Anthony J. “Tony” Mastriano, 57, Bristol

Loved hunting, fishing, riding his motorcycle


Anthony J. “Tony” Mastriano, 57, passed away unexpectedly Friday, March 31, 2017. He was the loving husband of Louanne (Souza) Mastriano, to whom he was married for five years.

Born in Providence, a son of the late Joseph E. and Viola (Vitullo) Mastriano, he lived in Warren for many years before moving to Bristol.

He attended classes in Electrical Engineering at Southern University of New York at Farmingdale, and became a Master Plumber and Master Pipefitter. Tony owned and operated Bristol County Plumbing & Heating. He considered work his “hobby” but also enjoyed hunting, fishing and taking rides on his motorcycle.

Besides his wife, he leaves his brother, Joseph A. Mastriano and his wife Barbara of Farmingville, NY; his stepchildren Ashleigh, Elise and Oliver Warrender; his nieces Melissa Mastriano, Amanda Rhatigan and her husband Bryan and Maria Mastriano; and he was a proud Papa of Parker. He was the brother of the late John T. Mastriano.

Funeral service will be held at 9 a.m. Friday, April 7 from the Wilbur-Romano Funeral Home, 615 Main St., Warren, with a Mass of Christian burial at 10 AM in St. Alexander’s Church, 221 Main St., Warren. Burial follows in St. Alexander’s Cemetery, Warren. Visiting hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 16. Relatives and friends are invited.

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