Anthony R. Loiacono

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Anthony R. Loiacono

January 27, 1946 - July 07, 2018

Haverhill - Anthony R. Loiacono 72, of Haverhill, passed away Saturday, July 7, 2018, at his residence, surrounded by his loving family.
Anthony was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on January 27, 1946, to the late Luigi and Angela (Spinello) Loiacono.
He was a graduate of Tenney High School, class of 1963, graduated from Franklin Institute with a degree in Engineering, and received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Merrimack College.
Anthony was a U.S. veteran, having served his country in the U.S. Marines Corp.
He was employed as operations manager for the Law Offices of Anthony R. Di Fruscia until his retirement.
He enjoyed golfing, travel, and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Anthony was a member of the Knights Of Columbus having raised to his 3rd Degree in Methuen, and his 4th Degree in Salem, N.H.
He is survived by his loving wife of 51 years, Beverly (DeQuattro) Loiacono of Haverhill; his daughter, Karen (Loiacono) Bona and her husband John of Haverhill; and his son Anthony and his wife Kara of Salem, N.H. Also, among his survivors are his grandchildren, Tori Mitchell, Gianna Rosenau, Anthony Loiacono, Andria Loiacono, Isabella Rosenau, and Christopher Bona; as well as his sister Carmela Mancini of Methuen; and several nieces and nephews.




A funeral Mass will be offered on Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Corpus Christi Parish at Holy Rosary Church. Burial will follow in Elmwood Cemetery in Methuen, Mass.
Family and friends may call on Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m., at Cataudella Funeral Home, 126 Pleasant Valley St., Methuen, MA.
For directions, or to offer online condolences, please visit www.cataudellafh.com.
Published on July 9, 2018
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