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Condolences for Anthony Cumbo

Donna and bill MurphyMonday, November 29th

So sorry for your loss of Tony
Wish I could do something to help you
Love and comfort
Donna and Bill

Debbie ByrnesTuesday, November 30th

Sandy, Brian, Kevin, and family,

I am so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I have wonderful memories as a kid of all of us at the Jade East in Wildwood, Lake Wallenpaupack, and Disney. I am thinking of you all.

Debbie (Wheeler) Byrnes

Cosmin RaduTuesday, November 30th

Condolences for your loss! I’ve met Tony few times and every time it was a pleasure to work and discuss with him. He was very technical savvy but had a great sense of humor as well.

Dawn (Wheeler) CrouthamelTuesday, November 30th

Dear Sandy, Brian, Kevin, & Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I am thinking of all of you during this difficult time.
I have wonderful memories of Tony and will always remember the fun our families had together on vacation.
Thoughts and prayers are with you.
With sympathy,
Dawn (Wheeler) Crouthamel

Harry and Donna ReichardFriday, December 3rd

Dear Sandy, Brian, Kevin,
Tony was a great friend and colleague for more than fifty years. He was key to the success of Princeton Measurements Corp., dealing with international marketing, on the one hand, and difficult technical challenges on the other. Throughout all he was unfailingly cheerful, and his “can do” attitude got us past many obstacles.
We were greatly saddened to learn of Tony’s passing, and we grieve with you.

Alex KomjatiSunday, December 5th

I'm saddened by the news that my long time friend and colleague has passed. I met Tony over 40 years ago at Princeton Applied Research. Tony and I both enjoyed motorcycles and we frequently enjoyed riding together down US1 on our way home. As time passed on Tony moved on to member of Princeton Measurement. I visited often as most of the PMI employees were past colleagues. Just recently in Oct. we were visiting from Florida, my current residence, and we met at the Yardley Inn for lunch along with Harry Reichard. It was a wonderful union. I was reminiscing with Tony and mentioned how I downgraded to electric-cycle. 20MPH top speed. We chuckled as he was still riding the manly bikes. I will truly miss him. I'm sure, whenever I visit with Harry, we will reminisce about his live long accomplishments.

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