Anthony Logan Bertuccelli

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Anthony Logan Bertuccelli passed from this life on December 26, 2012, Kansas City, Kansas.

Anthony is survived by his father, Dennis W. Bertuccelli of Osborne, Kansas. a grandmother, Shirley Bertuccelli of Fresno, California, and aunts and uncles of Fresno, California.

Also surviving are his mother, Cherryl (Best) Bertuccelli of Osborne, a daughter Ryah Nicole Bertuccelli, of Osborne,  a grandmother, Donna Mae (Fredrickson) Best and grandfather Donald F. Best of Geneva, Nebraska, aunts, uncles, cousins and relatives of Nebraska.  He is also survived by friends, Ashlee Stanfield and Noah Stanfield of Osborne.

Anthony graduated from Osborne Public High School in 2001. He was a member of the Boys Scouts of America, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. He was a student of computer technology at Southeast Community College, in Lincoln, Nebraska. Anthony was a composer, an artist, a champion for the right of the individual, and a friend.

Services will be held at 10 am on January 12, 2013, at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1026 O Street, Geneva, Nebraska with a luncheon to follow. Interment will be at Upland Cemetery, Upland Nebraska in the afternoon, with grave side services, weather permitting.

The family requests memorials in lieu of flowers. Memorials and condolences may be sent to Cherryl Bertuccelli, 125 S. 6th, Osborne, Kansas 67473.

3 Comments

  1. Cousin Becca on January 10, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    He gave the best bear hugs, could make anyone laugh, and was so grateful for family time at holidays and life in general. He was very mellow, but you could spark up a debate with him at any time. He was one of the most intelligent people I know, and he encouraged school to every one in the family; he was so proud of those going on to do bigger and better things. He is my motivation now, and he will forever be in my heart. I love you cousin, see you another day.

  2. Anonymous, fortunate to know him on December 31, 2012 at 4:58 pm

    Tony,
    You were an inspiration to anyone who met you; simply by loving and living your life, even when things were really really tough–you showed so many what life was really about. I admired your compassion and your humor that seemd to shine through.

    I’m so very sorry for the dear people who were loved most by you; Ashlee and Ryah. I know that you were proud and that you loved them endlessly, because you made it known.

  3. Chris Timson on December 28, 2012 at 7:18 pm

    Tony was a joy to be around. I met Tony when he started a Logan’s Roadhouse, I was one of his mansgers. I Loved working with Tony! He made everyone smile, if not laugh during his shift. He was a loving, uplifting guy. I am honored to have called him my friend.

    Keep the angels laughing, Big Guy, I’ll miss you.

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