Anthony D. Corso, age 73, of Burlington, passed away at the Lahey Clinic Medical Center on Monday May 9th. Born and raised in Medford he was the son of the late Anthony and Helen (Strazzulla) Corso.
Anthony graduated Matignon High School and Northeastern University. Tony proudly served in the army National Guard for six years. A registered pharmacist, Tony began his career at Dale Pharmacy in Burlington. After some years there, Tony became the pharmacist at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford. An avid bowler, Tony played for most of his life and even appeared on and won on the famed Candlepins for Cash TV show. Tony enjoyed baseball and football and spending time with family and friends at the beach on Cape Cod. He and his late beloved wife Donna also enjoyed regular trips to Bermuda. They also cherished their pet Cocker Spaniels.
The beloved husband of Donna J. (Wininger) Corso who passed away this past March, Anthony was the dear brother of the late Robert I. Corso and Ann D. Bennett. He leaves his devoted nieces and nephews Christine Paulik, Andrea Strokus, Helen Politano, William Bennett and Anthony Bennett. He also leaves many great nieces and nephews.
Family and friends may visit at the Dello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main St., Medford on Monday, May 16 from 10 – 11 AM followed by a funeral mass celebrated at St. Joseph Church 118 High St., Medford at 11:30 AM. Services will conclude with burial at Oak Grove Cemetery.