This Memorial Page Established by-John Hill
In Honor Of Lance corporal Anthony A Dilisio
He was a brave marine a fallen brother who died doing what he loved may he rest in peace
and never be forgotten

July 24, 2010
Aunt Sam
Anthony was my nephew. He was one of kind. He had a passion for the Marines that nobody
could talk him out of.  I will never forget holding him in my arms and him saying to me "Don't
worry Aunt Sam, I will be ok" He knew that was not a promise. But I did not, and everyday I
google his name and find new website dedicated to my little nephew.  My hero, I miss you so
much baby. I love you more than you'll ever know. RIP We Will Never Forget.

July 21, 2010
Dr. James E. DiLisio
I was very saddened to hear of Anthony DiLisio's passing. Although we never knew each
other, I am sure we were related. One year ago another DiLisio, Allessandro DiLisio a
paratrooper in the Italian Army, was also killed in Afghanistan. He too was related. Our folks
all came from the same area of Italy (Avellino Province). They came to the U.S. We are spread
all across the country, but we have a common tie. I live in Maryland, but come from
Swampscott, Massachusetts. It was pleasing to read that Anthony came from a close knit
family. My deepest regrets to all of you in Michigan.....Jim DiLisio, USMC (1970-72).

June 07, 2010
Sheila Turbett
My heart goes out to the family of LCpl Anthony DiLisio KIA Afghanistan. My son, too, was
attached to the 1/6 and was killed February 13, 2010, Cpl Jacob H Turbett. I do not know if
they were buds in those couple of months, or if they knew each other from Camp LeJeune.  
My sincere, deepest sympathies. We will never forget them. They are forever heroes. Semper
Lance Cpl. Anthony A. DiLisio
United States Marine Corp
KIA 30 May 2010, Afghanistan
Sign Guestbook
20, of Macomb, Mich.; assigned to 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II
Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.; died May 30 while supporting combat
operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan.