Anthony Nobile
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Obituary of Anthony Nobile

Anthony was a passionate man with a great love for his family. As one of seven children on the West Side of Buffalo, Anthony knew that family needed to be cherished above all. When Anthony met the love of his life, Angie, she was engaged to another man. Angie broke off the engagement in order to date Anthony, and three months later the pair eloped in Niagara Falls. They would have been happily married for 67 years. After Angie’s parents died, the couple took in her siblings and raised them together. Anthony did all that he could to take care of his family, and greatly loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Anthony ran a saw company for many years, and would spend as much as 19 hours a day sharpening saws. He loved carpentry, and was great at what he did. After his years at the saw company, Anthony started selling Life Insurance for the Knights of Columbus. The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic organization engaged in charity and faith, and Anthony worked hard to become a Grand Knight. Anthony was also an avid reader, and would read anything that he could get his hands on.

Nobile, Anthony J. August 24, 2017 of Hamburg, NY. Beloved husband of Angela (nee Sardo) Nobile; devoted father of Linda Nobile, Victoria (Randall) Verel), and late Josette Nobile; cherished grandfather of Jeffrey (Kristen) Aquino, Kevin (Megan) Aquino, and Matthew (Kellen) Verel; loving great-grandfather of Katie, Casey, and Taylor; dear brother Diane (Doyle) Phillips, Gloria (Steve) Wilson, late Frances (late Vincent) Failla, late Salvatore (late Francis), and late Vincent (late Rose) Nobile; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends received at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4199 Lake Shore Rd. (corner Camp Rd. & Rte. 5) Hamburg, NY 716-627-2919 on Monday from 4 – 8 PM. Where prayers will be held Tuesday at 10:15 AM, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary of the Lake Church at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice Buffalo. Please leave online donations and condolences at www.lakesidefuneralhome.com.