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Paul harvey (pahx2420@comcast.net):
I had the pleasure of not only being a student of mr. Richardi but knowing him after I graduated when I used to work at Fasano's catering, I saw him quite often. truly one of the nicest guys who ever stepped onto this planet. A cliche but totally deserved !
 
Kelly Dudley (Kellyjd864@gmail.com ):
My heart goes out to the Richardi family, Anthony Richardi will be missed beyond words by his family and friends. Betty,Stephen, John, Cheryl, Debbie, John Ryan, Carly, Brandon, Jackie, Anthony, Cody, Marie (ReeRee) & family, Lorraine and family. Your all in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. Anthony was one of a kind with a heart of gold who touched all who knew him lives. May he rest in Peace. I hope you all find comfort in the many wonderful memories you all have with Anthony (Pappa).
 
Bobby Dyer (rcdjr101350@gmail.com):
Coach Richardi was my Coach and Friend for many years. We worked together at the Braintree Water Department.My Condolences to My Firefighter Brother John and His Family. May He Rest In Peace. Prayers.
 
Jay (Jasonw_1982@yahoo.com):
I had Mr Richardi for a gym teacher one year. After seeing how badly the other kids in class bullied and tormented me for my lack of knowing how to play team sports well, he took me under his wing and and gave me protection from the harassment for the rest of the year. A truly stand up man that did me a huge favor as an awkward teenager. Something Iíll never forget. I can only imagine the other lives he must have left such an impact on. My sincerest condolences.
 
Susan Picillo and Gus Lawlor (sepaal2000@yahoo.com):
Our hearts are heavy with the loss of our cousin Anthony. His often quiet and gentle spirit was always highlighted by his twinkling eyes and wry smile. For many years, he made a great Santa on Christmas Eve and it was rare to see him without Betty by his side. It is time to rest, sweet man...you will be deeply missed.

With full hearts,
Cousins Susan Picillo and Gus Lawlor
 
Bob Schrader (Rlsss@aol.com):
RIP Anthony. I so remember you from our BHS football team in 1956/58. You were truly a star. I learned a lot from you as you took me under your wing. You were a great but quiet guy. Always humble and quiet demeanor but fun to be around. Loved going to your families sub shop wher I found the best sub sandwiches Iíve ever had bar none. You and Lenny always took care of me.
 
Ron Frazier (ronfrazier@hotmaidl.com):
Dear Betty, We were shocked and most saddened to hear of Anthony's passing, as we expected to see you, as usual, at the Diner tonight. Our deepest condolences on this so sudden loss. Our thoughts and prayers are sincerely with you.
Ron and Mary
 
Judith STARR (judistarr38@gmail.com):
So sorry to hear this. Just saw him at the bank. My heart and prayers go out to all his family. God Bless. Love,
 
Cynthia Sanford (klsylady@gmail.com):
I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember watching him coach and could tell he loved his job. Please accept my sincere condolences.🙏🙏🙏
 
Marilyn L Hingston (marilynlh@comcast.net):
Dearest Betty I am so very sorry for this loss to you and your family. Please know you are in my prayers for ease of the pain in your heart.
 
Paul and Anne Picillo (Pauljpicillo@gmail.com):
Dear cousin we miss you already. Our thoughts and prayers to Betty and the entire Richardi family.
 
Steve DEThomaso (iliveinlargoflorida@hotmail.com):
Richardi Family - Im so very sorry to hear of Anthonys passing, Kristin and I will say a prayer for him...
 
Bill Curran  
My condolences to you John and the entire Richardi Family
 
Edwin C. Beck (ebeckbest@gmail.com):
Betty and family, I remember Tony best as my wrestling coach and you guys being very close friends of my family for many years. I know dad will miss Tony and his sense of humor. I'll always remember him as coach and Mr. Richardi. He will be missed. Our condolences to you and your family.
 
Susan Beck Molloy (bitterfly1955@gmail.com):
I have just learned of Tony's passing and am so very sorry. He was such a big part of my life as a kid growing up. He was a good friend to my parents and will be missed. My deepest sympathies to the whole family.
 
Vikki Beck (vikkibeck1956@gmail.com):
Dear Betty and family,my sincerest sympathies for the loss of your beloved. I will always remember Tony as kind and smiling. I have fond memories of football review night at our house. I would sneek down the stairs and sit and watch and listen. I will remember Tony from family gatherings but most of all his sincere friendship to my father. Peace and love to you and yours. Vikki Beck
 
Dorothea Jam (Hyskore@yahoo.com):
Iím so sorry to hear about Ant passing. Iíll be praying for all of you during these difficult times.
 
John Carlson (jcdawg91@aol.com):
My deepest condolences to the Richardi family on their loss. Mr. Richardi was a kind soul and great phys Ed teacher as well as my football coach for 4 years. My memories of high school are positively enhanced by remembering his leadership, direction and kindness. May God bless his family and his legacy.
 
Frank Dayton BHS 64 (guamfrank@yahoo.com):
He was my favorite coach. He was good to me a day helped me immensely.
 



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