Anthony Corrao
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"Tony Bones"was a local musician for more than 45 years. He started playing drums since the age of 12 and was a member of many local bands in the South Jersey area such as Chalice, Changing Winds, Mad Laughfer, Kneecap Brothers, Mythology Bullfinch and most recently Psychodilic Elders. Tony enjoyed camping and being with his family. Over the years he has been a Mentor to both his son Mike and many up and coming musician. He was very good at working with his hands and could fix anything. He will be missed by all he came in contact with him.

Obituary of Anthony J. Corrao

Anthony J. Corrao, "Tony Bones" of National Park died suddenly on April 25, 2016, at age 63.

Beloved life partner of Patty A. Sell of National Park. Devoted son of Michael A. Corrao of National Park. Dear brother of Phyllis M. Girgenti of Waterford Works, Camille L. Garza of Pinellas Park , FL and Joseph V. Corrao of National Park. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

"Tony Bones" was a local musician for more than 45 years. He started playing drums since the age of 12 and was a member of many local bands in the South Jersey area such as Chalice, Changing Winds, Mad Laughter, Kneecap Brothers, Mythology Bullfinch and most recently Psychedelic Elders. Tony enjoyed camping and being with his family. Over the years he has been a Mentor to both his son Mike and many up and coming musician. He was very good at working with his hands and could fix anything. He will be missed by all he came in contact with him. Tony was cremated and his family is planning a memorial service at a later date.

"Tony Bones"was a local musician for more than 45 years. He started playing drums since the age of 12 and was a member of many local bands in the South Jersey area such as Chalice, Changing Winds, Mad Laughfer, Kneecap Brothers, Mythology Bullfinch and most recently Psychodilic Elders. Tony enjoyed camping and being with his family. Over the years he has been a Mentor to both his son Mike and many up and coming musician. He was very good at working with his hands and could fix anything. He will be missed by all he came in contact with him.

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