Anthony Tripicchio, of White Plains and Mamaroneck, passed away surrounded by family on February 19, 2023, at age 63. He was born May 22, 1959 to Antonio & Maria Sara (nee Gualano) Tripicchio. Anthony attended Mercy College where he earned his bachelor’s degree and went on to become the owner and operator of Anthony Tripicchio Landscaping. A car enthusiast, he loved to drive and collect cars and always enjoyed being at a car show. But his greatest love was for his family with whom he cherished the time spent together. Anthony is survived by his cherished children, Anthony Tripicchio Jr. & Lisa Zamonsky (Corey) and dear grandson, Brody Zamonsky. He is also survived by his fiancée, Sue Cataldo and loving siblings, Lena Smolon, Jeanette Mirabile (Saverio) and John Tripicchio along with many nephews, nieces, cousins, and good friends. Memorial contributions can be sent to The American Stroke Association https://www.stroke.org/en/
Giuseppe Stufano, of Mamaroneck, passed away February 15, 2023, at age 82. He was born May 16, 1940 in Giovinazzo, Bari, Italy to Vincenzo & Lucrezia Stufano. Giuseppe was the proprietor of Valley Forge Iron Works in Yonkers. He is remembered for being a talented gardener, growing his tomatoes and tending to his fig trees. He enjoyed a good meal, especially a lobster dinner. In earlier years, he would love to take his children to fish at Glenn Island. Giuseppe had a passion for soccer and would love to watch the RAI channel and connect to his Italian heritage along with being a member of several Italian/American Clubs. He is predeceased by his wife, Giuseppina Stufano as well as his son, Vincent Stufano. Giuseppe leaves behind his cherished daughters, Lucrezia Stufano and Maria Riccardi (Frank) and loving grandchildren, Alessia Jankowski, Angelo Jankowski, Andrew Stufano, Frank Riccardi, Joseph Riccardi and his dear companion, Franca Di Maula. He is also the dear brother of Nicoletta Stufano and the late, Michele Stufano, Pasquale Stufano, Fedele Stufano, Tommaso Stufano, Maria DePalo, and Grazia Amoia. Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family requests to have a Mass said in Giuseppe’s honor or friends who wish may contribute to the: Padre Pio Foundation of America, 423 Main Street, Cromwell, CT 06416.