Anthony James Cristello, 35, of Naples, Florida and Massachusetts, passed away unexpectedly on August 16, 2017.
Anthony was born on December 21, 1981, in Bad Kreuznach, Germany and raised and educated in Massachusetts. From an early age, Anthony could accomplish and excel at anything he set his mind to do. He was an amazing, loving and devoted Father who adored his daughter Aria with all of his heart.
Anthony was both an educated and self-taught electronics whiz who was the Manager of UBREAKIFIX in Fort Myers, Florida. He trained most new employees and was an integral part of the UBIF community, constantly sharing his wealth of knowledge. It is quite apparent to her family that Aria possesses many of her daddys skills, as she would often work right along beside him at the store. Anthony was actively in the process of opening his own franchise store with a partner-An accomplishment that brought him great pride.
Anthony was an example to his peers, both as a dedicated and loyal friend, and as a person who never swayed from the passionate pursuit of his dreams. He touched the hearts and lives of everyone that was special enough to know him. His presence will be greatly missed by his family and friends and the many people who knew and loved him. He was immeasurably loved and he will never be forgotten. He will live on in the heart of his daughter and all who loved him.
Anthony is survived by his daughter, Aria Elena Cristello, the love of his life; his father, Robert A. Cristello of Phoenix, Arizona; his brother, Daniel Cristello; his sister, Kayleigh Cristello; his favorite aunt and uncle, Eileen and Steve Economos; his devoted grandparents, Ralph and Helen Cristello; Diane Rizzitano, the mother of his daughter Aria, and her family who loved him; several cousins and numerous friends who Anthony considered his family.
A memorial service to honor Anthony will be held at the Russell Pica Funeral Home, 165 Belmont St., (Rte. 123), Brockton, MA on Sunday, August 27, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. At the service, please feel free to share a personal story of Anthony in our memory book so his daughter may be as blessed and lucky to know him as we all were.