Anthony P. Visconti

Anthony P. Visconti

Anthony P. Visconti, 79 of Moon Twp., passed away on Monday, September 19, 2022.  He was born in Pittsburgh, PA on April 22, 1943 the son of the late Anthony R. & Loretta Visconti.  He retired from Moon Area School District as head custodian at J.H. Brooks Elementary School. He loved riding his Harley motorcycle. 

He is survived by his beloved wife Karen Visconti; 4 children: Tina (Lance) Sinclair, Moon Twp., Lisa (Skipp) Cook, VA, Mark Visconti, VA, and Amber (Chad) Szulc, Greensburg; 10 grandchildren: Joshua (Janna), John, Abbey, Ellen (Derek), Katie (Paul), Veronica, Sophia, Antonio, Kylie and Logan; two great grandchildren: Paisley and Rhett; and a sister Rose Stack.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister Louise Tomko.

Friends will be received on Monday, September 26, 2022 from 2~4pm and 6~8pm in the Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Moon Twp.

Private interment will take place in National Cemetery of the Alleghenies. 

12 thoughts on “Anthony P. Visconti

  1. It was with great sadness to hear of Anthony’s passing. He will always be remembered for being so friendly and welcoming to us. We pray that the Lord will provide comfort and peace to this loving family.

  2. I cannot fully express the sadness I felt in learning of Tony’s passing. I went to school with Rosie and have many good memories of time spent with Tony. They were both so friendly and outgoing and were well liked by everyone. Rosie, it’s hard to believe that your brother is gone. He was definitely one of the Shannon Good Guys. He will always be remembered. May God bless his family and bring them comfort. Joe Atchison and Family

  3. I am so very to hear of Tony’s passing. I have so many wonderful memories of teaching at Brooks, many of which include Tony. He was a wonderful person and I am honored to have called him my friend. Prayers for his family and all who will miss him.

  4. Well for 49 years he was my good friend and neighbor we worked together cut grass together and had a few beers too. He will be missed. Also he was a NAVY MAN.

  5. Karen I just heard of Tony’s passing. My heart goes out to you and your family. I lost my daughter Jessica a year ago and believe me I know the pain. Love Joni Tajc

  6. Belated as this message is, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I regret that I did not know Mr. Visconti. I only learned of him this morning after researching my baptism certificate and discovering his name on it. It turns out that Tony and my dad, Ray, were lifelong friends from childhood. On behalf of the Ferraro family, please accept our sincere condolences. If you ever wish to share stories about Tony, I would be honored to listen.

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