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Anthony Salvatore Romano

Anthony Salvatore Romano passed away peacefully in his home with loved ones Wednesday morning. He was 62. Tony was born in Randazzo, Sicily to Salvatore and Elvira Romano and spent most of his life in Bristol. He wa predeceased by his son Anthony Romano Jr, and is survived by his wife Helen (Lynch), his sister Anna DiStefano (Anthony), daughter Kathleen Lochel (Rob), grandchildren Nicholas, Madison and Vincent Lochel, Brianna and Mia Romano and Aly Gater.

Tony attended Bishop Egan and graduated from Bristol High Class of 1974. His early career was spent at Purex Corporation, and then later at Rohm & Haas and Dow Chemical, where he spent the past 33 years.  Although his official title was Operator, he was also a confidant, mentor, cook, gracious host and trusted friend. He will be truly missed by all who were fortunate to work with him.

Tony (TR, Rocket, The Brain) wore a warm smile on his face and his heart on his sleeve.  He enjoyed talking with everyone.  A trip to the corner WAWA would take well over an hour.  His pantry was always stocked with canned tomatoes and pasta bought in bulk.  He just could not pass up a good sale.   His greatest joy in life was sharing a delicious meal with family and friends.  If you knew Tony you more than likely knew his fried peppers as well.  His stories and words of wisdom will be missed by many.   Through his life, Tony taught us all that in kindness and generosity comes real strength.

Family and friends are invited at attend his viewing from 9:00 to 10:45am on Monday, April 9, 2018 at the Wade Funeral Home, 1002 Radcliffe Street, Bristol Borough,  followed by his Funeral Mass, 11:00am at St. Mark Church.  Interment will be held privately,  Donations may be made to or St Mark Church, 1025 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pa  19007.