Biography Anthony Francis Langone

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Bio of a much beloved family man and WW2 hero.

Submitted: August 13, 2018

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Anthony Francis Langone aka Anthony F. Langone aka Anthony Langone aka Tony Langone (18 August 1916-22 July 2005)

Place of death was reported as Poughkeepsie, county seat of Dutchess County, New York. However, the true place of death was Port Jefferson Station 40°55?53?N 73°3?9?W (40.93161, -73.05256), a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP), Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York 11776-11777. It is not to be confused with the village of Port Jefferson on New York State Route 347 (NY347 Nesconset Highway) bordering with Terryville.

He was a member of the American Legion, Post unknown.

Obsequies and exequies by O. B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, New York 11776 Tuesday 26 July 2005 2-4pm and 7:00-9:00pm. 

Mass Wednesday 27 July 2005 9:45am St. Margaret of Scotland Roman Catholic Church, 81 College Road, Selden, New York 11784.

Buried Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York (210 Princeton Boulevard, Calverton New York 11933  631-727-5410  GPS: 40.924145, -72.816066  Section 41, Site 2051, US ARMY, PFC, WORLD WAR II, Purple Heart awardee.  Wife is inhumed in the same plot.

Obituaries appeared in Newsday 26 July 26 2005 and the Staten Island Advance 26 July 2005.

Encomia:

“I will always remember how dad would always play with Kevin. Kevin would ask grandpa to play games like Star Wars Monopoly and grandpa would say, "You want to play Star Wars Monopoly? (or whatever other game Kevin asked him about) and then he'd say "okay" and he would play. I don't know how he ever learned the games considering the confusing way Kevin gave the instructions and the fact that grandpa probably didn't hear him anyway. Dad/grandpa seemed to enjoy poker nights at our house. I can recall numerous times that he stayed up past midnight playing Texas Hold 'Em or (his choice) 7 Card Stud. I do miss him and his bright smile. I feel like he slipped away from us when we were not looking, as we were so concerned for mom/grandma...I think he knew, in his heart, that mom just was not mom and she would never be the same and she needed him to make her next home ready for her..I hope and pray that he is truly at peace, enjoying the company of his brothers, perhaps playing poker with them..I LOVE YOU DAD and I miss you.”

Love, Lorraine Jean Call née Langone

“I will probably always remember Grandpa the most on New Year's Day. It just won't be the same without him and his infamous smile!”

Kathleen Langone 8 August 2005 | Hicksville, New York

“I will miss Grandpa's big smile and gravely voice which always greeted me with "How you doin Mart?" or "How you doin Mart? You hungry?". My favorite memory is him taking me to a ball game as a young boy followed by the time he took me to Joe Mal's (I learned new words that day from uncle Lou and Joe Mal). We were lucky to have him as long as we did but we still can't help wishing he could have stayed a litle longer.”

Martin Klepeis, Jr.  29 July 2005 | Ballston Lake, New York

“we will all miss grandpa and the great story's.” (sic) Charles Rosendahl  27 July 2005 | Coram, New York

“grandpa was a great man. He loved everyone no matter what. When he told one of his story's everybody listen, he was a great story teller. we will all miss those story's.” (sic) CHARLES ROSENDAHL 27 July 2005 Coram, New York

 

Family history

1. Tony's past addresses:

199 Kallop Road, Kingston, New York 12401 914-658-8819

6 Fenway Drive, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

5203 24th Terrace #B-207, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308

387 Rural Route 32, Kingston, New York 12401

387 Rural Route 4, Kingston, New York 12401

3042 42nd Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-3045

  1. Siblings

John Langone
Joseph Langone

Louis Langone and wife Frances Langone

Thomas Langone

 

2. Wife:

Angelina M. Langone aka Lena Langone née Del-Zio (19 January 1919-17 November 2005). She had two brothers: Dr. John Emil Del-Zio, D.D.S. (10 September 1917-31 December 2013), Dr. Arthur Dominic Del-Zio, D.D.S. (16 October 1922-10 January 2011) and one sister Helen Evelyn Kramer née Del-Zio (1926-May 1995).

3. Children:

a) Lorraine Jean Call aka Lorraine J. Call aka Lorraine Call née Lorraine H. Langone aka Lorraine Jean Langone aka Lorraine J. Langone aka Lorraine Langone – (1953-) Then 3042 42nd Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-3045 later 2546 44th Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-2018 later 5851 Anderson East Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10305 later 70 North Drive, Staten Island, New York 10305-5108 later 1009 Green Pine Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409-7044 now 1 Delphine Terrace, Staten Island, New York 10305-1508 718-273-7317.

