Anthony A. “Popsy”, “Tony” Calvaresi, 83, a resident at the Highlands at Wyomissing and formerly of Exeter Township, passed away Tuesday, April 11, 2023 at Penn State Health-St. Joseph Hospital. He was the husband of the late Beverly A. (Schilling). They shared 62 wonderful years of marriage. Mr. Calvaresi was a 1958 graduate of Reading High School and was a member of Saint Catharine of Siena Roman Catholic Church. He was employed by Firestone Tire & Rubber, Pottstown for 23 years as a tire builder and then was employed by Dietrich Milk Products for 13 years as a lab technician until his retirement. Mr. Calvaresi enjoyed his time as a little league coach for Exeter and also enjoyed hunting, fishing, bowling, shopping for deals and spending time at Camp Chile. But most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was a loving and loyal father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. He was an inspiration to everyone he met, and always had a smile on his face. In his words, “I had a beautiful life”. Mr. Calvaresi is survived by his children Sheri Linn Ettaro wife of Mark A. Ettaro of Exeter Township and Dean A. Calvaresi husband of Tracy A. Calvaresi of Hatfield, PA and his grandchildren Nicole L. Angstadt wife of Andrew J. Angstadt; Dr. Matthew A. Ettaro husband of Lauren N. Ettaro; Noah D. Calvaresi; Carina B. Calvaresi; Cassandra R. Calvaresi and his twin great grandchildren Harper and Carson Ettaro. Mr. Calvaresi is also survived by his sister Theresa Ann Delich wife of Donald Delich of Palmerton, PA and was preceded in death by his brothers Adam Calvaresi husband of Jacqueline Calvaresi of Reading and Anthony Calvaresi, Sr. husband of the late Julia Calvaresi.
A private Mass of Christian Burial will be held at the Chapel of Resurrection at Gethsemane Cemetery at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers contributions may be to Saint Catharine of Siena Roman Catholic Church 2427 Perkiomen Ave. Mount Penn, PA 19606 in memory of Mr. Anthony A. Calvaresi. Bean Funeral Home, 1605 Rockland Street, Hampden Heights is in charge of arrangements and online condolences may be made at www.beanfuneralhomes.com