Anthony Michael Zembryski

On November 13th 2022, Anthony Michael Zembryski, age 27, exited from this world to embark on a new adventure that will be filled with love, happiness, and an endless amount of chicken cutlets. Anthony, or most commonly known as “Ant”, “Boy”, or “xAnts”, was born in Secaucus, but was a life long resident of Rutherford where he built countless relationships with beautiful long-lasting memories, sometimes, without even leaving his room to do it.

Although Anthony’s time with us is complete, he won’t be starting his new adventure alone, as he will have the guidance from his grandfather Joseph Zembryski Sr., his great aunt, Marie Burkhardt, and his uncle, Anthony Zembryski.

Anthony had many loving relationships that included his parents, Joseph & Rosemarie nee (Vernola), his brother and sister Joseph Zembryski Jr. & wife Nicole, Gianna Westwood-Booth & husband Adam, by his dear grandparents Louise & Mike Vernola and Betty Zembryski, by his aunts and uncles, Steve & Paula Zembryski, Elizabeth & Nicholas Romito, Janine & Mike O’Connor, Michael & Damaris Vernola, by his nephew Joseph Anthony III, by his girlfriend Jessica, a host of cousins, and countless friends.

Anthony was a warm gentle soul that cared for many people in his own way, which sometimes was humorous in nature. He was the type of person who spent countless hours panicking about what birthday gift to get someone, but then ultimately forgetting to actually give the gift to that person. That’s who Anthony was in many aspects of his life, and it’s also one of the MANY reasons why he was loved, and will be deeply missed.

"A hero need not speak. When he is gone, the world will speak for him." – League of Legends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation held at the Nazare Memorial Home, Inc., 403 Ridge Road, Lyndhurst, on Friday, November 18, 2022 from 4 to 8 pm. All will gather at the funeral home on Saturday at 9am, then to St. Mary's Church, Rutherford, where at 10:30am a funeral mass will be offered.  Entombment, Holy Cross Chapel Mausoleum, North Arlington.  You may express condolences to Anthony's family by using our tribute wall.