Anthony J. Cumbo obituary – Bucks County Courier Times
Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home
Anthony J. Cumbo
Langhorne – Anthony J. Cumbo, 80, of Langhorne, passed away on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. He was the beloved husband of Sandra L. (Muffett) Cumbo.
Born in Pittston, he was the son of the late Samuel and Agnes (Krumpka) Cumbo.
In his youth, he was part of the Delhaas high school marching band. He learned clarinet and alto sax from Len Pierro and continued to play in dance bands for several years.
He joined the Navy at the age of 17 where he became an electrician and had the opportunity to travel the world.
He and his partners formed an electronics company in Princeton NJ, Princeton Measurements Corporation. Tony was vice president of global R&D magnetometers marketing, manufacturing and sales. He retired 26 years later in 2013.
Tony was a proud and passionate person with a good sense of humor. He loved his family, his friends and the veterans. Helping his family, his sons, his daughter-in-law and his grandsons meant everything to him. He was the chief repairman.
He liked sports cars and motorcycles. He attended the St. Mary Cycle Fest in 2009. He belonged to the Delaware Corvette Club, the Falls Township Rifle and Pistol Association. Member of the Immaculate Conception CYO where he met old friends. Weekly breakfasts with his veteran friends were always fun. Wreaths across America were important to him and to the Bucks County Tour of Honor.
With his wife Sandra, Anthony is survived by two sons, Brian A. Cumbo (Kelly) of Yardley and Kevin M. Cumbo (Colene) of Perkasie; two grandsons, Michael L. Cumbo and Matthew M. Cumbo; and one brother, Ronald Cumbo (Nancy) of Arizona.
Parents and friends are invited to welcome the family on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 from 10:30 am to 11:15 am at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, 81 Swamp Road, Newtown, with funeral mass at 11:30 am. Interment will be held at Washington Crossing National Cemetery in Newtown.
In lieu of flowers, donations can also be made: wreaths across America at Washington Crossing National Cemetery or St. Jude’s Hospital.
Posted on November 30, 2021
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