An­thony Pol­lio

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Obituaries -

An­thony Pol­lio went to be with his wife of 62 years and his Maker on Novem­ber 21, 2018. Af­ter tak­ing care of his wife and be­ing an in­spi­ra­tion to their five chil­dren, and twelve grand­chil­dren, An­thony was ready to go home. Known as Tony, Papa Tony, and dad, many knew his in­tel­li­gence, gen­er­ous, kind, self­less, and strong na­ture in all cir­cum­stances. More than any­thing, dad loved his fam­ily and was thank­ful for the peo­ple in his life. He prayed to Je­sus Christ for his fam­ily ev­ery night. He will be missed be­yond mea­sure by his five chil­dren, Arthur Pol­lio, Mary­jane LaHurd, Su­san Frand­sen, Michael Pol­lio, and David Pol­lio, his twelve grand­chil­dren Dane, Paul, Alex, Con­rad, An­thony, Vin­cent, Natalie, Ni­cholas, Ni­cole, Joshua, Eva, and Do­minic, his lov­ing daugh­ter-in-laws and son-in laws.

A Vis­i­ta­tion and Prayer Ser­vice will be held on Fri­day, Novem­ber 30 from 5-7 pm at T.M. Ralph Plan­ta­toion Funeral Home, 7001 NW 4th Street, Plan­ta­tion 33317. A Funeral Mass will be held on Satur­day, 10:00 AM at St. Gre­gory the Great Catholic Church. Ar­range­ments by T.M. Ralph Plan­ta­tion Funeral htttp://tm­ralph.com 954-587-6888

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