A Bridgeport enterprise proprietor was honored Sunday one 12 months after his loss of life.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal acknowledged the charity work of 53-year-old Anthony Mobilio on the Merton Middle Sunday morning.
Mobilio, the proprietor of Mobilio & Son’s Heating & Cooling, donated a boiler to a nonprofit amongst different beneficiant acts.
“Anthony Mobilio made a distinction. He touched so many lives,” Blumenthal stated. “His boundless generosity is his legacy, and honoring him is such an honor for me.”
Mobilio’s household accepted the dignity and stated they’re grateful for the tribute.
“He was only a nice all-around particular person, and as you may inform, our household’s right here for a purpose—d we’re all right here to assist what he did— and I’ll admit that all of us miss him dearly, however he is a superb particular person throughout,” says nephew Joe Mobilio.
The household says Mobilio was well-known for serving to folks in want and for by no means in search of credit score.