Anthony Peduto

Anthony F. "Tony" Peduto

Tuesday, October 3rd, 1933 - Sunday, May 3rd, 2020
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Anthony F. " Tony" Peduto of Arlington, passed away on May 3, 2020 at the age of 86. Beloved husband of the late Rosemarie L. (LaMonica) Peduto. Loving father of Lisa Peduto of Arlington, Anthony, Jr. and his wife Yolanda of Duck, NC, David and his wife Kathy of Acton and Edward and his wife Arline of Wakefield. Tony is survived by his dear brother Richard Peduto and late wife Sandi of Somers, NY and his cherished grandchildren Michael, David, Nolan, Kevin, Jason, Lauren, Joey, Marie, Tommy and Gabriella , and great grandfather of newly born Molly Vivian. Also survived by Eileen Peduto and dear family friends Margaret Hunt and family. Late President of Arlington Hockey Club and longtime coach of Arlington Little League.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to: Red Sox RBI Foundation -
The goal of the Red Sox Foundation's Jr. RBI program (formerly Rookie League) is to introduce the sport of baseball to younger children, ages 5-12, in economically disadvantaged areas and promote good sportsmanship and respect for adults and peers. Due to the current COVID-19 mandates all services are private.
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Brendan McDermott

Posted at 10:08pm
In my memories, it's always summer evening, and he's in his back yard patio, sitting in a beach chair near the grill, watching the sun set, and enjoying life. My kindest sympathies to you all.

Rick Vallarelli

Posted at 12:35pm
License Plate W465, Phone number 648-9544, A car that was made to hold 6 people, Tony got 14 , they would pile out at the Little league field. My coach, Bill Murphy and Tony Peduto, what a tag team. On the couch, boxer shorts, screaming at Ro to get me out of the house. Geribi, Carbone, Berg, Hefler, constantly being reminded by Tony that "our ignorance was only exceeded by the fact that we looked stupi*" Lisa, Anthony, David, and Eddie, you were too young to remember, but know this: Your parents were amazing people. They had an enormous positive influence on my life. To this day I think of them often. A few years back I had the pleasure of taking your dad out on the water, Ro and Margaret stayed at the house. I hit a wave, your dad got soaked. When I tried to apologize he yelled at me like I was 12, he said " What the hel** do you expect, we're on the ocean, people get wet !" We had a ball, returned hours later, your mom was disappointed as she though I was taking him for a few days ! (just kidding) I could write a book, I know that you all know how I felt about them. May they rest in peace.

Kathleen Bresnahan Lozzi

Posted at 12:57pm
Dear Lisa & Family,
I am so sorry to learn of your father's passing...please take care during this difficult time.
Love & miss you,

Jane Efraimson

Posted at 04:00pm
Lisa, Tony, David & Ed

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. We worked together for many years and I have many fond memories of him.

John McDermott

Posted at 10:34am
Lisa , Anthony, David , and Ed,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your Dad. Tony was a great guy who left me with many warm memories from my youth. From my family to yours our thoughts and prayers are with you.

John McDermott

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