Anthony Causi Obituary, Death – Anthony Causi, who resided in Wilmington and was 43 years old when he passed away on February 10, 2023, passed away unexpectedly. Anthony was a stalwart in the restaurant industry; he worked alongside his close friends Alex Spennato and Dominick Marroni at Sitaly to Go and Union Street Tavern, respectively. Anthony’s leadership was a major factor in the success of both of the establishments. Due to the fact that he was so skilled in the preparation of Italian food, he garnered a large and dedicated fan base because of his work in the kitchen.
Attending sporting events was Anthony’s lifelong love, and he was a devoted fan of all of Philadelphia’s professional sports teams, most especially the Philadelphia Eagles. The passion and excitement that he felt for the world of athletics was something that he instilled in his son, Jon Anthony. By participating in and attending a number of events of this kind together, they made a lot of lovely memories for one another.
Anthony was a friend and family member who put others’ needs before his own; he was always eager to lend a helping hand to those who were having trouble making ends meet financially. At the party, he was the center of everyone’s attention because he had an endearing smile and a chuckle that got everyone else laughing as well. Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways.
After Anthony’s passing, he is survived by a number of people, including his mother Nancy Kirby (Joe), his son Jon Anthony Causi, his sister Pamela Baldini (Nick III), and his nephews Nicholas IV, Milo, and Bruno. His son Jon Anthony Causi is also deceased. In addition to his mother Maria “LuLu,” he is survived by his father Salvatore Causi and his half-brother Vinny Causi. His mother passed away when he was just a young child.