• Subject: Tony Troy
  • From: "Al Barsa, Jr." <barsa2@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 01 Mar 1999 19:04:44 -0500


TROY, Anthony J. ''Tony''

Anthony J. ''Tony'' Troy, 41, a resident of Hebron for 16 years, died
suddenly Friday (Feb. 26, 1999) at Hartford Hospital. He died following a
heart attack. Tony was born May 29, 1957, in Hartford. He was the son of
Lola and the late Gino Troy Sr., and had lived in East Hartford for over 20
years. After                   marrying Caroline Kowalski, his high school
sweetheart, of East Hartford, they settled in Hebron. Tony worked for IBM
out of their Hartford location for over 21 years, and most recently
reported into their Rochester, MN AS/400 System Center as a highly
recognized National High Availability Consultant. Tony was a devoted and
loving husband and proud father. He loved his family and selfishly devoted
all his free time and long working hours to ensuring their happiness
and security. He will most be remembered for his humor, his laugh, his
             insatiable imagination, and thirst to touch everyone's life in
a positive
way. He was a remarkably gifted individual who enjoyed sharing his talents
in music, sports, and computers with the children of his community. Tony is
survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Caroline Troy of Hebron; son,
Matthew; daughter, Jessica; mother, Lola Troy of East Hartford; brother,
Robert Troy and wife, Rose of Manchester; brother, Gino Troy, Jr. and wife,
Donna of Austin, TX; brother, John Troy and wife, Karen of Manchester;
sister, Rosemary Mauriello and husband, Giuseppe Mauriello of Vero Beach,
FL; in-laws, Richard and Helen Kowalski of East Hartford; sisters-in- law
families, Dr. James                    McLeod and Mary Ann Kowalski of
Morris Township, NJ, Jeffrey and Joan Degen of South Windsor; twelve nieces
and nephews, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins within the
United States and Italy. Tony, you will always be loved, and your life's
dash (1957 ''- '' 1999) will always be remembered. It is said that God
takes the best, and has proven it once more. Knowing that you are in God's
hands and still watching over your family, consoles our hearts. The family
wishes to thank the many wonderful relatives and friends for their concern,
support, and prayer over these last few days. Funeral services will be
Wednesday, March 3, 9 a.m., from the D'Esopo East Hartford Memorial Chapel,
30 Carter St., East Hartford, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, 10
a.m., at the Church of the Holy Family, Church Street, Hebron. Burial will
follow in Silver Lane Cemetery, East Hartford. The family will receive
friends, Tuesday, March 2, 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be
made to the Troy Children's Fund, c/o First Federal Savings Bank, 1137 Main
St., East Hartford 06108.
                                           Published in The Courant: 3/1/99



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