Anthony GUERRA, Age 95. Beloved husband of the late Victoria L. (nee Bednarski). Dearest father of Tony, Leonard (Sandy), Cynthia Raskin (Todd), Allen (Lisa), Phyllis Sabatka, and Brian (Chris). Dear grandfather of Kathleen, Wellyem, Philip (Christi), Kevin, Annette, Laura, Lindsay, Crista (Jason), Julie, Mark, Matthew, Anthony and Abigail. Loving great-grandfather of 8 and great-great grandfather of 1.
Memorial service Saturday, January 7 at 12:00 noon at THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (BETWEEN RIDGE AND SNOW), PRECEDED BY VISITATION BEGINNING AT 10:00 a.m. UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE.
If desired, in lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Mt. Alverna Village, 6765 State Rd., Parma, Oh 44134.
Messages of Condolence
I feel blessed to have had my Dad on this earth for 95 years. My children and I will miss him very much but take comfort in knowing he is in heaven and gets to meet Jesus.
He is also with our Mom, his beloved Victoria. They are probably ballroom dancing to Glenn Miller then maybe a quick Polka or 2!!
Rest in peace together Mom and Dad – we love you and will always keep you close in our hearts.
Dear Phyllis and Family,
Sorry to hear about your Dad.
Thinking of you and your Family.
Pat, Chris, Taryn, Corey and Shay Elliott
To all the Guerra family:
Please accept my deepest sympathy. We had allot of fun over the years and Vicky & Tony definitely were part of those good times.
Tony was lucky enough to be reletively healthy most of his 95 years here. I think he wanted to see one more Browns championship. He definitely loved watching his football. I’m afraid none of us will ever get to see any championship from the Browns. Tony was blessed to see the one and only.
May you all find comfort in knowing, for sure, Vicky & Tony are together in peace with our Lord.
Peace to all of you.
I remember going over Grandma and Grandpa’s house watching Young and the Restless, Judge Judy, and Grandpa would watch the Browns…he loved the Browns. I remember I would hang out with Grandpa in the basement where he worked while Grandma was making dinner in the kitchen. I remember playing cards with Grandma while Grandpa was reading the newspaper and clipping coupons.
I have so many memories with both my Grandparents and I am very thankful and Blessed to have spent as much time as I did with them. I will never forget them or our memories and I’m glad I was able to visit with Grandpa while I came home over Christmas.
I’ll miss you Grandpa, but like mom said, you’re home now in Heaven with your beloved wife, Victoria. Buzz and Vick, we miss you and love you.
I am sorry I could not make it to your Dad’s wake on Saturday. My Mother-In-Law fell and broke her hip on Friday, so it was difficult to find my way out to Parma.
Please accept this email as my deapest condolences on the death of your Father.
Al and Family,
I am so sorry to find out late that your father passed on. My deepest symphaty goes to you!
May the Good Lord Bless all of You!
Dee and mom