Obituary: Anthony F. Rivieccio

Anthony F. Rivieccio, at 51
Anthony Francis Rivieccio, of Hull, died unexpectedly at his home Monday, Dec. 24. He was 51.
Born in Boston, he was raised in Hull and was the son of the late Beverly A. Rivieccio. He graduated from Hull High School with the class of 1985.
Following high school, he continued his education and began his career as an accountant. He started his own firm, RTR Tax Service, later to become Revvy Tax Service. He was self-employed and ran his business for more than 25 years. He loved his job and truly enjoyed helping his clients.
In his spare time, Mr. Rivieccio could be found with his beloved son, Anthony. He was so proud of the young man Anthony had grown to be. They would vacation at their condo in Tampa, Fla., where they enjoyed the beach.
Mr. Rivieccio was a phenomenal cook. He was an avid Boston sports fan, but he also became a University of Alabama football fan after his son was accepted to the university.
He was a kind man who lived his life around the pillars of faith, hope, and charity. He always took the opportunity to sponsor youth athletics and donate what he could to other charitable organizations. Mr. Rivieccio was very community-driven and always wanted to help the people around him. His selflessness, kindness, and loving personality will continue through his family and friends. 
He was the devoted father of Anthony J. Rivieccio, of Hull; the dear brother of Joseph Rivieccio, of Medford, and Louis Rivieccio of Hull; and the dear brother-in-law of Maureen Rivieccio, of Hull. He is also survived by many loving extended family members and close friends. He was preceded in death by his brother, Walter Rivieccio.
Funeral services have been held. Memorial donations may be made to Hull Youth Football Association, P.O. Box 492, Hull, MA 02045.