Anthony "Tony" D'Agostino

In the early morning hours of November 15th, Anthony “Tony” D’Agostino, 69, passed peacefully at home.  He left so many behind that loved him and will miss his greetings of “God Bless all in this House,” western movies and stories of his love of all things John Wayne and Notre Dame. Left to say goodbye and mourn his loss are his wife, Deborah Roebuck D’Agostino, daughter DeAnna D’Agostino Keck, daughter Andrea D’Agostino, son Dustin D’Agostino and his sisters, Toni Gilhooley and Rosanne Ferry, 10 grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
 
As a young man, Tony served in the Marine Corp and later was a member of the Marine Corp League. Tony worked as a train engineer for Norfolk Southern and retired after 35 years of service.  He was also a member of the NRA, Hunters & Anglers and during this time of the year, enjoyed a trip to the mountains to go hunting with family and friends.  Tony also came to join the Capitol City Lodge 272, Sons and Daughters of Italy, enjoying learning more about his Italian heritage. This year he joined the newly organized Bocce League and was team captain. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus,Fr. Vincent R. Capodanno Assembly where he attained his Fourth Degree.
 
Arrangements will be made by our friend Mario Billow at Daily Funeral Home. Services will be held Tuesday, November 21, starting with a viewing at 10am followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11am at Holy Name of Jesus Church in Lower Paxton Township.  Interment to be held in private at a later time.  In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Anthony’s name to PA Wounded Warriors 1117 Country Club Rd. Camp Hill PA 17011.

The Dailey Funeral Home is honored to serve the D'Agostino family.

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Toni Gilhooley and family. Tom and I are so sorry to learn of the loss of your beloved brother. Please accept our condolences at this very sad time. May Anthony be in the joyful and loving presence of our GOD and savior. If there is anything we can do to ease your burden, please don't hesitate to ask. Our thoughts are with you.

Carol wong
Harrisburg. PA.

Tony was good man. I worked with him many times on the railroad.
With deepest sympathy,
RK Englush

RK English
Lewisberry, PA

My deepest condolences for your loss of Anthony. I worked with Anthony and always enjoyed his humor. Anthony was a great person to have as a friend. I am so fortunate to have known him. If there is anything you need please let me know.

Brad Seltzer

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

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