Anthony L. Cimaglia born May 3, 1943 entered into eternal life on July 22, 2021. He leaves his loving and devoted wife Judith D. Cimaglia. They were married for twenty six years. He also leaves a step-son, Dennis F. Conte Jr. and two step-grand daughters, Skye and Zoe Conte from Cranston, R.I., and his precious little girl Penelope.
He served in the Army Special Forces for twenty one years with Honorable Discharge as Sargent Major. He also worked for McLean Trucking Co. for seventeen years.
Anthony became a Deacon in the Episcopal Church of Rhode Island and volunteered ten years as Chaplin at the R.I. Adult Correctional
Institution, and very proud to have a few inmates go out on work release. He was also a Eucharistic Minister at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Naples, Fl.
He had many skills that kept him busy and occupied. He enjoyed doing auto mechanics, electrical and carpentry jobs. He used all those skills for many years volunteering with other God’s gardener parishioners of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Naples, Fl.
While living in Rhode Island, Anthony loved being on his boat fishing, that was his most enjoyable hobby. Camping in his RV was another hobby he and his wife enjoyed. When he moved to Florida, he also enjoyed riding his Harley with his group of friends from his Riviera Golf Estates Community. He also was a member of the Riviera Golf Estates men’s club.
He and his wife decided to leave Rhode Island in 2001 and made their permanent residence in Naples, Florida.
His family will have a Memorial Service on Saturday, September 4, 2021, at 11:00am at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 3901 Davis Blvd. Naples, Fl. 34104. Family and friends are invited for a luncheon after the Memorial Mass at St. Paul’s Trinity Hall.
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