Anthony James Romandetti

anthony romandetti
Anthony James Romandetti, age 69, of Hamden, passed away February 4, 2018 at his home. Born in New Haven on June 1, 1948 he was a son of the late Anthony John Romandetti & Helen (Jamilkowski) Romandetti. Anthony is survived by his daughters, Karen R. Bogrette & her husband Michael of Hamden and Kimie Romandetti of West Chester, PA; his son Robert Romandetti & his wife Tina of Hamden; grandchildren Tyler Bogrette & Gianna Romandetti; his wife Frances (Butler) Romandetti of West Chester, PA; sister Anita Petrarca & her husband Donald of Branford; brother Alan Romandetti of Hamden and longtime friend Michael McFarland & Ruth of Rio Chico, Ecuador. Anthony was a retired Regional Manager of Human Resources of Marshall Stores. He was a resident of West Chester, PA for over 30 years, moving back to Hamden 7 years ago. Anthony was a member of the Hamden Elks Lodge #2224. He was a man that enjoyed his bocce games, card playing and Blackjack. Friends may visit with his family at BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden on Thursday, Feb. 8th, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. His prayer Service will begin at 11:00 AM followed by his interment in All Saints Cemetery, North Haven. Contributions in Anthony’s memory may be made to the Elks Lodge # 2224, 175 School St, Hamden, CT 06518.

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  1. I was part of Tony’s Marshall’s family for over 30 years. We worked hard but we played just as hard. Tony will always be remembered in Region 21. Deepest heartfelt condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  2. I so wish I could have made it to Conn. with Michael . Tony was a .one of a kind. man and I will miss him dearly. My love and support to the family. Although Tony never physically made it to Ecuador, I feel his presence in every ocean breeze, Keep the slot machines hot for me until we meet again…….Ruthie

  3. Rob- My heart breaks for you, Tina and Gianna. I wish there was something I could do to ease your pain. On behalf of me, my sons Mark and Matt, I offer you and your family our deepest condolences. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. I am so sad to learn of Tony’s death. He was my boss at Marshalls Regional Office many years ago. I have fond memories of his good nature and great spirit. No matter what practical joke we played on him, he took it with good humor. (And there were a lot of practical jokes played!) He was generous with his knowledge and time, and dedicated to his job. We’ve kept in touch over the years, laughing and reminiscing, and I will miss him very much.

  5. Dear Karen and family. So very sorry to hear about your Dads passing. I know what a big part of your family he was and how happy you were when he moved back to Hamden. Sending prayers and love to you all. May your beautiful memories help you through the difficult days ahead. Barb Nelson and family

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