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Anthony R. Mallore

February 12, 1936 — January 22, 2021

Anthony R. Mallore, 84, of Camillus, passed away Friday. A lifetime resident of the Warners and Camillus area, he was a 1955 graduate of Warners High School. Anthony worked as a plumber with Maselli Plumbing in Camllus for many years before retiring as a school bus driver from the West Hill Central School District.

He was previously employed with Raab Trucking and Crucible Steel. Anthony was an avid bowler, enjoyed golf and was fan of SU, the Yankees and the Bills ~ “Go Bills”. He was also former president of the Camillus Snowmobile Club and a previously served in the Navy Reserve.

Anthony was predeceased by his brother, Michael and nephew, John Mallore.

Surviving are his wife of 61 years, Pat; children, Dawn Marie (Rick) Farrar of Elbridge, Melissa Anne Moody of Syracuse, and Anthony R. (Sue DeMaria) Mallore II of Paramus, NJ; grandchildren, Brandon (Davida) Farrar of MD, Kari (Jim) Smith of Sennett, Nico (Angela) Moody of AZ and Aja Moody of Liverpool; 9 great-grandchildren; brother, Carmen (Ann) Mallore, Jr. of Warners; sisters, Sharon Seeley of Solvay and Linda (Richard) MacDowell of Van Buren; sisters-in-law, Maria (Don) Culkin of Fulton, Denise (Dan) Sullivan of Liverpool, and Barbara Laine of AZ; brother-in-law, James (Ann) Epolito, GA; several nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank the doctor’s and staff on Upstate University Hospital’s 8th floor for their care and kindess.

There will be no calling hours. A celebration of Anthony’s life will be held in the summer.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association,
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