June 30, 1957 – June 29, 2022 (age 64)
Milford, PA – Formerly of Newburgh, NY
Anthony R. Siltz of Milford, PA, formerly of Newburgh, NY, entered into rest on June 29, 2022, at Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice in Newton, NJ. He was 64. Son of the late Nancy (VanDuzer) Siltz and Leo Siltz, Jr., he was born on June 30, 1957, in Newburgh, NY.
Anthony (Tony) was the proud owner of Tony’s Lawn Service of Newburgh, NY and was a long time resident of Pennsylvania. He ended his career working for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
He enjoyed afternoons watching baseball with his father. Tony was very close to both of his parents. He loved dogs and was almost never without a faithful companion. He was an avid Harley Davidson fan. He also considered himself one of the biggest fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers football team. Most importantly, he enjoyed spending time with his family and if you had the pleasure of knowing him, then you knew how much he enjoyed making others laugh.
Anthony is survived by his children, Tara (Greg) Bello, Danielle Siltz, Ashley (Mauro) Sanchez, and Toni-Marie Siltz (partner Francis Caceres), his grandchildren Jesse & Gianna Bello, Dylan & Elena Sanchez, and Olivia Caceres, sister Donna (Gerald) Giametta, brother Thomas Siltz, several nieces and nephews, and last but certainly not least, his constant companion and beloved dog Caesar. In addition to his parents and grandparents, he was predeceased by his infant brother, Mark, and his aunt Beverly MacEntee.
Visitation will be held from 11:30am to 1:00pm with a prayer service to begin at 1:00pm on Friday, July 8, 2022 at Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Avenue, Newburgh. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery, 5468 Rt 9W, Newburgh.
The family would like to thank all who cared for Anthony – his caregiver Ashley Pirl, the staff of Newton Medical Center, and especially the care he received at the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice facility. A very special thank you to his wonderful neighbor and friend Pete Doncourt. We want you to know that we truly appreciate your friendship and all you did for him.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Karen Ann Quinlan Hospice. https://karenannquinlanhospice.org