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Anthony S. “Tony” Muollo, Jr.

A private Visitation & Funeral Service was held due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for Anthony S. “Tony” Muollo, Jr., who died on Wednesday, January 12th at his residence following a brief illness, he was 66 years old.

Anthony  began his life as a resident of Everett and later moved with his family to Revere at the age 7. He then became a lifelong resident of Revere, where he was raised & educated.  He was an alumnus of Revere High School, Class of 1973. He went on to pursue his education at Suffolk University in Boston and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. Anthony began his career by working for Care About Now as an Outreach Co-coordinator, establishing two new programs in Revere and Winthrop, specializing in individual counseling, group and family counseling, as a drug counselor specialist.  He wrote and published informative material used within the school system to educate and advise for the prevention of  drug abuse for at risk youth.   Anthony furthered his career at  D.A.R.E., where he worked closely with the Director of the Department of Youth Services and Psychiatric Nurses in core evaluations, education plans, individual, family and group counseling for crisis intervention,  where he helped and offered encouragement to troubled youths. Anthony was inspirational and was dedicated to helping and shaping an important cause. Anthony later desired to try a new career path and became an insurance sales agent; he did that for a while before shifting to automotive sales. He later decided to go on his own, and again shift careers paths. He and his fiancé, Dawn Jeffries, owned & operated the D.A.M. Dart Depot located on Revere Street. They enjoyed operating their business for 21 years and meeting so many people, of which, some would become close friends.  On October 14, 2020, Anthony lost his best friend and fiancé, Dawn to her battle with lung cancer. Anthony was heartbroken and then he closed the business. Anthony was a man who loved life and the outdoors. He loved to go camping, hunting & fishing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Anthony took pride and care in taking his nephews and his niece on their first camping adventure, teaching each of them to fish.  He instilled a love of camping and the great outdoors in each of them. Anthony was also a self-taught Martial Arts enthusiast, which was one of his lifelong passions.

He is the beloved son of Dorothy (Maffeo) Muollo of Revere & the late Anthony S. Muollo, Sr. He is the loving fiancé of the late Dawn M. Jeffries. The cherished brother of Donna M. Muollo of Revere, Karen A. McGonagle & husband William “Bill” of Plymouth & Christopher C. Muollo & wife Patricia “Patty” of Groveland. He is the treasured uncle of Sean W. McGonagle & Joseph W. McGonagle, both of Plymouth, Maegan D. Muollo – Diaz & husband Rauly of Dracut & Christopher A. Muollo of Groveland. He is also lovingly survived by his faithful feline companion; “Ziggy Bear” & the late “Hunni-Bear” & “Bubba Lou”. Anthony is also survived by many friends & other loving family members.

Remembrances may be made to MSPCA-Angell, Attn: Donations, 350 South Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02130.


Funeral Services were Private.


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  1. Mark Tosi
    Aug 10 2022

    In this time of Covid-19 and other matters, I found out my big brother had passed. At first I shed a tear, then smiled when I remembered our first time meeting in Newburyport. I didn’t want no stinkin’ big brother but the I began to look forward to your visits. You took me camping & fishing, took me and my brother Scotty, blasting. So much fun. I still remember the very first tent I ever had, given to me by you. As the years passed, we kinda lost touch and then I ran into you in Revere. It was nice to reconnect and meet Dawn (RIP) and learn things about darts I never knew. You were always the teacher, I the student. I will miss you Tony, there’s not to many mentors like you left in the world. I was blessed to have known you. Love, your “little brother” Mark.

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