Anthony C. Tribelli
Date of Passing:
Tribelli, Anthony C., 86, of Robbins Drive, Barrington, died peacefully on November 11, 2020.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Eligio and Ida (Della Grotta) Tribelli, he lived in Barrington for 52 years.
Mr. Tribelli was the owner & operator of Hanover Creations, Pawtucket for over 50 years.
Anthony was a graduate of Bryant College. He was a member of the West Bay Chorale. He enjoyed singing, cooking and gardening.
He is survived by two daughters, Angela Tribelli of Warwick and Debra Moran of Hope Valley; two sons, Anthony Tribelli Jr. of North Kingstown and William Tribelli of Cumberland; a sister, Shirley Tribelli of Barrington and nine grandchildren. He was the brother of the late Al Tribelli.
A Committal Service will be held on Monday November 16, 2020 at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery Chapel, Wampanoag Trail, East Providence at 12 noon. Burial will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. The guidelines set forth by the Rhode Island Department of Health will be observed. Face coverings are required.
Thank you all for your wonderful thoughts and prayers for my father.
Our sincerest condolences to the Tribelli family for your loss. Always friendly and kind, may God bless all close to him with peace.
We like to send our thoughts and prayers to the Tribelli family during this hardship of time. So sorry for your loss.
Tony because of you I now make an awesome home made cavatelli, rest in peace my dear friend.
I remember Tony with always having a smile and a kind word. Sincerest condolences to his family and friends
All of us in the Chorale will really miss you- a true friend of mine who was great fun to sing with! My sincere condolences to all your family.
Sorry for your loss, Anthony was a wonderful man. We all will miss him. He would always bring us his egg biscuits at the Medical Center. He was a compassionate man! May God Bless him.
Tony always was a charmer, and a lovely man.
Riposare in pace.
Wishing the family peace and comfort during this difficult time….
Tony was such a positive spirit, and always made us in the chorale laugh. He will be sorely missed.
Sorry for your loss.RIP
We will miss Tony so much. I was able to keep contact with him since he took a turn for the worse a couple of years ago, and he was always upbeat, optimistic, and interested in me and my family. And that was Tony in a nutshell. Always concerned with others, and ready with a smile and a funny comment. Sometimes his comments would leave you scratching your head. But he’d always leave you smiling. I will miss him.
Such a loss. He was a great man, so full of wisdom and love. Prayers and peace to his beautiful family. Rest In Peace now Poppa, breath freely and easy.
To the Tribelli family. So sorry to hear of Anthony’s passing. May he rest in peace. Sincere condolences to all. God Bless
The Della Grotta Family- Maria
Tony has been a dear friend for many, many years and both my husband and I will miss his kindness. Thank you for the many hours of helping out at fundraisers cooking and the pleasure of your company at years of choir rehearsals. If I hear a scoop in heavenly music, I will know you are singing with all your heart. May light shine in the darkness to guide your footsteps to heaven. Thanks for the memories!
It was a pleasure to get to know Tony while singing with him in the West Bay Choral. It was clear that he loved to sing and did so with gusto and style. I will miss the twinkle he always had in his eye.
Dear Tribelli Family so sorry to hear of cousin Anthony’s passing. May he rest in peace with no more pain. I’m sure his family will greet him with open arms and love. Please remember the good times. The Della Grotta Family. Maria Caprio
We will miss you Tony.Prayers for your family.You are at peace now .
My thoughts and prayers for Deb and all of Tony’s family. I have many fond memories of Tony from West Bay Chorale events. Rest In Peace Tony. Hugs ?
We at West Bay Chorale will miss you. The tenor section has lost a stanchion. Continue the beautiful music behind the pearly gates, Tony. Rest in peace until we meet again. ❤️
My deepest condolences to all of Tony’s family upon this sad loss. Tony was beloved by West Bay Chorale friends for his charm, lovely tenor voice, sense of humor, and sincere dedication. I enjoyed time with Tony on the WBC board and preparing fundraiser dinners together. Tony was a good friend to all and I will miss him, but am glad for the good memories.
Tony Hanover….such a wonderful man, loved by all…….All about love for family….so proud to be called your friend…..Rest In peace with the Angels……we will miss you…40 years of friendship….we love you The Robert Famiano Family…Shirley such a devoted sister…..how he adored you……so very sorry ….we can rest assured He is The New Angel In Heaven…..Robert and Claire Famiano…..So very sorry for your loss…….rfamiano @cox.net……
Our wonderful neighbor. Tony you will always be in our hearts and in our thoughts. Even in the worst snow storms you were kind enough to plow my driveway. A true friend, I will miss you forever. Thanks for all the Italian dishes you prepared for us. Our thoughts are with your family.
Ellen and Terry
Uncle Tony may you rest in peace in Our Father’s Heavenly Kingdom now another Angel who watches over us and especially your family.
I will miss the many calls we shared, your guidance, your great character and the many laughs we shared.
I offer this prayer of love and respect;
“Almighty Father, source of forgiveness and salvation, grant that our Uncle Tony who have passed from this life may, through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of all the saints, come to share your Eternal happiness through Christ our Lord. Amen”
Love and respect to you and to the Tribelli family,
Your beloved Carleton nephews Michael, Dale and Bruce
We will miss our daily morning chats over the past 30 years! You were a wonderful friend and neighbor but a “not so great”card player! Your memory will always be close to our heart. Our love to your family. So many memories❤️Rozanne and Jeff
Sincere sympathy and prayers to the family.
Most sincere sympathy and prayers…..