Tony earned his undergraduate degree in accounting from Quinnipiac College and his J.D. degree from Syracuse University School of Law.  He served as an Attorney in both New York and Washington D.C.  Since 1983, he has worked in commercial real estate finance and development. In 2000, Tony became the owner of Crown South Realty specializing in multifamily and condominium development and management. As father of 5 children, 4 of whom have juvenile diabetes, he served on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Tony has also been a frequent speaker at JDRF fundraisers across the nation raising more than $5.5 million for the cause. One to always serve his community, Tony has been on the Board of Directors for East Marietta Little League, East Cobb Basketball and was the founder of East Cobb Challenger Baseball for physically and mentally disabled children. With this service record, it is not surprising that he received the volunteer of the year award from the Retarded Citizens of Atlanta organization.  Tony joined the Life House Atlanta team after being introduced to Kathleen by Fred in 2017. Shortly after this introduction, Tony also became a hospice volunteer. Tony was responsible for obtaining the 501c3 status for Life House Atlanta. As the third member of the founding team, he is a strong supporter of Life House Atlanta and is currently a key player in community networking.

Respite and palliative care

for children with life-limiting illness