It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Anthony G. Pagano Sr., a devoted husband, father, and United States Army Sergeant. Anthony passed away on May 15, 2023 leaving behind a legacy of honor, selflessness, and love.Tony was born on September 8, 1983 in Michigan where he grew up and developed a strong sense of duty and service. He joined the United States Army and served his country for twelve years, earning numerous awards and commendations for his bravery and dedication to his fellow soldiers. Tony’s love for his family was unparalleled. He was a loving and supportive husband to Lachanae Pagano and a devoted father to his three amazing children. He always put his family's needs before his own and wanted nothing more than to see them happy and thriving. Tony was known for his infectious smile and warm personality. He had a way of making everyone feel comfortable and welcomed, even strangers. His kindness and generosity touched the lives of so many, and his loss will be felt deeply by all who knew him. Despite facing numerous obstacles in his life, Tony never gave up. He remained strong and resilient, always pushing through and inspiring others to do the same.Tony’s passing leaves a void in the lives of all who knew him, but his legacy of love, honor, and selflessness will live on. He will always be remembered as a true hero, both on and off the battlefield. Tony is survived by his wife of 11yrs, Lachanae Pagano; three children, Anthony Gaetano Pagano Jr, Leigha Olivia Gianni, and Linkin Ace Amoré Pagano. His parents, Joseph and Sharon Pagano, two brothers, Joe J. and Greg Pagano, and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. Rest in peace, Tony. You will be forever loved and missed. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Celebration of Tony's Life on Monday, May 22, 2023 at Blanc and Brick, 2144 First Street, Slidell, LA 70458 beginning at 10 am with Military Honors.