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Official Obituary of

Tony Del Curto

February 22, 2024

Tony Del Curto Obituary

Anthony James (“Tony”) DelCurto

Anthony James (“Tony”) DelCurto passed away February 22nd, 2024, at the Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Boise, Idaho.  Tony was born in Baker City, Oregon on May 4, 1955, to Lawrence and Elba DelCurto.  He lived his life primarily in Baker County with extended periods in both Halfway and Baker City. Tony graduated from Pine Eagle High School in 1974, and attended Treasure Valley Community College to study forestry after high school.

After college, Tony worked several years for Ellingson Lumber Company in Baker City before going into ranching with his family in Pine Valley.  While ranching, he also worked for several years on the “trail crew” for the USDA Forest Service Pine District during the spring and summer months.

Tony loved the outdoors and was an avid elk and deer hunter.  He also liked fishing and mushroom hunting in his spare time.  He loved sports and was passionate about his nieces’ and nephews’ school sporting events. Tony rarely missed a game if he was able to attend. He loved the Green Bay Packers, Boston Celtics, and any successful Oregon State Beavers sports team. Some of his most memorable moments would include watching Beaver football games in Corvallis or his trip to the “Frozen Tundra” of Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Tony was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence DelCurto and Elba Pauline DelCurto (Halfway, Oregon), as well as brothers Joseph DelCurto (Baker City, Oregon) and Lorenzo John DelCurto (Imbler, Oregon).  Remaining family include brother Timothy and his wife Tamara DelCurto (Belgrade, Montana), Sister-in-law Lois DelCurto (North Powder, Oregon), as well as nieces and nephews Chad & Kara DelCurto (Richland, Oregon), Rita DelCurto (Pendleton, Oregon), Rob DelCurto (Hermiston, Oregon), Hannah & Sam Wyffels (Belgrade, Montana), Scott and Savannah DelCurto (White City, Oregon), and Molly DelCurto (Belgrade, Montana).

In leu of flowers, the family has suggested donations be made to the Pine Eagle FFA Chapter through Tami’s Pine Valley Funeral Home PO Box 543 Halfway, Oregon 97834.  Online condolences may be shared at www.tamispinevalleyfunerahome.com.   The family has chosen to have a private family service at a date to be determined.

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