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Thomas G. Dartouzos, Jr.
January 8, 1993 ~ October 28, 2023 (age 30) 30 Years Old
Our beloved Son/Brother Thomas George Dartouzos Jr., 30 of Easton, passed away peacefully on Saturday October 28, 2023 surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Fountain Hill, he was the son of Thomas G. Dartouzos Sr. and Tina (Antoccia) Dartouzos and brother to Neesa Dartouzos, Talia Dartouzos-Torres and Amanda Hensley. He was a graduate of Liberty High School class of 2011, Penn State Lehigh Valley where he was a graduate of the class of 2020 and was currently finishing his Masters of Business Administration Degree. He honorably served our country in the United States Army. Tommy worked for Minerva Uterine Health Company. He had a passion for fitness and he loved to workout, he worked out at a few different gyms, that’s how much he enjoyed it. Tommy also enjoyed playing flag football. When growing up he loved playing sports such as t-ball, baseball, football and basketball. He loved them all, most importantly because he had his dad as his coach for all of them. Tommy and his dad loved to compete against each other on who could do more push-ups. But His favorite thing that he loved doing the most with his dad was just sitting watching sports together. Everything he did he just wanted to make his dad proud. Tommy also loved messing with his sisters and loved to joke around with them and do anything to make them laugh. Besides this, the one thing he always did was protect his sisters. Tommy also had a very special bond with his mom, and one reason was because they both had Cancer and they pushed each other to keep fighting as hard as they could. They even called each other C.B.’s (Cancer Buddies). He always went above and beyond for everyone and always put others first even when he was fighting his own battles. Tommy had a kind, compassionate heart and a zest for life. He was well mannered, intelligent, and very respectful. He was proud of everything that life had to offer. He loved to travel with his fiancé and also his friends and he never said no to any opportunity. He was also looking forward to becoming an uncle in the next couple of months to his younger sisters baby and looking forward to getting to officiate his older sister and her fiancés wedding. He was also looking forward to him getting married in a few months and becoming a husband. He really enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and he always lived life to the fullest. He also really enjoyed spending time with his friends and having a good glass of bourbon with his buddies (The Bourbon Boys.) Tommy loved to dance and he always lit up any room when he walked in, he loved messing with his two brother-in-laws and trying to teach them how to dance. He also was an avid New York Giants fan.
Survivors: He will be remembered by his parents Thomas and Tina Dartouzos, his sisters Neesa Dartouzos and her fiancé Cody Readinger of Mohrsville, Talia Dartouzos-Torres and brother-in-law Justin Torres of Bethlehem, Amanda Hensley of Indianapolis, IN., and his Fiancé Allie Aquino of Easton. And many other family and very close friends.
Services: A memorial service will be held at 2:30pm on Saturday November 4, 2023 at Cantelmi Long Funeral Home, 500 Linden Street Bethlehem, PA. 18018where the family will receive relatives and friends from 1:30pm until the time of the service. Military Honors will conclude services on the front lawn of the funeral home. A memory tribute may be placed at www.Cantelmi funeral home.com