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Antonio O. Urciuolo, Sr.

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“RIP Uncle Muzzy....... ”
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“Dear Entire Urciulo Family and Auntie VeraIt was very sad to learn that Muzzy had passed away. Thank you for letting us know, Auntie Vera.I always...Read More »
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“Miss you too much already Daddy ”
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Antonio was born on November 10, 1923 and passed away on Friday, August 23, 2019.

Antonio was a resident of Massachusetts at the time of passing.

He left high school to enlist in the U.S. Army in 1942 where he served proudly during World War 2. For his service he was recognized with numerous awards including the Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medal for meritorious achievement in ground combat in the European-Africa-Middle Eastern Theater of Operations as a member of the 28th Infantry Division.

Followed by a funeral mass in St Luke Church 132 Lexington Street Belmont at 10:30 Am. Interment St Patrick Cemetery, Watertown.

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