September 22, 1929 ~ November 8, 2020

Born in: Trinidad, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Anthony Joseph Cassio, 91, passed away at home Nov. 8, 2020, surrounded by his family. Anthony was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was a true leader and would do anything for his family and friends. He was dedicated to supporting the Shrine of St. Therese through many volunteer positions over the years and was a committed member of the Order of the Knights of Columbus. Preceded in death by his wife, Joyce; and brothers, Joseph and Charles. Survived by his five children, Cherri Cassio, Beth Worthington, Cathy (Randy) Mondragon, Mary (Donnie) Cassio-Hall, Michael (Paula) Cassio; grandchildren, Michael (Amy) and Aiman Worthington, Carter and Jessie Salas, Davis, Emily and Chloe Cassio and Jason Mondragon; as well as his dedicated caretakers, Deana and Darlene. Celebration of Life to be held in 2021. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Dear Family of Tony Cassio,
    My deepest sympathy for the loss of Tony. He was a wonderful person, friendly, caring and a little witty. He was a wonderful neighbor and I remember many good times with all of you. Losing a parent is so difficult . He is at peace and I’m sure he is enjoying fun times with all the neighbors who have passed before him. He was a good, God fearing, God loving man. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during these difficult times.

    ~Judy (Jesik) Chandler

  2. Our condolences on the passing of your dad. The three of us have great memories of Tony. I remember growing up with your loving family as my neighbors, your dad always busy around the yard to keep it beautiful. Mike enjoyed visiting outside with Tony. Amanda’s childhood years are full of good memories. Every time she was at my mom’s, she had to go over to say hi to him. He was always patient with her and let her up on his boat. She thought the world of him. When my mom lived alone, your dad and mom always looked out for her. It was reassuring knowing that she had such caring friends right next door.

    It’s difficult to lose both your parents little more than a year apart, but now your dad is with your mom.

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