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Obituary of Anthony John Pollizzi

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Anthony John Pollizzi of Marysville CA, passed away on 2 April 2024. A Celebration of Life will be held at 3:30 on 14 April at the Masonic Lodge, 501 Second St. Yuba City, CA. His burial will be at Sierra View Memorial Park, and is a family-only event.

Tony was born in Brooklyn, NY to Thomas and Mary Pollizzi on 13 March 1935. He married Deanna Mae Clark on 6 January 1957 in Hudson Falls, NY. He entered the United States Air Force on 15 October 1956 and served for twenty years, first as a welder and then a photographic engineer. He received the Menitorious Service Medal upon his retirement from active duty at Beale AFB on 31 October 1976. He was the co-owner of The Stamp Tree, a philatelic auction house in Auburn, CA and then the owner of Philatelic Mart International, selling stamps to collectors at stamp shows around the country. He was a member of the American Philatelic Society, the Blackbird Association, and a Master Mason of Walden Lodge in South Carolina for 64 years.

Tony is survived by his wife of 67 years, Deanna Pollizzi, children Joanne McDaniels, Tina Lavy, Lynda Jammer, Anthony Pollizzi Jr., 12 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.

Memorials may be given to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 

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1935 - 2024

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