Anthony DiGregorio
Anthony DiGregorio
Anthony DiGregorio
Anthony DiGregorio
Anthony DiGregorio
Anthony DiGregorio

Obituary of Anthony Phillip DiGregorio

Anthony Phillip DiGregorio May 23, 1958 - May 27, 2021

Anthony Phillip DiGregorio, 63, of Oregon City, Oregon died of complications of COVID surrounded by his family. He was born on May 23, 1958 to Angeline and Felix P. DiGregorio in Portland, Oregon.

Tony joined the Marine Corp on October 1, 1976 and was honorably discharged March 5, 1982. During this time he was married to his first wife, Pearl Hendron and had three children Kathleen, Christine & Phillip.In 1992, Tony married Dawn Miner and our beloved little brother, Sam, came along in August of 1999.

Survivors include his wife Dawn DiGregorio, his children Kathleen DiGregorio and her partner John, Christine DiGregorio, Phillip DiGregorio & Samuel DiGregorio and grandchildren Keller and her partner Seth, Destiny, MacKenzie, Isaiah and Anthony.

Tony loved Rendezvous, talking with other people, history, hiking in the Gorge, quading on the Oregon Coast and his family most of all.

While he was friends with many, his best friend from childhood was his brother Bud Compton. As time went on he became close to others he would consider siblings, those being brother Bob Hasting and his sisters Kelly Hasting and Connie Compton. As well as two tenacious nieces who forever referred to him as “Aunty Tony’. He is loved and cherished by all who had the honor of knowing that loving, stubborn, Jackass of a man!

Contributions in Tony’s memory can be made to either Team Rubicon or Wounded Warriors.

Tony will be buried at Willamette National Cemetery and a Celebration of Life will be held at the family home in Damascus.

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