MASTRIANI, JR. Anthony J. Beloved husband of Elizabeth Mastriani (nee Mancyk) for 48 years. Devoted father of Anthony F. Mastriani and Maria G. (Paul) Hicks. Loving grandfather of Kyle and Lilly Hicks. Anthony passed away November 22, 2019 at age 72. Visitation to be at St. Vivian Church, 7600 Winton Rd., Finneytown, 45224, Wednesday November 27 from 10 AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Vivian Church. Condolences at hodappfuneralhome.com.
Lucille DeRocco - Nov 26, 2019
Dear Beth, Anthony, Maria, and family, We are sending our deepest condolences and keeping you in our daily prayers with Anthony's passing.
We want to express the joy from the visits you made to NY. I did not have the chance to know Anthony growing up, but from our visits and phone calls it was a wonderful happening to look forward in receiving. My mom always looked forward to your visits as well! My phone calls with Anthony were always exciting, talking about world news, family history about our grandparents, news exchange about what each others kids were up to and knowing both of you has been a real gift. We will call you in the next couple of weeks. God bless you! Your cousins, Lucy and Sam DeRocco
S Carter - Nov 25, 2019
My deepest condolences on the loss of dear Tony. Please take solace in the fact that it is possible to see your loved one again. May the god of comfort be with you in this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3
Lora Swedberg - Nov 25, 2019
Tony was one of a handful of graduate students in my small class at CCM. He was always so nice to me, had a sense of humor, and worked hard. He was one of the smartest in the class. The world was a better place with him in it. My deepest sympathies to the family.
Sara Drabik - Nov 24, 2019
Tony was always so caring, so willing to help, and just a joy to work with. He will be missed and remembered.
John Getter - Nov 24, 2019
I am sorry to hear Tony is gone. He was a real professional, and more importantly a very good guy who was fun to work with for years at WLWT. When I think of Tony I see that sly smile and smile back. He was a blessing.