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Age 94, of Bethel Park, on Monday, March 16, 2020. Beloved husband to the late Elayne K. Clements; loving father of Anthony R. (Laura) Clements, Alicia (David) DeLallo, Matthew (Barbara) Clements, Margaret (Quinn) McCall, Kelly (Lori) Clements, Robert (Chip) Clements; proud grandfather of nine grandchildren, two great-grandsons, and many nieces and nephews. Brother of John (Jackie) Clements, the late Luke Clements and the late Dr. Margaret Merlini. Entombment will be private. Memorial Service and Celebration of Tony's Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, Please add or view tributes at
Published on March 18, 2020


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Mike Clements
Mar 18, 2020
My beloved Uncle Tony. Great man, with great personality, charm, deep sense of loyalty, quick wit and profound love and dedication to his family.

A true representation of an American story, raised by Italian immigrants, hardened by travesties of life, a birth mother lost, and unapologetically, a proud member of America's greatest generation, Pitt Alumni and a big brother to my Dad. A WWII Veteran sent far away to serve, with a steadfast devotion to do whatever, wherever and whenever his country asked. A family man and elder statesmen for the Clements family that forged and built his way to a better life for his kids and their kids and a constant reminder of life's “true currency” o
...f decency, loyalty and familial love. Hurts to have his passing happen so quickly and under the ravages of world gone mad and so soon after my Uncle Luke's passing. And yet, a poignant reminder of life well lived, a good cigar/vino enjoyed, whose legacy and love provide a much needed and timely reminder of the beauty of life, the importance of family, the gift of his legacy, and that these hard times too shall pass and we will persevere. Love you Uncle Tony.Read more
Donna Lohrer
Mar 18, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Tony at ICM School of Business and he was just so nice.