May 19, 2021
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May 14, 2021
Russo, Anthony J., passed away on May 14, 2021, in Manhattan. He is the son of the late Joseph and Lena (Riccidone) Russo. Anthony was a lifelong resident of Lower Manhattan and was employed as an insurance broker throughout his career. He is survived by his sister, Camille Russo of Manhattan; and predeceased by his siblings, Delores Russo and Salvatore Russo. Loved by his devoted cousin, Raymond Battaglino and family.
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May Anthony Rest In Peace. I'm so sorry that I didn't know about the services. He was such a sweet, caring person and friend to many. God Bless him
Anthony was such a loving, caring man who loved his family deeply. Rest in peace my cousin.
Tony was a remarkable man. I will always remember his kindness, curiosity, affectionate nature, and above all his deeply spiritual devotion. We shared a love of Centering Prayer and praying in silence with Tony was a a profound joy. I will miss him, until we meet again.
Anthony was a good man, compassionate, caring. Rest In Peace cousin.
Very saddened to learn of Anthony Russo's passing. I was fortunate enough to know Anthony as a fellow Board Member and a neighbor. It is unusual to meet a person with uncompromising integrity in New York City. Deepest condolences to Camille and the Russo family. R.I.P. Robin Warshay
I was lucky to have called Anthony a friend. He was the most principled, kind, and thoughtful person I have known. I will miss him.
Anthony was a class act and a great person. I was glad to call him my friend. I will miss him. May he Rest in God's peace.
Tony was a great friend, colleague and neighbor. He will be seriously missed by all of us who had the privilege of knowing him and calling him friend, colleague and neighbor. Rest In Peace,my friend.
My deepest condolences and always in our prayers. The Laspada Fsmily