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Ohio Lanscaping Company Worker, Anthony Monaco Dies



H & M Landscaping company  in Ohio has lost one of their own Anthony Monaco, a true friend loved by many people.

Anthony Monaco died last week, although it was not mention the cause of his death.

According to Ricky Braun who spoke from Facebook revealed that Anthony was the best, dude and probably the most genuinely kind person he knew.

Anthony Manaco before his death worked at H&M Landscaping, a full Service Landscaping and Landscape design firm in Ohio.

He went to Solon High school In Cleveland and also studied EMT-P at the Parma Community General Hospital.

Many folks who where  devastated by the sudden death of Anthony has started dropping their heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family of Anthony Monaco.

Toini DiBacco Tritto a friend of the deceased   described Anthony as a friend who brought joy to everyone in his tribute which he shared on Facebook reads:

“I couldn’t believe the news today. You were a joy to everyone who ever knew you. Sending prayers to your beautiful family”

Ricky Braun also penned down his tribute:

“Don’t think I’m ever going to understand this. I think I have this hope that none of this is real, that you’re going to read this and just laugh.
You were the best, dude. Probably the most genuinely kind person I knew. It isn’t right that this happened, and the world is worse off without you. I’ll miss you, buddy.”

From Brandon Hoover:
“I’m going to miss stopping to catch up with you every time we were working close to each other or driving past each other working. The good times working at signature together and talking about how much of a perfectionist we are in our industry. You always worked your ass off and it showed big time! You will never be forgotten brother. Love you.”

From Jeremy Sussel:

“I want my friend back. You lifted me up so many times and i hate not being able to do it for you. I love you brother. This world lost one of its best people and best smiles.”

From Tony Grisanti:

“Going to miss seeing you around man, glad to have grown up with you, and went to college in the same dorms. You were always fun to hang out with, we had some good times. Love ya brother.”

His Funeral and burial is yet to be announced from his family.



  1. Alfredo Cognati

    June 3, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    I am so so sorry for your loss my kids were devastated as I just couldn’t believe it I still can’t believe it my prayers go out to your family and Anthony’s wife and child it’s very hard to believe I could only imagine the devastation that you’re feeling as a family love and prayers always

  2. Cristina

    June 4, 2020 at 1:23 am

    I’m still in disbelief. Always love you Anthony!

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