Anthony G. Damico
Lord Angus Blackmoor
Signore Antonio de’Medici
September 23, 1964 – March 1, 2011
Anthony “Tony” Damico was born September 23, 1964. He was a lifelong resident of Crockett, CA and passed away suddenly at home on March 1, 2011. Deeply missed by those he leaves behind: mother Gerry Damico, longtime girlfriend Stacy Greene, sisters Paula Ball (Dan) and Lisa Gearhard (Paul), Aunt Mildred Johnson, niece Allison Ball, nephews Matthew Ball, Jacob and Sam Gearhard, the “best cats in the world” Kate and Spencer, and countless friends and extended family members. Tony is predeceased by his father George Damico. Tony lived life to the fullest, with no regrets, always in the moment. He lived his life by his own terms and his own rules, and he was always true to himself and his friends. He enjoyed cooking, relaxing at the cabin, a good steak, Anchor Steam beer, Miami Dolphins football, Oakland A’s baseball, rolling dice, four-wheeling, camping, skiing, trips to Tahoe, a spirited argument, classic rock, bluegrass and classic country music, and Western movies, especially John Ford and John Wayne movies. He and Stacy were previously members of St. Andrew’s Noble Order of Royal Scots where Tony portrayed Mary Queen of Scots Royal Guard Halberdier Lord Angus Blackmoor and later a ambassador from the Vatican, Signore Antonio de’Medici at Scottish Games and Renaissance Faires throughout northern California. He graduated from John Swett High School, class of 1982. He was a member of the Crockett Striped Bass Club, E Clampus Vitus (Chapters 1849 and Outpost 1805), and Operating Engineers Local 3. Family and friends remembered Tony at a gathering at the Boy Scout Hall in Crockett, CA on Sunday, March 20, 2011. Tony’s imagination, vitality, and enthusiasm for life continues to be a gift to all who knew him.