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Anthony Cusma

Anthony Cusma

December 17th, 1924 March 28th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Anthony E. Cusma

Anthony (T.C.) Cusma, 95 passed away peacefully at his home on March 28, 2020 with his loving family by his side. He joins his beloved wife, Loretta, whom he married on May 4 at Assumption Church in Tuckahoe.

He was born December 17, 1924 in West Virginia to the late Salvatore and Fedora Cusma. Tony proudly served with the 10th Mountain Division in World War II. He was an Eastchester police officer, and later served as Director of Eastchester Auxiliary Police.

He was a devoted father to Francis, Debra (Joseph) Heckman, Paul (Toni-Ann), Susan, Valerie (Chris) Stathis, and the late Mary Cusma. Cherished grandfather of Amber, Osmar, Lindsey, Ashleigh, Matthew, Anthony, Nicholas, Angelica, Anthony C., Alex, Jake and Alyssa; great-grandfather/Pop-Pop of Cara, Lucas, Isabella, Riley, and Leila; brother in law of Nicholas DeLucia and uncle of numerous nieces and nephews.

Tony lived his life dedicated to his faith in God, his love of family and service to others. He will always be remembered by those whose lives he touched.

Due to the present situation we are unable to have a traditional funeral. We thank all those who would have wanted to pay their respects. A memorial service will be held at a later date to honor his life.
Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (NY). Online condolences can be given at www.westchesterfuneralhome.com.

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    Holy Mount Cemetery
    Cemetery Lane
    Eastchester, New York
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Dina Gorman

Rest in peace Mr Cusma
Love Dina and Bill
Comment | Posted at 10:51pm via Condolence
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Jerold Altaha

On behalf of my father, Thomas Altaha Jr., and the entire Altaha Family of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona, I’d like to express our sincerest condolence to Tony’s family. We send our love and prayers to you during this difficult time. It was truly an honor to have Tony in our lives. He was an honorary member of our family; a dear friend of my late grandfather. He will always be honored and remembered by our family; a great warrior; a remarkable man. Farewell and Godspeed! Bike’go hidaa’n nowhiya gozho’ do’leł (God bless you all - in Apache)
Comment | Posted at 12:44am via Condolence

Maria DeCecco

To such a kind and sweet man . Always had a smile and kind words for, for everyone, he saw . Tony, It's now our time to pay our respects to you. You were one of a kind. There were not many like you. We'll miss you. ...Rest in peace, Maria Fusco DeCecco
Comment | Posted at 02:19pm via Condolence
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D Pomponio

Condolences from Dino & Merridy Pomponio
Worked very often with Tony at Assumption Church and memorial day parades, Holy Name Frolics and Assumption School.Will miss him. Great person and now with his beloved Loretta. Rest in peace Tony Dino & Merridy Pomponio
Comment | Posted at 11:04am via Condolence
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