Anthony DiDomenico

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Born: November 30, 1962

Died: August 19, 2012

Services: St.Thomas the Apostle RC Church Friday. August 24,2012 9:30AM

Visitation: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home Wednesday, August 22,2012 & Thursday, August 23,2012 2-4 & 7-9PM

Anthony DiDomenico, 49, of Peekskill, N.Y., a former Staten Islander, died Sunday at home.

Born in Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, L.I., Mr. DiDomenico moved with family to Westerleigh when he was 6-years old, then later on, moved to Prince's Bay.

Mr. DiDomenico had a great love for trucks, motorcycles and roller-coasters. He also enjoyed watching movies.

Mr. DiDomenico graduated from Richmondtown Preparatory School and the joined the U.S. Navy. During his service in the Navy, Mr. DiDomenico received several medals of honor. Mr. DiDomenico loved the traveling he experienced while in the service. He enjoyed Europe and found Egypt fascinating.

During his service, he participated in Operation Peace for Galilee and was stationed in Lebanon.

Mr. DiDomenico owned and operated several trucking companies, including Classic Trucking. He was employed at the Veterans Administration at the time of his death.

Mr. DiDomenico loved his family, had many friends and was remembered by many for his great sense of humor.

Surviving are his three sons, Anthony Jr., Louis and Nicholas; his mother, Janet; two brothers, Steven and Louis, and a sister, Debra.

The funeral will be Friday from the Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home, Tottenville, with a mass at 9:30 a.m. in St. Thomas the Apostle R.C. Church, Pleasant Plains. Entombment will follow in Resurrection Cemetery, also Pleasant Plains.

Cemetery: Resurrection Cemetery (Staten Island) (Map)

Location: Bedell-Pizzo Funeral Home (Map)

Church: St. Thomas The Apostle RC Church (Map)

Posted at: 9/22/2012 7:32:32 AM By:


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The one thing that's glaring to me was it loeokd like we played the exact same game we played against Rockford the previous meeting. For the most part, they kept us out of the neutral zone, they forced the puck outside and along the boards, and we did not adjust. They have played this type of game against us the whole year and we didn't seem to make any adjustments It also didn't seem like we started playing with any urgency until 4 or 5 minutes to go. With the way we are in the standings, we need to play a full 60 minutes with urgency, especially against a team that has held us to 4 goals combined in the previous 4 meetings.I'm now starting to look forward to these junior and college players who should be joining us soon. Perhaps they'll play with a bit more urgency?!?