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Anthony “Tony” Francis Stango

Date of Death: February 16, 2018
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Monday 2/19, 1:00 pm

Union Cemetery
323 North King Street
Leesburg, Virginia

Anthony “Tony” Francis Stango, 75, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Friday, February 16, 2018, at Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Stango was born in 1942, in Waterbury, Connecticut, the son of the late Matilda and Anthony Stango. He was a veteran having served in the Navy from 1962 – 1965, where he received his ATC training.Continue Reading

Chris Stamm PNS 1976-1981 left a message on September 20, 2018:
Rest In Peace with our maker!
Marcus DeSouza left a message on February 19, 2018:
Our hearts are broken. Anthony was a wonderful Father to us all, he was always smiling when we came around and quick to laugh at our silly jokes and goofy acts. He was always there when anyone needed him, no matter what. He had a quiet side to him, and was extremely patient with us all. Anthony, we love you and will miss you ever so much.
Tony Varda left a message on February 17, 2018:
Tony Stango and I are the best of friends. In fact he was the best friend I ever had. We were Air Traffic Controllers together since joining the FAA in 1967 and 1968. We finally ended up on the same crew in 1972. You rarely saw one of us without the other. We socialized together a lot. We always lent an ear to each other when needed. If you did, that person would say "Where's your wingman.?" We had a lot in common including the Redskins & ATC. I am sad and heartbroken he left us so soon. But...................I have some wonderful memories.!
Sharon Stango, Wife left a message on February 17, 2018:
Words cant express the pain I feel for losing you my dearest Husband. Always will be my Last Love......Lucky will always be safe at his home til he meets up with you in Heaven Missing You So Much...
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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