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  Bucco, Anthony R.
<-  2016-01-02  
NameAnthony R. Bucco
Address326 Essex Avenue
Boonton, New Jersey 07005, United States
Website [Link]
Born February 24, 1938
DiedSeptember 16, 2019 (81 years)
Contributor*crickets chirp*
Last ModifedWSNJ
Jul 10, 2021 04:27pm
InfoSenator Anthony R. Bucco Boonton - Senator Anthony R. Bucco, 81, a lifelong resident of Boonton, committed public servant, and loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed from this earth on September 16, 2019. Bucco served the community he loved for over 40 years in elected office, rising from Boonton Alderman and Mayor, to Morris County Freeholder, State Assemblyman, and eventually a State Senator, which he served through seven Governors. Respected on both sides of the political aisle, his passion for helping others allowed him to touch countless lives on issues large and small across the region and state. In addition to serving as the lead Republican voice on the state budget, he was proud of meaningful laws that supported Lake Hopatcong, increased drunk driving penalties, and delivered safe-haven protections for moms and infants. Beyond his legislative service, Bucco was President of Baker Titan Adhesives, a manufacturing company based in Paterson; served as a volunteer and board member for countless non-profit organizations; and as a member of the US Army Reserves, 1957-1965. Bucco was a deep man of faith who attended Mass every morning before starting his day. He took the greatest pride and joy in his family, including his beloved wife Helen (nee Jayne) of over 60 years and their son, Anthony M. Bucco, and his wife Amy. He loved and cared deeply for his grandchildren, Anthony II (Josie), Lauren Haggart (Brian), Jenna Bucco, and his step grandchildren, John Ciamillo, Sarah Ciamillo, DVM, and Emily Cadematori (Ken); and his beloved great grandchildren Declan, Kaid and Valentina, who will miss his calming presence, humor and friendship. He was predeceased by his loving sister, Anna Marie Bucco.


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Sep 16, 2019 08:00pm News Senator Anthony Bucco dies at 83  Article WSNJ 
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