Anthony Joseph Guarisco, Jr

By August 4, 2014 Obituaries

Anthony Joseph Guarisco, Jr, 60, of North Charleston, died Friday. Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services, North Charleston, SC.


  • Dennis Forsberg says:

    It was with deep sadness to hear of Anthony’s passing. While many used his nickname “Tony”, I called him
    Anthony, which was the name I knew him from since first grade at Nativity and through the BE years. I lost touch with Anthony after high school graduation, but was very happy to see his smiling face and chat with him at BE during the years my girls attended. He obviously touched many lives during his time at BE. May he rest in peace.

    Dennis Forsberg

  • joey luhrs says:

    I am really sad to hear about Tony. I started in first grade with him at Nativity and went all the way through Bishop England with him. I will always remember him as a person who was ready to tell you his latest joke. He had a great since of humor that kept me laughing all the while we talked. He will be missed. Rest in Peace.

  • Joyce "Garrett" Bailey says:

    I was sad to hear of the loss of Anthony. I remember Anthony’s smile as he greeted me in the halls of BE when my children were there. He seemed to know who everyone’s kids were and you kinda felt like he was looking out for them in his own way. God bless his soul.

    Joyce “Garrett” Bailey – BEHS – Class of ’72

  • Dale Oliver says:

    Tony (Anthony) was my best friend in high school. We didn’t always keep in touch,but every time we got together, it was like we hadn’t really been apart. I will miss him dearly. To all his family, you are in my prayers during this time of mourning,and I will continue to pray for you that as life goes on, only the good memories remain with you. May our Almighty God now hold Anthony in the palms of His hands!!

  • Angela Lewis says:

    To Tony’s family — please know that many of his Bishop England classmates are thinking of him with fondness today.

    Angela B. Lewis
    Class of 1972

  • susan bowler says:

    It was my honor and good fortune to go to high school with Tony. Tony was fun and funny and generous and kind to so many of us at BE! God bless you and keep you, Tony, and provide solace to your family at this most difficult time. As my old Irish granny used to say, one more friend in heaven.

  • Dan Machowski says:

    I am blessed to have known Tony since the first grade and through high school at Bishop England.
    Tony was always smiling and laughing when we met and always seemed to know what was up with all of our classmates.
    He also was on top on how the BE Sailing Team was doing and always wanted to know more.
    I will miss him in the halls of BE each time I pass through them.
    God Bless and Rest in Peace.

  • Charlie Geilfuss says:

    I had the pleasure of knowing Tony during our high school years at BEHS. I hadn’t seen Tony since graduation, but ran in to him at BE during the years attended by my daughters. We spent a long afternoon one day catching up on the years. I will miss seeing him there.

  • Amy Johnson says:

    I was a co-worker of Anthony’s at Bishop England, going back to the freshman building on Calhoun Street. He always had a kind greeting for everyone. He cared about his job, his co-workers and the students. He was proud to be an alumni of Bishop England.

    Anthony was gifted mechanically,and he made the campus a better place by his being here.

    I am happy that he is no longer suffering. May God bring comfort to his family and friends.

  • Barry Campbell says:

    It is with much sadness that I learn of Tony”s passing. I’m a classmate of his at Nativity and Bishop England. Tony was always a pleasure to be around and brought laughter to all. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. May God be with you during this difficult time