Tony P. Guerrera, 77

Tony P. Guerrera, 77, of Ellwood Rd., New Castle (WayneTwp.) climbed the stairway to heaven into the open arms of his Lord on Tuesday, January 26, 2016.

Born September 27, 1938 in Ellwood City, he was the son of the late Paul and Filomena Condell Guerrera. He was married for 56 1/2 years to Irene Tolomeo Guerrera as they were married September 12, 1959. She survives.

Tony graduated from Lincoln High School with the Class of 1957. He retired from Babcock & Wilcox where he was a crane operator. He had formerly owned TP Enterprises and also the Majestic Theater in Ellwood City. He was a member of the Wing Nuts which is a branch of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association. He was a former ham radio operator.

In addition to his wife, Irene, survivors include four daughters, Betsy (Scott) Court of Ellport, Karen (Mike) Lyons of Monaca, Terri (Keith) Cummings of New Brighton, Pam (Denny) Stich of Princeton; son, Paul (Lisa) Guerrera of Ellwood City; two sisters, Josephine (Charles) Bucker of New Castle, Margaret Kimmel of Ellwood City; brother, Sam (Carol) Guerrera of Pittsburgh; nine grandchildren,Josh and Travis Court, Matthew and Sarah Lyons, Jessica (Evan) Ottaviani, Kris (Eryn) Main, Marissa (Curtis) Brake, Elsie Stich, Angelina Guerrera ; and three great grandchildren, Nicholas Riley, Maddox Main, and Tyson Ottaviani.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday from 5-8 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home,200 Fountain Ave. Ellwood City. Friends will also be received on Thursday from 1 until the time of the funeral service at 2 pm at the funeral home. Rev. Dr. James Bibza of Center Presbyterian Church will officiate the services. Interment will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery.

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10 thoughts on “Tony P. Guerrera, 77


  2. Please know that Tony left behind lots of ‘old’ friends. The class of ’57 knew him, but some of us were connected through the North Side – what good times we had growing up there. I still have an e-mail that I exchanged with Tony in July, 2014, after his picture was in the paper. I told him there’s a shop nearby, down here in Florida, with the name Guerrero – it always reminds me of him. His granddaughter Marissa typed the reply for him. It’s hard to let go of loved ones, but I’d like to think he’s in a better place. That’s what got me through losing my parents. You take care. Our thoughts are with you.

  3. Rena and Family, I am so sorry that Tony is no longer with us, but I am sure
    he is having a wonderful homecoming with the loved ones that preceded him. When I think of the summers in Penn. I always think of you, Rena,Tony and the kids. I will always remember and appreciate how much you helped us (Robert and me) during the summer.
    I wish I was here, but know that though I am far away, you are in my
    thoughts and prayers. I love you all and send you hugs……..maria

  4. My heart hurt to hear the news of Tony. He was always so personable and genuinely friendly in our class of ’57. I pray God rewards his kindness in Heaven.

  5. I can never truly express the grief of losing a very loved relative. My heart also goes out to Aunt Rena and my cousins. I was always carry the memories of Uncle Tony in my heart.

    Sam Jr.

  6. I was very saddened to hear of Tony’s passing. He was a dear childhood friend with shared family values because of our nationality. He once told me that we were the most envied kids in grade school because his dad owned a “pop” factory and my dad owned a pin ball machine and juke box business. Many years have passed since those innocent days of “pop” and “play” and Tony obviously had to a very happy and successful life. He will be sorely missed by family and friends but heaven is receiving a kind and gentle man. I would like to extend my greatest sympathy to his family and pray for Tony’s soul.

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