After spending 2 months in Florida with the Mets for the MLB Spring Training Session, rather than coming home to a slower pace with his family, he was diagnosed with COVID-19 shortly thereafter. After days of struggling, he was hospitalized. Anthony was a fighter, he kicked ass, and did his very best, but after after weeks of intubation, he lost the fight.
Anthony was a longtime Photographer for The Post, whose photography of American sports brought joy to every reader. But Anthony knew when he took up a career in photography, his family and friend's would harass him for the good stuff. Anthony ALWAYS had his camera with him, capturing moments, photobombing pictures, and making everyone around him laugh. He had a heart of ACTUAL GOLD. The irony of his life long photography career, is that moments like this is what these photos are all about. So years later, family and friends can look at his gorgeous pictures and cry, smile, laugh, and appreciate the memories. Because at the end of the day, memories are all we have.
Anthony has the most incredible family and friends. He leaves behind his wife Romina, his son John, and Daughter Mia. He leaves behind Parents, John and Lucille, and Sisters Diana and Maria, and SO much more family. The term "friends" is a loose term because every "friend" of Anthony became Family.
This GoFundMe page is to alleviate some of the financial pressure during this time of mourning. Any donations will help, as this family needs to focus on healing, praying, and celebrating his beautiful life.
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