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Anthony Riccio

Anthony Joseph "Joe" Riccio Jr.

Saturday April 4, 1959 - Saturday April 25, 2020
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Anthony Joseph (Joe) Riccio, Jr. 61, of Phoenixville and formerly of Pennsburg, entered his heavenly home on April 25,2020. He was the son the late Anthony J. and Sara L. (Myers) Riccio. Joe graduated from Upper Perkiomen High School in 1977 and Kutztown University. He was a former history teacher at Cheltenham School District as well as long-term substitute teacher in other school districts. He was an avid sports fan and served as assistant football coach for St. Pius High School, Souderton High School, Upper Perkiomen High School and Strayer Middle School. Joe loved his family and had a strong faith in the Lord. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

Joe is survived by Tracey Bryant, his close companion of many years in addition to sisters, Mary, wife of Perry Scheetz, Priscilla, wife of Frank Buck, and Anna Maria, wife of Frank Aguilar. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews, cousins and his uncle, Charles Myers. He was predeceased by his younger brother, Clement F. Riccio.

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In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation or the American Red Cross. To honor Joe and offer condolences to his family, visit his “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com. A future e-mail announcement of the memorial services will also be sent to all who offer condolences online.
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Tracey Bryant

Posted at 09:06pm
My friend Joe, will be missed by many. He was a loyal friend, avid sports fan, dedicated teacher and enthusiastic coach. He loved his family both here on earth, and "gone before" as he used to say. He lived for family gatherings and talked fondly of the weekly Sunday dinners and Holiday celebrations of his youth. His quick wit, and love of history made him a passionate debater when anyone wished to discuss politics, government, or religion. May he rest in peace with his Lord.

Paul Winsey

Posted at 01:31pm
Joey was my cousin that I grew up with in the P.A. area and we used to stay at each others homes over night from time to time and were very close growining up. His mother & my mother were sisters. Joey had a great sense of humer, great laugh and smile, and was very smart. He was a loving gentle and caring individual. I know that my mother and father as well as Uncle Tony & Aunt Sandy and Clemmy have welcomed you home. Rest in peace my cousin, until we meet again with our lord & savior Jesus Christ! :-)

In Loving Memory,
Paul Winsey

Nick Fierro

Posted at 06:54pm
Joe was one of a kind and creative in ways I don’t even think he fully recognized. A loyal friend with an unbelievable sense of humor. I can’t even quantify how much he influenced me. Goodbye, my friend.

Nick Fierro

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