Anthony J. Campanaro, 46, of Utica passed away on Sunday, May 31, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
Anthony was born in New Hartford on September 11, 1973, a son of Joseph Campanaro and the late June (Iannone) Campanaro. Anthony was a 1992 graduate of Notre Dame High School and later graduated from the LeCordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Orlando, FL. For several years he worked for the City of Utica and then later at Walt Disney World in Florida. Anthony was a member of Our Lady of the Rosary Church, New Hartford. In his spare time, he enjoyed cooking, bowling, electronic gaming, reading, writing poetry, watching professional wrestling, and was a big Ohio State football fan.
Anthony is survived by his father, Joseph Campanaro; a daughter, Megan Everitt, Utica; a granddaughter, Sofia Rose; two brothers, Donald (Kathleen) Campanaro, Canastota and Robert (Theresa) Campanaro, Piscataway, NJ; a sister, Lorraine (Dale) Czeck, Whitesboro; nieces and nephews, Matthew Campanaro, Caitlin (Jamie) Boylan, Daniel (Paige Talbot) Campanaro, Michael (Megan) Campanaro, nephew and godson, James (Samantha) Campanaro, Alexandra Campanaro, Robert Czeck, nephew and godson, Joseph Czeck, and Steven Czeck; godmother, Carolyn Iannone; godson, Jordan Everett; goddaughter, Riley Czeck, special friends Melissa and Lindsay Everitt, Jerry Santy and canine companion Pepper.
In keeping with the directives of New York State and the CDC there are no public services. A public celebration of Anthony’s life will be held at a later time.
Those so wishing may make donations to Mother Angelica, St. Jude Children’s Hospital or have Masses said at Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Anthony’s memory.
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