Anthony J. "Tony" Trezza

  • Died: September 1, 2021
  • Location: Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

D'Anjolell Memorial Home of Broomall

2811 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008
Tel. (610) 356-4200

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather & Brother

TREZZA 1922-2021

Anthony J. Trezza "Tony", age 98, on Sept. 1, 2021 of Valley Forge, PA.

Predeceased by his wife Janet M. (nee Morell) Trezza.

Survived by his children Scott A. Trezza, MD and June (Bruce) Eisenhard, his Granddaughter Mary Eisenhard, his sisters Marie Trezza and Edith Gurcsik, his nieces Nancy Stevenson, Lisa Gurcsik and Joanne Kasander and sister-in-law Mildred Trezza.

Tony served in the Army Air Corps in WWII. After serving his country, he attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He had a long and successful career as a Creative Director in advertising. After he retired, he pursued his passion for marble sculpture, studying with master sculptors in Italy. He leaves a legacy of beautiful artwork in many forms: paintings, wood carvings and bronze and marble sculptures.

Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing Tuesday Morning Sept. 7th; 9:00-9:45 a.m. followed by his Funeral Mass 10:00 a.m. ALL IN CHURCH at St. Isaac Jogues Church 50 W. Walker Rd. Wayne, PA 19087. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Thank you all for the nice words about our Dad. He was one of a kind, for sure, always had us laughing

Posted by June Eisenhard - Family   September 14, 2021

Tony lit the world with his great artwork but he left an even greater legacy with the humor and warm relationships he shared with family and friends. I felt priviledged to be among them.

Posted by Paul Prestia - Sanibel, FL - Friend   September 09, 2021

Glad I was able to be there for Tony's funeral and internment. Very impressive military honors at the burial. So happy to have met other Trezza family members and heard new stories about Tony and Vic in their wild college days! Prayers and condolences to June and Scott.

Posted by Ken Fanelli - Ranson, WV - Family Friend   September 08, 2021

Mr. Trezza was always very kind to me, and I will always remember him for that kind nature and his artistic talent, which I greatly admired. How fortunate you all have been to have had him around for so long. He will be missed, and I will think of him, and all of his family, when I'm up on The Mountain in Valley Forge! With respect and regards, Peter Brown

Posted by PETER BROWN - Phoenixville, PA - Family Friend   September 07, 2021

I hope his passion and creativity continue into the next life, he was the best.

Posted by Ronald Fanelli - Philadelphia, PA - Family Friend   September 06, 2021

I came to know Tony later in life as an artist. A group of us sculptors would meet for lunch periodically to ‘talk art’ and share details of our current projects and recent travels. Thank you Tony for the lunches, the laughs and the support. Most of all, thank you for sharing your beautiful visions in marble.

Posted by Katherine Stanek - Friend   September 05, 2021

Thank you for sharing your art with me Tony. I am blessed to have crossed your path. Go dance with your wife now, she's been waiting for you!

Posted by Paul Maina - Barnegat, NJ - Family   September 04, 2021

Tony was a one of a kind. A true artist. He is the end of an era of all my parent's friends. He will be missed.

Posted by Richard Fanelli - Alexandria, VA - Family Friend   September 03, 2021

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A remarkable human being... He won the game called life.