Visitation at Funeral Home
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Monday, October 22, 2018
William F. Hogan Funeral Home
135 Main Street
Highland Falls, New York, United States
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Cheryl Conley Krause posted a condolence
Monday, November 5, 2018So sorry to hear, Our sympathies and Prayers are with you all at this time
Michele Echevarria lit a candle
Thursday, November 1, 2018
N Pérez posted a condolence
Monday, October 29, 2018Dear Family: It breaks our hearts when death separates us from our loved ones no matter how young or how old they may happen to be. We are reminded in the Bible that there is One who sees our distress and pain and has promised (soon) that death will be done away with...swallowed up forever. (Isaiah 25:8) He will heal our broken hearts by resurrecting our precious loved ones to life again. (John 5:28, 29) I hope in the days ahead as you reflect on the life of your loved one, and the precious memories left behind, that you will also find much comfort in God's promises to us for the near future, for they will not fail to come true. (Titus 1:2) My deepest sympathy to you.
Karen Ward posted a condolence
Thursday, October 25, 2018So sorry to hear about Angelo...thinking of you all during this difficult time. Angelo was an incredible neighbor and kind person...he makes Highland Falls a wonderful place to call “home!”
Sean and Jenny Sculley posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 24, 2018Dear Tosolini Family, We are a family that is assigned to USMA and we have had the pleasure of speaking with Angelo on occasion over the last two years. We walk our dogs down at South Dock in the mornings and we would encounter Angelo when he walked with Turkey. Angelo was a kind, generous man and we enjoyed the opportunity to talk with him and share a joke or two each morning that we saw him. We will miss him and the joy he brought to us. Sincerely, Sean and Jenny Sculley
Jill A. Sheldon posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 23, 2018To the Tosolini Family, I am so sorry for your loss. May God bless you all during your sad time and always. Jill A. Sheldon
Joseph Perez posted a condolence
Sunday, October 21, 2018The Village of Highland Falls has lost another good man, Angelo Tosolini. We have known each other for over 74 years. In our young years, Angelo and I liked to fish in Roe Park Pond, Fickens Pond and the Highland Falls Brook from 9W flowing down Mountain Ave. through the village down in to the Hudson River. Angelo Tosolini and I worked together for over 30 years in West Point Pipe & Heat Shop. As supervisors, we were responsible for the Heating and Plumbing on Post as well as off Post. His work knowledge, personality, and disposition were outstanding. He was enthusiastic and creative. Many times he solved employee problems, repair work problems as well as new equipment installations. Angelo was always ready to discuss the work to see if we agreed on how to proceed. My time with him was always enjoyable and without disagreement on either side. Angelo often said that he spends more time with me then his wife We traveled together attended off-site training schools retirement parties, and bowled together for many years Upon my retirement party 1999 I said in my speech, if I ever had a brother it would have been Angelo, With tears in my eyes I will say good-bye(Auf Wiedersehen). Your Friend Always Joseph Perez & Family
Joseph Perez lit a candle
Sunday, October 21, 2018
Doreen Linahan posted a condolence
Friday, October 19, 2018I’m so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers. May he Rest In Peace. Condolences The Linahan family
John DeAngelis posted a condolence
Thursday, October 18, 2018To Jan, Eileen and the entire Family - -sad to hear about Angelo he was and is a great man - many prayers during this time...The Lord Is My Shepherd There is Nothing I Shall Not Want....
Todd Schuster posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 17, 2018To Jan, Linda, Cole, Neil and family:What can I say? Angelo was one the best people I have ever been around. We had wonderful times bowling with and against each other down at Bowling Time. The classic leagues were so much fun. Loved talking with him and picking his brain and listening to his stories about the old days at the long defunct Pine Terrace Lanes or at HiTor. I will miss him. May he rest in peace.
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018