Anthony Fecco

Obituary of Anthony Thomas Fecco

Anthony “Tony” Fecco, 93, of Syracuse NY was called to eternal rest on Christmas morning.

Tony was an Army veteran, cement mason, father, grandfather, and devoted husband of 73 years to his wife Beverly Fecco.

During their time together they raised a family, built a business, and cherished their Winters together in Florida for decades.

Tony served in the United States Army from 1948-1954, most of the time at Fort Richardson Army Base in Alaska.

In most recent years their love was tested by illness, and Beverly was the backbone to Tony. For 6 years he depended on her for all his care, food, and entertainment. This only strengthened their bond. Neither one complained how their lives were changed. They accepted it and were happy to still be alive together. Much love, care and support provided as needed by daughter Mary and son Glenn.

Upon entering their house, you would always see a smiling pleasant face, a sweet voice with a nice greeting, and a song when prompted.

Tony loved music and played the accordion for many years whilst sitting around a campfire.

During his years he participated in many bands in Florida and Syracuse. He even started taking piano lessons in his 80’s at OCC! He loved camping, golfing, fishing, horse shoes, and a cold beer.

Tony is survived by his wife Beverly, sons Andrew, James, David, Glenn and spouse Jennifer, and daughter Mary and spouse Joe, along with many grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is predeceased by son Patrick.

May they rest in peace.

Family plans to announce a Graveside service in the Spring, at Onondaga Valley Cemetery.

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