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Rickey Anthony Antonuccio

April 11, 2011

Rickey Anthony Antonuccio, 55, of Beach Grove Road, Ridgway, died on Monday, April 4, 2011, at the Hershey Medical Center.
He was born October 23, 1955, in Ridgway, the son of Nicholas P. Antonuccio, who survives, and the late Edna L. Dilley Antonuccio.
He resided in Ridgway for most of his life. He attended Ridgway Area High School. He enjoyed billards, construction, 4-wheeling, cards, storytelling, being around kids, repairing and painting cars. He was an automotive mechanic for 40 years.
In addition to his father, he is survived by his wife, Regina Singleton; by seven children, Tammie Antonuccio (Donny) of Kane, Lisa Hutchins (Brian) of Kane, Tony Antonuccio (Erica) of Sheffield, Ricky Viglione of Michigan, Eddie Antonuccio (Savanah) of Ridgway, Taylor Strawbridge (Brittany) of Montana, and Ashley Antonuccio of Ridgway; six siblings, Nicholas Antonuccio of Brockway, Roseanne Rhed of Erie, Anthony Antonuccio of Ridgway, David Antonuccio of DuBois, Madeline Antonuccio of Ridgway, and Johnathon Antonuccio of Elbion; 13 grandchildren; 45 nieces and nephews; and by 27 great-nieces and nephews.
Besides his mother, he was preceded in death by a son, Rickey Antonuccio; a sister, Mary Antonuccio; and by two brothers, Earl and Harry Antonuccio.
Funeral services for Rickey Anthony Antonuccio will be held on Wednesday at noon in the Meehan-Shilk Funeral Home. Officiating will be Fr. Brian Vossler, pastor of St. Leo’s Catholic Church. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Kane.
Friends will be received at the funeral home today from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 26 S. Second St., Clearfield, PA 16830.

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