Please consider donating any amount to help our club operate and work with youth and give scholarships to those seniors who qualify. All donations are tax-deductibleFOR FISHING VIOLATIONS CALL DEC DISPATCH AT 877 457-5680
Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at the West Endicott Fire Station 2nd floor, 113 N. Page Ave. Meeting at 7 pm. There is no elevator. Check the calendar for changes. Parking must be on the street. We now have a table to sell your fishing items or donate to the club. Bring items you want to clean out. The table will be active throughout the meeting starting at 6:30 pm.
Tony was a member of our club and was involved in our activities and fishing adventures.
Anthony (Tony) Massar was born in Binghamton NY. He passed unexpectedly on August 18, 2023. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Genevieve Massar and brothers Infant James and Joseph. He is survived by his siblings Mary Ann Massar, Angela Nemconsky and James (Jack) Massar, nephews and nieces Joseph and Trish Massar, Jeff “Woodrow” and Kristen Wilson, Lisa Wilson, Jeannie Nemconsky, Anthony and Kara Massar, Kimberly and Kevin Collins, his 96 year old aunt Connie Caldwell in Medina, NY as well as several cousins, great nieces and nephews, great great nieces and nephews and friends.
Tony graduated from Binghamton Central, Broome Community College and LeMoyne College. He was a labor relations specialist working in several states which fueled his passion for the outdoors. Tony was a former Binghamton City Councilman for 8 years and was involved in many local projects. He was a proud “First Warder” and an avid fisherman and hunter. He was a self proclaimed expert in fly fishing, traveled with his fly fishing club and would tell anyone who would listen about his excursions. He referred to the outdoors as his piece of Heaven.
Tony was always active. Through his mentor, Hidy Ochiai, he earned his black belt certification in karate. He also loved to golf, tell jokes and tease.
Visitation………”A heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others”-The Wizard of Oz.
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THE WINNER OF THE CUSTOM ROD IS KEN KURACINA. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Our next scheduled Meeting is September 21st
Our Mailing Address
712 Elm St.
Endicott NY 13760