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Antonio "Tony" Gill Scagliotti
January 24, 1961 ~ October 15, 2022 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Antonio “Tony” Gill Scagliotti, age 61 of Chester, CT, formerly of Lynn died unexpectedly at the Middlesex Health Shoreline Medical Center. He was the husband of Patti B. (Beaudet) Scagliotti with whom she shared 35 years of marriage.
Born in Lynn he was the son of Vincent J. Scagliotti of North Hampton, NH and the late Nathlie (Bettencourt) Labonte. Tony attended Lynn schools, after earning his GED, he joined the US Army for two years. When he returned he worked in the construction industry for Corey Crane in Boston for several years, after leaving Corey Crane he was employed as a boat builder for Boston Boat Works, Lyman Morse Boats in Maine and Chester Port Marina in Chester where he was employed at the time of his death. Tony loved spending time with his friends and family, he was a member of the Lynn Yacht Club and was happy spending time on or working on boats.
In addition to his wife and father he is survived by two daughters Christina Maria Scagliotti-Trumble of Maine, Skye Gunter 0f Maine, one brother Vincent “Scags” J. Scagliotti, Jr of Lynn, two sisters Diane and Paula Scagliotti both of Pittsfield, one grandson Gryphon Scagliotti-Trumble, and three nieces Cynthia Jean, Jill Rae and “Jessie”.
Service Details: A celebration of life will be held for Tony Saturday June 17th from 1:00 - 4:00 PM at the Lynn Yacht Club to which relatives and friends are invited to attend. His ashes will be scattered in the sea, at one of his favorite fishing spots later this summer.