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LYNDHURST: 5236 Mayfield Road  ,   OH 44124.
CLEVELAND: 2110 Murray Hill Road, OH 44106.


Our beloved father and papa, Tony Kellers, age 75, passed away on September 25, 2020. 

He is survived by his love, Joanna (Joni) Lucarino, his son, Anthony (wife Desiree), daughter,

Nikki Brown (husband Jerry), grandchildren, Elle and Joseph Kellers, brother, Michael, and

countless friends whom he cherished. Tony was an accomplished landscape architect.

Founding Natural Designs in the early 1980s, he continued working joyfully until his death.

He was a passionate volunteer whose work in Little Italy, St. Augustine’s, and Cornerstone of Hope

was honored over many years. Tony will always be remembered for his compassion, his generosity,

and his love of people and community.


A private Mass of Christian Burial will be held  at Holy Rosary Church Cleveland.

The family respectfully requests invited guests only. 


We are planning a special event to benefit the causes he furthered, post-Covid (next year hopefully), that will

commemorate Tony’s life properly: a celebration befitting a man who spent his life in the fellowship and service

of others, a giant gathering where family, friends, and community can properly come together, hug each other,

cry together, laugh together, tell (and re-tell) stories of this special man we all loved so much. In other words,

the true blow-out bash he deserves. To mark the end of a time of loss, isolation, and separation, to embrace togetherness,

to honor everything Tony was and what each of us can strive to be. We hope you’ll join us then.

9 Replies to “TONY KELLERS”

  1. Susan Delaney says:

    My sympathies… Such a loss for so many of us …..such cool guy!!!

  2. Tony and Kathy Alesci says:

    Please accept our sincere sympathy on the passing of Tony. He will always be remembered as an exceptionally awesome individual. Tony and Kathy Alesci

  3. Carol Caticchio Calta says:

    So sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Please accept my condolences. Your Dad was my cousin and your Mom and I are friends forever.

  4. Angela Duda says:

    I am so sad to hear of Tony’s passing. He was always so pleasant and happy. My deepest sympathy to his family

  5. Rick Consolo says:

    My condolences on the passing of a great gentleman. I am a better person having been in his company over the years. There is no better example of the type of human we should strive to be – kind, courteous, confident, sincere, devout, and wise. I will miss you greatly my friend. I know you are being rewarded in heaven for the great faith and charity that identified and exemplified your life. God bless you Tony.

  6. Ben and Lorrie Haberman says:

    Tony…A Friend to all he met. He always had a smile and warm greeting for You. Lorrie and I will always have a special place in our hearts for Your partially being responsible for our meeting. He was very gracious by asking if he may design the back yard landscape of our first home. We already miss You and our only regret was not being able to say, “Good Bye”…

  7. Kathy Tropiano says:

    i am truly saddened by the passing of TK I was always happy to see his great smile and share laughs with him. My sincerest condolences to his family. RIP friend.

  8. Matthew Mooney says:

    Nikki, Anthony and Michael,
    Please know how sorry we all are to hear the news of your dear Father/Brother passing away. He will always be an amazing memory to us all. You are in our prayers!
    The Mooney Family

  9. Diana says:

    We miss you, Tony!!!

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