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Anthony Guido, Jr.

Anthony C. "Tony" Guido, Jr.

April 15, 1930 - December 26, 2019
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Obituary

Anthony Guido "Tony", 89, a resident of Annapolis, MD and formerly of College Park, MD, died on Thursday, December 26 at the Mandrin Hospice House in Harwood, MD. Born on April 15, 1930 in Tyler, PA to the late Angelina and Tony Guido, Sr., Tony served in the US Army during the Korean War. He earned a Bachelor of Science and Master's degree in education from Temple University and worked as a teacher and coach at Anacostia and Roosevelt high schools in Washington, DC and an administrator with the Charles County school system. After retiring, he became a jockey agent at Maryland horse tracks and was a parishioner of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Annapolis. Tony was preceded in death by his wife, Kelly Guido and his brother, Frank Guido. He is survived by his sister, Carmella Cadori; his nephew, Mario (Erika) Cadori and his great-nieces, Francesca and Cathryn Cadori. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 620 Bestgate Rd., Annapolis, MD on Tuesday, December 31 at 9:30 am. Interment will be at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery, 1122 Sunrise Beach Rd., Crownsville, MD on Thursday, January 2 at 10 am. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 90 Ritchie Hwy., Pasadena, MD 21122. Condolences may be made online by visiting the link on this page.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 | 9:30am
    When
    Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 9:30am
    Location
    St. John Neumann Catholic Church
    Address
    620 Bestgate Road
    Annapolis, MD
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  • Interment

    Location
    Maryland Veterans Cemetery at Crownsville
    Address
    1122 Sunrise Beach Rd.
    CROWNSVILLE, MD
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    Interment will be at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery, 1122 Sunrise Beach Rd., Crownsville, MD on Thursday, January 2 at 10 am

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Charles Hendrickson

Posted at 07:47pm
Will miss not hearing Tony tell of his latest adventures at Arundel Mills, and not swimming laps with him at the Heritage Harbour Lodge indoor pool. Still hear him exclain "wow" when someone impressed him. Very warm and kind man.
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Tonya DeHaven

Posted at 02:23pm
Carmella and Family, We send our deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother. You are always in my thoughts and prayers. I wish that I could be there to give you a hug Carmella. God bless you and your beautiful family. Love you Mike, Tonya and Courteney DeHaven

Kathy McAtee

Posted at 04:33pm
My family was blessed to welcome Uncle Tony into our family when he married my Dad's sister, Mary Jane Kelly, known as Kelly to most that knew her. Over the past few days, I have sifted through my memories of Uncle Tony and Aunt Jane after learning of his passing. My earliest memories of them are from when we would visit them in College Park. They had a nice 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath ranch-style home that looked much like the other homes in the neighborhood. What set their house apart, though, was their basement. Everyone that knew my Uncle Tony knows that he never met a stranger and he could light up the room with that ever present twinkle in his eyes and smile. He loved surrounding himself with family and friends, so I have no doubt that he had a hand in designing the prominent feature in their basement - a full service, custom made bar for gatherings! I remember rushing downstairs when we would arrive for a visit. I would climb up on one of the stools and Uncle Tony would get behind the bar, turn on the lights, toss me a bowl of nuts and ask, "What'll it be?" As I sat there and sipped my Coke or Shirley Temple, I truly felt like a rock star! Uncle Tony had a way of making me feel special and, as I've reflected on my memories of him and Aunt Jane, I've come to realize he did it every time I saw him. From the moment i was born, he and Aunt Jane were founding members of my fan club. They were proud of every accomplishment I made throughout my life and Uncle Tony would always exclaim, "Oh my heavens!" when he heard about my latest achievement. You would have thought I had hung the moon! When I married Aaron, they founded the 'Aaron Fan Club', and when we had our son, they founded the 'Collin Fan Club'. I know for a fact that there were also Mella, Mario, Erika, Francesca and Cathryn fan clubs as well! I have no doubt that all that knew him felt like they were the center of attention when Tony was around. He just had that way about him; of making you feel special. We were all blessed to have known him and we have all lost one of our biggest fans with his passing. We will never forget him and forever miss him. Thanks to Uncle Tony and Aunt Jane, whenever I am feeling down or feeling blue, I will pick myself back up again by remembering that I did, in fact, hang the moon! Thank you for that, Uncle Tony. Thank you, God, for sharing them with us hear on earth.

In loving memory of Anthony C. Guido and Mary Jane Kelly Guido

Kathy McAtee
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MB

Posted at 08:57am
I extend my heartfelt sympathy to the Guido family. May those precious memories of your dear loved one Anthony be foremost in your hearts and minds along with this wonder promise our creator made to us at Revelation 21 v 4 and the marvelous guarantee in verse 5. Again, my sincere condolences.
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Mary DiLullo

Posted at 03:19pm
Carmella, Mario, Erika and family,
The entire DiLullo family send their sincere sympathy and condolences for the loss of our cousin Anthony. I have had the pleasure and honor of knowing him since 1970 when I married Nick. Seeing him at family functions or when he and Kelly visited during holidays were always memorable. Tony always had a twinkle in his eye and a ready smile. He always offered compliments. He was a loving and caring human being. He had a great personality, and after a conversation with Tony, I would always feel more cheerful. He had that gift of pushing people up. His presence brightened any room. He made the world a better place. Tony will not be forgotten. I can see him up in heaven as he reunites with his family, smiling and telling stories, etc.
May the Lord grant you his peace and comfort you in the days ahead.
Mary D.
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