From 1971-1975 she studied at State University of New York College at Buffalo (1300 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, New York 14222 716-878-4000), Teachers College of Columbia University (25 West 120th Street, New York, New York 10027 212-678-3000), College of Staten Island (2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, New York 10314 718-982-2000, six-year certificate). Her impressive skills include Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Special Education, Educational Leadership, Classroom, Tutoring, Teaching, Literacy, Classroom Management, Educational Technology, Staff Development, Elementary Education. As of mid-2018 she was Senior Special Ed teacher at Staten Island Mental Health Society (SIMHS), 669 Castleton Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10301 Education Management 718-981-7288.

Husband is Richard G. Call (1954-) children are Brian N. Call (1980-), Kimberly Erin Collins née Call M.S. O.T.R./L. (1981-), Dr. Richard James Call (1986-) (wife Dr. Julie Marie Call née Roeder 1986-) and Kevin M. Call (1996-).

b) Christine M. Cayea née Langone (1974-), husband Steven C. Cayea (1973-) 220 Central Avenue, Deer Park, New York 11729-5024 631-682-8935 and 631-254-8737) Duane T. Cayea (1976-)

c) Martin Edward Klepeis, Sr. 262 Medomak Road, Bremen, Maine 04551 formerly 38 Blue Spruce Lane. Ballston Lake, New York 12019 207-529-2171 and 518-399-3479 and 518-584-9149 and 518-782-5406 and 518-877-5368 and 845-454-4439;

d) Mary Ann Klepeis aka Maryann Klepeis (1946-), Edward Klepeis, Matthew A Klepeis (1975-), Pamela Jean Klepeis (1966-), Kris Edward Martin, Paul J Martin.

e) Anthony C. Langone, Dr. Anthony James Langone, M.D. (1301 Medical Center Drive Suite 2501, Nashville, Tennessee 37232  1229 Concord Hunt Drive, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 516-433-9057 alangone@optonline.net ),

f) Madeline F. Vicich née Langone (1948-2010) Husband Joseph A. Vicich Jr. (1944-), children Heather Marie Morello née Vicich (1980-), Joseph A. Vicich III (1974-)

4. Grandchildren:

(granddaughters) Kathleen A. Langone (1946-) 64 Winding Road, Hicksville, New York 11801 516-433-9057

and

Michelle Pryor

 

(grandson) Charles R. Rosendahl III (1966-) and Yvonne L. Rosendahl née Vicich (1971-) 12 Shiloh Court, Coram, New York 11727-1642 631-828-1485

Anthony Francis Langone aka Anthony F. Langone aka Anthony Langone aka Tony Langone (18 August 1916-22 July 2005)

Place of death was reported as Poughkeepsie, county seat of Dutchess County, New York. However, the true place of death was Port Jefferson Station 40°55?53?N 73°3?9?W (40.93161, -73.05256), a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP), Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York 11776-11777. It is not to be confused with the village of Port Jefferson on New York State Route 347 (NY347 Nesconset Highway) bordering with Terryville.

He was a member of the American Legion, Post unknown.

Obsequies and exequies by O. B. Davis Funeral Homes, 4839 Nesconset Highway, Port Jefferson Station, New York 11776 Tuesday 26 July 2005 2-4pm and 7:00-9:00pm. 

Mass Wednesday 27 July 2005 9:45am St. Margaret of Scotland Roman Catholic Church, 81 College Road, Selden, New York 11784.

Buried Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, Suffolk County, New York (210 Princeton Boulevard, Calverton New York 11933  631-727-5410  GPS: 40.924145, -72.816066  Section 41, Site 2051, US ARMY, PFC, WORLD WAR II, Purple Heart awardee.  Wife is inhumed in the same plot.

Obituaries appeared in Newsday 26 July 26 2005 and the Staten Island Advance 26 July 2005.

Encomia:

“I will always remember how dad would always play with Kevin. Kevin would ask grandpa to play games like Star Wars Monopoly and grandpa would say, "You want to play Star Wars Monopoly? (or whatever other game Kevin asked him about) and then he'd say "okay" and he would play. I don't know how he ever learned the games considering the confusing way Kevin gave the instructions and the fact that grandpa probably didn't hear him anyway. Dad/grandpa seemed to enjoy poker nights at our house. I can recall numerous times that he stayed up past midnight playing Texas Hold 'Em or (his choice) 7 Card Stud. I do miss him and his bright smile. I feel like he slipped away from us when we were not looking, as we were so concerned for mom/grandma...I think he knew, in his heart, that mom just was not mom and she would never be the same and she needed him to make her next home ready for her..I hope and pray that he is truly at peace, enjoying the company of his brothers, perhaps playing poker with them..I LOVE YOU DAD and I miss you.”

Love, Lorraine Jean Call née Langone

“I will probably always remember Grandpa the most on New Year's Day. It just won't be the same without him and his infamous smile!”

Kathleen Langone 8 August 2005 | Hicksville, New York

“I will miss Grandpa's big smile and gravely voice which always greeted me with "How you doin Mart?" or "How you doin Mart? You hungry?". My favorite memory is him taking me to a ball game as a young boy followed by the time he took me to Joe Mal's (I learned new words that day from uncle Lou and Joe Mal). We were lucky to have him as long as we did but we still can't help wishing he could have stayed a litle longer.”

Martin Klepeis, Jr.  29 July 2005 | Ballston Lake, New York

“we will all miss grandpa and the great story's.” (sic) Charles Rosendahl  27 July 2005 | Coram, New York

“grandpa was a great man. He loved everyone no matter what. When he told one of his story's everybody listen, he was a great story teller. we will all miss those story's.” (sic) CHARLES ROSENDAHL 27 July 2005 Coram, New York

 

Family history

1. Tony's past addresses:

199 Kallop Road, Kingston, New York 12401 914-658-8819

6 Fenway Drive, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

5203 24th Terrace #B-207, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308

387 Rural Route 32, Kingston, New York 12401

387 Rural Route 4, Kingston, New York 12401

3042 42nd Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-3045

  1. Siblings

John Langone R.I.P.


Joseph Langone R.I.P.

Louis Langone and wife Frances Langone

Thomas Langone Sr. (1918-2003) wife Rita Langone née Battipede

2. Wife:

Angelina M. Langone aka Lena Langone née Del-Zio (19 January 1919-17 November 2005). She had two brothers: Dr. John Emil Del-Zio, D.D.S. (10 September 1917-31 December 2013), Dr. Arthur Dominic Del-Zio, D.D.S. (16 October 1922-10 January 2011) and one sister Helen Evelyn Kramer née Del-Zio (1926-May 1995).

3. Children:

a) Lorraine Jean Call aka Lorraine J. Call aka Lorraine Call née Lorraine H. Langone aka Lorraine Jean Langone aka Lorraine J. Langone aka Lorraine Langone – (1953-) Then 3042 42nd Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-3045 later 2546 44th Street, Astoria, Queens, New York 11103-2018 later 5851 Anderson East Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10305 later 70 North Drive, Staten Island, New York 10305-5108 later 1009 Green Pine Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409-7044 now 1 Delphine Terrace, Staten Island, New York 10305-1508 718-273-7317.

From 1971-1975 she studied at State University of New York College at Buffalo (1300 Elmwood Avenue Buffalo, New York 14222 716-878-4000), Teachers College of Columbia University (25 West 120th Street, New York, New York 10027 212-678-3000), College of Staten Island (2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, New York 10314 718-982-2000, six-year certificate). Her impressive skills include Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Special Education, Educational Leadership, Classroom, Tutoring, Teaching, Literacy, Classroom Management, Educational Technology, Staff Development, Elementary Education. As of mid-2018 she was Senior Special Ed teacher at Staten Island Mental Health Society (SIMHS), 669 Castleton Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10301 Education Management 718-981-7288.

Husband is Richard G. Call (1954-) children are Brian N. Call (1980-), Kimberly Erin Collins née Call M.S. O.T.R./L. (1981-), Dr. Richard James Call (1986-) (wife Dr. Julie Marie Call née Roeder 1986-) and Kevin M. Call (1996-).

b) Christine M. Cayea née Langone (1974-), husband Steven C. Cayea (1973-) 220 Central Avenue, Deer Park, New York 11729-5024 631-682-8935 and 631-254-8737) Duane T. Cayea (1976-)

c) Martin Edward Klepeis, Sr. 262 Medomak Road, Bremen, Maine 04551 formerly 38 Blue Spruce Lane. Ballston Lake, New York 12019 207-529-2171 and 518-399-3479 and 518-584-9149 and 518-782-5406 and 518-877-5368 and 845-454-4439;

d) Mary Ann Klepeis aka Maryann Klepeis (1946-), Edward Klepeis, Matthew A Klepeis (1975-), Pamela Jean Klepeis (1966-), Kris Edward Martin, Paul J Martin.

e) Anthony C. Langone, Dr. Anthony James Langone, M.D. (1301 Medical Center Drive Suite 2501, Nashville, Tennessee 37232  1229 Concord Hunt Drive, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 516-433-9057 alangone@optonline.net ),

f) Madeline F. Vicich née Langone (1948-2010) Husband Joseph A. Vicich Jr. (1944-), children Heather Marie Morello née Vicich (1980-), Joseph A. Vicich III (1974-)

4. Grandchildren:

(granddaughters) Kathleen A. Langone (1946-) 64 Winding Road, Hicksville, New York 11801 516-433-9057

and

Michelle Pryor

(grandson) Charles R. Rosendahl III (1966-) and Yvonne L. Rosendahl née Vicich (1971-) 12 Shiloh Court, Coram, New York 11727-1642 631-828-1485


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