In Memory

Anthony G. Clementi VIEW PROFILE

While at Norristown "A.C." was in Home Room 4, was on the Football Team, and was active in Weight Lifting Club, Acappella Chior

Anthony passed away on April 7, 2009 at the age of 59.  

He was the husband of Dottie (Bontcue) Clementi.  He was a 40 year employee of the U. S. Postal Service, retiring in 2006.  He was a founder of the "Norristones" a well known acapella group. 

He was a former youth football coach, with the Jaycees 1973, Holy Savior CYO (1974-75), Bishop Kenrick High School (1976-82); and a member of Al's Cold Cuts Softball Team, during their championship run in the 1980's. 

Surviing in additon to his wife are children Lisa, Adrienne and Anthony, three grandchildren Lean, MJ, Ethan; sister Jeannine (married to classmate Dan Smith)

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04/11/09 09:37 AM #1    

Michael P Marchese

A great guy, who loved to sing and left us to early.

04/11/09 05:33 PM #2    

Gail Jackson (Gant)

To the Family of Anthony G. Clementi, you have my deepest sympathy and prayers due to the passing of your loved one. May the Lord keep his loving arms around the family and provide healing and strength during this difficult time.

Gail Gant, Detroit, MI

04/11/09 06:39 PM #3    

Bill Glisson

AC was one of the first people I met when I moved to Roosevelt School from Upper Merion in the late 1950's. He loved to have a good time and he is a memory that I will always have from my years of going to school in Norristown. May he rest in peace.

Bill Glisson

04/12/09 07:21 PM #4    

John S. Nave

I remember times when AC, Jim P. and myself would watch
basketball games in his livingroom. He always had a funny joke or comment and made people laugh. In the football picture, that Kenny L. passed around, you could see he was cracking a joke and making people laugh. I will always have fond memories of a great guy in high school. God has blessed us all by giving us what ever time we had with AC.
May God comfort his loved ones.

John S. Nave

04/13/09 09:53 AM #5    

Ronda J. Stansbery

No, Tell me it's not so. AC - a sweet man to remember. I was in Washington DC when this message was sent. I pray for AC's family and for all members of NHS - 1968 then and now.

Sincerely, Ronda Stansbery

04/13/09 05:58 PM #6    

Earl H. Hershey Jr

I believe that the ability to make music and to use music to enrich others lives is the highest calling that there is on this planet. All that, and more, Ace had in spades. Thanks for making me proud to be from Norristown when I heard ya'll sing at Elmwood Park. Travel well, brother.

05/19/09 12:18 PM #7    

Daniel G Smith

to all our classmates:

i want to thank all that came or sent something to Dot on behalf of a great friend and my brother-in-law.. Ace will be missed and always loved.. you all know what he meant to us. Jeannine, Dot, Lisa, Age, and Anthony..thank you !! you all mean alot to all of us..THANKS
Dan Smith

06/08/09 12:12 PM #8    

Shelley L. Bennett (Urrunaga)

Being in HM 4 with AC was always fun! With his jokes or comments he kept us all in good spirts. My deepest sympathy to his wife and family. May God keep you all in his loving arms.

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