Thursday July 2nd, 2020

Anthony DiCoio tribute page!


Anthony DiCoio has passed away of cancer much too young.  Anthony was the sponsor of the Dutch Girl Cleaners teams from New York and was good friends and teammates with our own Robert Hendren who brought this sad news to me.  Robert and all of us at would like to pass along our condolences to the family of Anthony DiCoio, and would like them to know how grateful we are for his support of our sport.

Funeral arrangements for Anthony DiCoio are: Thursday, February 6th 2014 from 2-4 & 7-9pm at O.B. Davis funeral home in Miller Place, N.Y. Burial will be on Friday 2/7. Small mass at the funeral home at 9am and at 9:45am, then they will take him to Washington Memorial Cemetary (right by our house).

Please send any comments or pictures you have of Anthony that you want on this, his softball tribute page to



9 responses to “Anthony DiCoio tribute page!”

  1. Rj29 says:

    It was my honor to know you on and off the field. The softball community and the world lost a great man yesterday!


  2. AJFours says:

    RIP Skip, it was a great honor playing for you and getting to know such a great man on and off the field, you will truly be missed! ROLL DUTCH!

  3. DennisAbes says:

    Prayers are with you and your Girls Ant…MAy God Bless You..#55 will always be remembered!!

  4. henry alfonso says:

    very sad to hear that news….. dutch girls sorry for your loss

  5. EC2 says:

    Skip this season is for you RIP big guy #55!!!!

  6. Nelly84 says:

    Tough read… Skip I had a blast playing with your team. I’m at a loss for words but I know you are pain free playing on the Golden Field… Praying for your girls bud! You will be deeply missed

  7. Ralph says:

    known you for 30 years and we played on more teams than I can remember…..Proud to be you friend and 1st baseman for all those years. I lost a brother……..

  8. Fiabane says:

    Had the pleasure to play a couple tournaments with Dutch Girl and Anthony years back. Horrible news and may you rest in peace brother.

  9. That was my uncle I am his nephew and we always had a great time when ever we saw each other R.I.P

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