Anthony Soscia

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Grandpa you would be 101 today. Miss you, love you, still can't believe you are gone. Thinking of you today. Love, Jason

Posted by: Jason Soscia    Mar 25, 2018

just heard from a realtion to Sal my ex husband Dad spent lots of times with Tony and his anna and sals anna with my husband Anthony I always stop to visit him at the home my husband and Sal built and when ever I could get by Roberts God Bless he had a long life Marilyn SoScia

Posted by: marilyn soscia - warwick, RI   Feb 20, 2018

So sorry for your loss. He was a very sweet uncle. When I look at the arborvitaes, from him, in my back yard, I think of both him and auntie. Sorry I missed the services.

Posted by: Maria McKay - Cranston, RI   Jan 15, 2018

Dad: You would say to us "every day is a bonus" and then recently you would say "better days are coming." You were so correct as you are with Mom who has been patiently waiting for you for almost 21 years and are now with your beloved parents and all of your 10 siblings. Most importantly, though, you are with our Lord.

Posted by: Ron and Ann Soscia - Warren, RI   Jan 12, 2018

Kathy I know how close you were to your father and how much you mourn his passing. You were so blessed to have him for so many years. You must have so many wonderful memories!May God grant you and your family consolation.Mary ASnn Angelone

Posted by: A friend   Jan 11, 2018

Goodbye Grandpa, we will miss you dearly. You would always say "this is the last of the corn" at the end of your Fall harvest. Now I will say it to you. You were "the last of the corn", of your generation in our family, and the end of an era. You were a great, great man all around. You were loving, giving, helpful to others, a hard worker, and always young at heart. You definitely lived the good life.

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Posted by: Matt Soscia - Wayland, MA   Jan 10, 2018

So sorry on the passing of your dad; he was an extraordinary man, devout in his faith, dedicated to his family, humble, hardworking, and loved his land. May he Rest In Peace with your mom and brothers and sisters.
June & Don

Posted by: June Champagne - Johnston, RI   Jan 10, 2018