Obituary of Tony Joseph Librino
I+óGé¼Gäóm sorry, friends, that I can+óGé¼Gäót be with you here today
If you+óGé¼Gäóre all gathered reading this, it means I+óGé¼Gäóve passed away.
But if I were there I+óGé¼Gäód tell you not to shed a tear or frown.
If I were there I+óGé¼Gäód tell you I have no more pain or strife,
That I loved my friends, family and I had a wonderful life.
If I could be there with you, we+óGé¼Gäód laugh and share memories from our past,
And this gathering would be just one more tale, another story, not our last.
But today I can+óGé¼Gäót be with you, except in heart and memory stores.
So you+óGé¼Gäóll have to laugh and remember the past and all the good times
Tony was a rock, he was without a doubt the toughest man we’ve met to this day.
With a heart of gold he would do anything within his power to help a friend in need.
He was a provider, working long hours to make sure his family was taken care of.
He was loved by so many people and our memories we will cherish till our last days.
We haven’t had the quiet time to grieve yet so as this is written it all seems so surreal. We all miss gonna miss him and the way he would always make you laugh, the time he gave everyone and would talk to anyone. Just knowing he was there and now he’s not is such an empty feeling. When it’s too late you always wish you did more. His grandson was his world and I’m thankful he got to spend some time getting to know the lil man before he passed .
Surviving family, his mom Lillian Cocchiaro, his son Steven Librino, his grandson Aiden Librino, sister Robin Romine Neices, Samantha Ferguson, Jodi Lynn, and Danielle Brooks, his brother in law JD Brooks. He was preceded by his brother James Romine and his sister Renee Brooks.