Ceasar T. Anquillare
December 29, 1927 ~ May 23, 2016
Ceasar Theodore Anquillare, 88, husband of the late Louise Cortese Anquillare, passed away at Avery Heights on May 23, 2016 after a long illness. Born a fourth generation descendant in New Haven on December 29, 1927 to the late Theodore & Antoinette Buonocore Anquillare. Ceasar will be remembered by his sons, Dr. Joseph Anquillare & his wife Teresa of Newington, Ceasar Nicholas Anquillare JP of Woodbridge; grandchildren, Emma, Luisa, & Joseph Anquillare; dear companion, Ursula Michaelis of Monroe; brother, Louis Anquillare & his wife Rosemary of West Haven; sister-in-law, Isabelle Cortese of Milford. Predeceased by his sister, Marie Apuzzo and sister-in-law, Rina Cortese. Ceasar grew up in West Haven before moving to Orange where he has resided for the last 61 years. He was a graduate of Bentley University and New York University. He was the founder of his accounting firm located in West Haven. Ceasar was commended by the Connecticut Society of CPA's as one of the longest practitioners after being licensed for 60 years. In 1965, Ceasar traveled throughout the United States to assist with the enactment of Medicare then signed by President Lyndon Johnson. He served on various industry boards and committees to promote healthcare for the elderly, regardless of income. In his later years, Ceasar donated much of his professional time to small businesses, churches, and charity organizations in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands and the New Haven area. His family would like to thank the employees of Avery Heights in Hartford for their amazing care during Ceasar's time with them. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT-TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, West Haven, on Thursday, May 26th at 9:15 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial to be Celebrated in Holy Infant Church at 10:00 a.m. followed by interment in St. Lawrence Mausoleum. Friends may visit with the family on Wednesday evening from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the funeral home. Contributions in Ceasar's memory be sent to the American Cancer Society, 38 Richards Ave., Norwalk 06854.
My condolences to the family of Mr.Anquillare. Our Lord & Savior Christ Jesus promised at John 5:28,29 that there will be a resurrection of the dead back to life here on a beautiful paradise earth Psalms 37:10,11 where there will be no more, tears, pain, sickness, or death. Revelation 21:3,4. My sympathy & prayers are with his family. J.Smith
Ceasar was a man of faith, love and strength.
In Heaven, the Angels know Ceasar from his work on Earth.
Ceasar took the road less travelled frought with risk and reward.
Ceasar was not like other men. Baptised by fire at an early age, Ceasar learned the way of the world and never looked back.
I know he was hurt when he lost the mother of his sons.
Till very late in life, he suffered the truth, of being alone. While other men sought comfort in ways that men will do, Ceasar fought on and choose ro commit his suffering to God.. to those in need..and always in silence.
Ceasar was always sharing with those who came for help.
If there was battle, Ceasar would not apologize and be first in fight.
There is no greater love of man, than the sacrifice of one’s life to those in need…espeecially …when you are in true need yourself.
Ceasar was King, a Man, and a true friend to those who walked not in front or behind..but beside.
Ceasar taught me Joshua 1:9
I thank my God for having known Ceasar and for being in the presence of his ‘Anquillare’ name With Ceasar Anquillare, you had his trust and fidelis.
Ceasar Anquillare …a true son of his community, his Roman Catholic Church and his family of stength and honor..
What more could a ‘Son of Rome’ ever be. Ceasar Anquillare is ‘Son of Rome’.
The Angels welcome their own.
Ceasar …please remember the ‘Sons of Rome’ and the pride of West Haven…
Ceasar …man for all times.
See you on the bacci court.
God Hear Our Prayer.
Dear Ceasar and Joseph – our hearts are so heavy as we have just learned of your father’s passing. He was a wonderful man and will be truly missed. May you find some comfort in knowing that you and your families are in our thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy, your loving cousin, Terry Greco Nash & John Giovannucci