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Antonio Dino Martin Bonanno, Sr.

September 10, 1966 ~ August 14, 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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Antonio Dino Martin Bonanno Sr., age 56, passed away in Columbia, Maryland on August 14th, 2023 due to his battle with cancer.

Born on September 10th, 1966 in Providence Hospital, Washington D.C.; Son of Tony Bonanno and Lynda Quirk Bonanno. Dino lived in Beltsville, Maryland for the entirety of his life and worked for Lennox as regional sales manager until retiring. 

Dino’s primary focus in life was always his incredibly selfless devotion to his family and loved ones. All of Dino’s friends and family knew that they could always depend on him for incredible insight as well as the loving warmth of his heart in any situation. Dino was an intelligent man with an extremely sharp wit and contagious sense of humor that made others cherish simply being in his presence. As an amazing son and inspirational father, Dino always spread an abundance of love by gifting his mother with immeasurable amounts of affection, blessing his family with deep adoration, sharing love with his devoted girlfriend and taking immaculate care of raising his only son.

Survived by mother, Lynda Bonanno; son, Antonio Dino Martin Bonanno Jr.; uncle, Ted (Maggie) Bonanno; cousins: Toni and Ronnie Silber, Bonnie Hiers, Angie Bonanno, Nino Bonanno, and Corina Bonanno; and girlfriend, Deanna Arlotta. 

He is preceded in death by his loving father, Tony Bonanno and his caring brother, Patrick Bonanno.

Dino had many hobbies throughout his lifetime and always had an astonishing ability to naturally excel in anything he set his mind to. He had strived for nothing less than perfection in anything he had ever done. The most consistent of all his versatile specialties was his life-long love of music. Music was always more than just a hobby to Dino.

Dino was an absolute master at his craft as a phenomenal guitarist and had proudly flourished in his dedication since a young child. Like his father before him, music was a passion and an essential piece of his essence that allowed the colors of his beautiful soul to shine and act as the bond that brought family together. Dino will forever continue to keep the bonds of friends and family strong through the examples of love and compassion that he so effortlessly portrayed in his lifetime. His soul and influence will carry on through his loved ones in remembrance of him, as he now rests in peace and tranquility.  

Services include cremation and a small memorial gathering between immediate family members in remembrance of Dino’s wonderful soul.


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