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Anthony Darrel Longinotti IV

December 23, 1982 June 8, 2023
Anthony Darrel Longinotti IV
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Obituary for Anthony “Tony” D. Longinotti IV

The world lost one of the all-time greats when our beloved husband, father, son, and

brother Anthony Darrel Longinotti IV died June 8, 2023 after a courageous journey

through cancer.

Tony was born December 23, 1982 and grew up in Spokane, WA. His kindergarten

teacher pronounced him “a happy boy” and he was that — his constant smile and

warm personality made him instant friends.

Tony graduated from Saint George’s School and Gonzaga University. He loved sports

and many in the Panorama League remember him. None who saw it will ever forget his

incredible penalty kick that gave SGS their first state soccer championship in 2000.

After college and a brief adventure living in Virginia, Tony wisely moved back to the

PNW and thankfully met the love of his life, Laura, who welcomed Tony’s very close

(some might say overbearing) family, and they married in 2015. Best of friends and

loving partners, they soon welcomed daughter Avery and son Wesley. Laura was Tony’s

guardian angel throughout his illness, and in times of health, they were able to have

many wonderful adventures doing things Tony loved such as camping, travel (including

a particularly fabulous trip to Spain and Italy), and various home improvement projects.

(He never met a tool or gadget he didn’t need to own.) Though their marriage was cut

much too short, they have created a lifetime’s worth of love and memories.

Tony was one of the nicest, most outgoing people, and during his career at URM, he

made many friends he truly loved. We are so grateful for their compassion and caring

during his illness, allowing him to work when able and feel like a valuable member of

the team, and showing just how loved he was.

Thank you to oncology surgery team at CCNW and the entire care team at Deaconess

10 Tower. You gave us the precious gift of time with Tony, and we are grateful.

Tony especially loved his family, and we miss him so very much. Nothing will ever fill

the hole he leaves behind. He is survived by his wife Laura, children Avery and Wesley,

his parents Laurie Sundstrom and Tony and Patty Longinotti, devoted sisters Pia, Cara

and Katie Longinotti, his nephews and niece, his grandfather Charles Pat Lund II, and

many aunts, uncles and cousins. 

We love you Pooh.

Tony’s wife and parents would like to invite his family and friends to join us in

celebrating his too short but wonderful life on Saturday, July 15th, 2023. We will be

having a memorial service at St. John’s Cathedral at 3:00-4:00pm, directly followed by

a celebration of life gathering at Saint George’s School at 4:30pm - 7:30pm. There will

be time for sharing stories, sharing a meal and drinks, and remembering the man we all

miss so much.

Saturday, July 15th, 2023

3:00pm – 4:00pm at St. John’s Cathedral

127 E. 12th Ave

Spokane, WA 99202

*Parking is available in lots on the north side of 13th Avenue, east of Grand Boulevard (just beyond the former Lindaman's Restaurant, or just beyond S. Cowley Street). Street parking is available on the south side of E. 12th Avenue, the east side of S. Cowley Street, and the south side of E. Sumner Avenue (below the Cathedral). Handicapped parking is located on the east end of the building. Driveway access for this small lot is at 12th Avenue and S. Cowley Street.

Saturday, July 15th, 2023

4:30pm – 7:30pm at Saint George’s School

2929 W. Waikiki Rd.

Spokane, WA99208

*Directions: from I-90, take Exit 280A (Maple St.). Take a L onto N Wall St. which turns into Waikiki Rd. At the round-a-bout, take the 2nd turn off to stay on Waikiki Rd. Follow until you see the red SGS signs and take a slight L and another L. You will follow a long driveway through the woods and then enter the main gate. Keep driving straight through campus until you see the white tents on the “graduation lawn”. You may park in any parking lot or along the main street.

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