Anthony Vincent Crouthamel

It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of Anthony Vincent Crouthamel of Lake Mary, Florida on March 21, 2024. Born on June 20, 1962 in Harrisburg, PA to the late Robert and Margaret (Leo) Crouthamel.

Tony is survived by his two sons Ryan Anthony Crouthamel and Austin Robert Crouthamel (fiancée Jayce Alisabeth Stone) of Florida; sisters Roxane Marie Schellenberger of Harrisburg, PA and Julie Ann Thomas (husband George) of Bel Air, MD; nephews and niece Cory Schellenberger, Megan and Shawn Thomas; and great nephews, Journey and Oliver Schellenberger.

Tony enjoyed a successful 30 year career in medical sales by working his way from Medical Technician to Regional Vice President. His dedication and knowledge earned him the respect from colleagues and clients.

Tony was always on the go but made time to have fun and relax. He thrived on making other people laugh and have a great time no matter where they gathered together. Fishing was a quiet time whether it was at a small pond in Florida, a large lake in Wisconsin or the ocean in Charleston. Tony loved going to yard sales, watching movies and working in his yard. Every Saturday in the Fall you would find him in front of the TV watching Notre Dame football.

There are no words to describe how amazing Tony was as a father and the love we had for him. No matter the time or day he was always there for us without question. His willingness to help us both and guide us through life will forever be cherished. It can’t go without saying his humor brightened ours and everyone’s life around him. We will go on every day to make him proud and continue his legacy of kindness and love for others.

Tony, our brother, was our everything. He was the bright light that shined in our lives to give us happiness, laughter, love and strength. His smile was a treasure all on its own and his tender heart was there for us whenever we needed it.

Tony’s vibrant smile and gentle spirit lit up every room he entered, making all who knew him feel loved.

Tony leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter and making people happy.

A funeral mass will be held at St. Margaret Church 141 Hickory Avenue Bel Air, MD on Friday, April 26, 2024 at 10:00 a.m.

A Celebration of Life will take place immediately following at MaGerk’s Pub and Grill 120 S. Bond Street Bel Air, MD. The family invites friends to wear a shirt to the celebration that reflects cherished memories and special times spent with Tony.

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