Anthony Evaristo

February 11, 1950 - January 18, 2021
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Anthony Evaristo, 70, of Ludlow, passed away on Monday, January 18, 2021.  Son of the late Frank and Frances (Gomes) Evaristo, he was born in Ludlow on February 11, 1950.  A graduate of Cathedral High School, Anthony received his Bachelor’s degree from Providence College and a law degree from George Mason Law School. He retired from Hasbro Inc after many years of service

Anthony is survived by his brother Frank Evaristo and his sister Judy Evaristo, both of Ludlow.

Anthony’s family would like to thank Dr. Siavash Saadat and the Cardiac ICU Unit at Baystate Medical Center for the care and compassion they provided to him.

All services are private. Donations in Anthony’s memory may be made to Christ the King Church, 41 Warsaw Avenue, Ludlow, MA, for parish use only

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Donations in Anthony’s memory may be made to Christ the King Church, 41 Warsaw Avenue, Ludlow, MA, for parish use only.


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Born: February 11, 1950
Died: January 18, 2021

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Dennis L. Thomas Jr., Attorney, Class of 1977 posted on 11/17/23

To a dear friend and a Law School classmate. I can't count the times we had long conversations about life and life experiences. Our study group would not have been the same without you. I regret not keeping up with your journey after graduation. I just learned of your passing. Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and I have always remembered your inviting me to your family's Thanksgiving dinner in Virginia. The stuffed turkey will never be forgotten. I will always remember those days. Rest in peace my old friend.


Primo Ron posted on 10/24/23

In memory of Anthony Evaristo, Primo Ron lit a candle


Mike Williams posted on 7/10/22

Dear Frank and your entire family, As a kid who grew up in the Orchard and attended Cathedral with Tony please accept my belated condolences on his passing. Tony was a quiet guy but you knew he was a good Catholic and a great thinker. May our CHS ‘68 classmate Rest In Peace as he enjoys eternity at the right hand of the Lord.


Judy Evaristo posted on 1/21/22

My sweet brother I miss you very much. I keep looking for you. Miss you turning off my light. I'm sorry that I couldn't make out what you said to me before you left. I'm not over this because it isn't easy. Bill and Carol called on your anniversary they are having trouble with this also. I love you my dear Saint Anthony.


Manny Vaz posted on 1/30/21

I was a classmate of Anthony’s at St. John the Baptist School For 9 years and Cathedral High School for another 4 years. He had a great attitude and earned the Oratory Award our Senior Year. May he Rest In Peace.


Jose and Alice Troche posted on 1/28/21

Tony, We will always remember you. We have lost a great friend but we know you are now at peace. We love you and the family very much. Ali and Jose


Joanne Marin posted on 1/28/21

Tony, we are so sad to hear of your passing. You were loving and so friendly. Our kids loved seeing you and visiting with you, your mom, and Judy. Your family will always be a part of ours. I thank God for his promises and we know you are with our Father in heaven. We love you! The Marin Family


Juanita posted on 1/23/21

Judy and Frank. So sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I have found memories of having coffee with him a Miller's Dairy Bar discussing books with him.


Alita Giber posted on 1/21/21

In memory of Anthony Evaristo, Alita Giber lit a candle


Alita Giber posted on 1/21/21

I will always remember Tony as a kind hearted man and an avid reader who was particularly interested in philosophy and church history. My deepest condolences to his sister Judy. She was a rock throughout his illness. Also, condolences to his brother Frank, other family and friends.


Eva Pires posted on 1/21/21

Hi Judy your Tony is now resting in Peace with your mom. On her special day her birthday, now they will be watching and guiding you and Frankie. I love the picture ❤️❤️??


Lisa posted on 1/21/21

In memory of Anthony Evaristo, Lisa lit a candle


Tammy Lafortune posted on 1/20/21

Judy. Your brother was blessed to have such a loving and caring sister. May Tony hold your beautiful moms hand, as they reunite in heaven. My thoughts are with you.