Philbin Comeau Funeral Home in Clinton MA
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  176 Water Street  |  Clinton, MA 01510  |  Phone: 978-365-6872


This Book of Memories memorial website is designed to be a permanent tribute paying tribute to the life and memory of Anthony Morabito. It allows family and friends a place to re-visit, interact with each other, share and enhance this tribute for future generations. We are both pleased and proud to provide the Book of Memories to the families of our community.

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Condolence From: Ellen Hanney Philbin and ED
Condolence: For Nancy ,Frannie and Mary

Our sincere sympathy of the end of Tony's earthly journey. Tony was Ed's barber as he was for MANY for years ! When he left Ed grew out his hair for WEEKS ! I go WAY back to the days of FRESH PICK on Main Street May you find comfort in your faith family and friends as Tony did .
our sympathy and Love

Ellen and Ed Philbin
West boylston MAss and Venice Florida
Monday February 14, 2022
Condolence From: Bill Flannagan
Condolence: Nancy and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Tony became a friend when we first met in Miss Mitchell’s class at the Dame School upon entering the first grade. I always enjoyed seeing him whenever I came back to Clinton. Sometimes it was at church, to get a haircut or to attend our CHS Class of 1959 reunions. Once in awhile we saw each other at a concert at the Hampton Beach bandstand. He was a really good person.
Saturday February 05, 2022
Condolence From: Dede Driscoll Shurman
Condolence: Shurm and I are beyond saddened by your passing Tony! God bless you and rest in peace. Shurm and De.
Saturday February 05, 2022
Condolence From: Jack&Jackie. Innamorati
Condolence: Nancy Fran,Mary and family, so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I apologize for not being at the funeral. We just heard today. Always enjoyed seeing Tony and Nancy together both in town or New Hampshire. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Friday February 04, 2022
Condolence From: Ron Knoll
Condolence: So sad to hear of Tony's passing, he was so easy going and always had a smile on his face.Enjoyed talking with him when I would stop by his shop occasionally , deepest sympathy to his Family during this difficult time.
Thursday February 03, 2022
Condolence From: John Spadafore
Condolence: Tony,
These words are the culmination of my thoughts, for the past forty one years of our friendship. Right now my heart is broken, and I am torn between my condolences towards Nancy, Melissa,and her family, as well as Meatball and Mary. You were truly blessed to have them all. As for me and Chris, we always felt part of your family, you made sure of that every time we got together. You treated my boys like your own, and I can't thank you enough for that. John, Nick and Steven had a nickname for you, "The Snicker Man" the guy who would bring them a Snicker Bar every time his visited or cut their hair, when they were young. But for me, you were more. You hired me when I started my career at Digital Equipment Corp. Not only were you my boss, you became a close dear friend. Over the years that friendship grew stronger than ever. I lament back to all the parties, cook-outs, vacations and dinners we spent together, it was only yesterday, but now, they are only memories. We love you and will miss you, with all our hearts, and pray that you are together in heaven, with the loved ones who you missed. I am glad the path of your life and mine crossed, and stayed side by side for the last forty one years! Love you Tony!!!!!!!
Wednesday February 02, 2022
Condolence From: Herbert Shaw/Louise Comeau
Condolence: Nancy and Melissa, Our sincere sympathy sympathies for your loss. Herb and I were so happy that we got to visit with you and Tony while we were in MA. Tony will be greatly missed, so a good soul.
Love to you and family, Herb and Louise.
Monday January 31, 2022
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