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Anthony (Tony) Miscione – June 28, 2014

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Anthony (Tony) Miscione

Anthony (Tony) Miscione passed away on June 28, 2014. He was born April, 19, 1929 in Union City, New Jersey to Frank and Lillian (De Luca) Miscione.

The family moved to Burbank, California in June of 1950. Tony enlisted in the Army in 1950 and became an MP before he was sent to Korea. He received an honorable discharge in 1954. Upon his return, he completed his BA at CSU Long Beach and eventually went on to earn his MA in history from Chapman University and his Doctorate in Education from Colorado University.

Tony spent 35 years in the field of education, 10 years as a teacher and football coach and 25 years in school administration as a principal and district superintendent. His last position before retirement was Principal of Lassen High School from 1983-1988. Tony was a Lassen County Office of Education Board Member for 20 years. During his 35 years in education, he touched so many students, and made a difference in their lives.

His hobbies were coin collecting, history, crossword puzzles and poetry. Tony composed more than two hundred poems; some were published.

Tony and his wife, Sunny, enjoyed traveling extensively throughout the United States and British Colombia.  

He leaves his wife of 28 years, Sunny, sister Marie, four children, Marc (Shari), Monica Kloeble (Rudy), Margret Roberts (Mark), Mike (Susan). Two “bonus” children, Evan Attaway (Misty), and Sally Neathamer (Cael). Ten grandchildren, Breanna Miscione, Drew Miscione, Johno Roberts, Luke Roberts, Michael Miscione, Morgan Miscione, Nyah Attaway, Xavier Molina, Joshua Neathamer and Jordan Neathamer.

Tony was a great asset to this community and will be deeply missed by all of his family and friends.

Rosary and memorial service will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church July 12, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. After the service, there will be a military ceremony held at Diamond Crest Cemetery, followed by a luncheon provided by Caring and Sharing at Monsignor Moran Hall.

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