Anh Quoc To, 82, of Morristown passed away on January 2, 2021. Friends are invited to visit at Wm. A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home, 345 Main St. in Chatham, NJ on Friday, January 8th from 4pm to 7pm. Due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, please reserve a spot to attend using the Sign Up Genius link above. Family words of remembrance on Saturday, January 9th at 10am will be live streamed to provide remote attendance via the link above. Guests are invited to join the family at the funeral home on Saturday the 9th at 11am on a procession to Somerset Memorial Park in Basking Ridge for a final farewell.
Born and raised in Hanoi, Vietnam, Anh was the son of Sou Ken Sin and Luc To. Anh proudly served in the Vietnam Navy. Anh aided his mother in her escape when he fled Vietnam during the communist take-over of South Vietnam. Anh’s naval training allowed him to help a large boat of refugees arrive in Hong Kong via celestial navigation. Anh came to the U.S. in 1979. First settling in Jersey City, he worked tirelessly to support his wife and two young daughters. The family purchased a house in Nutley and then a newly built home in Old Bridge, NJ. Anh was the manager of a dry cleaning business in NYC for many years. He enjoyed gardening and photography. He was caring, selfless, humble and strong. He was an integral part of his grandchildren’s daily lives. He loved tending to and watching all the activities of his grandchildren.
Anh was the beloved husband of Van Ly To. He was the loving father of Yen Brady and her husband Jim and Jennifer Vitarelli and her husband Albert. He is also survived by his cherished grandchildren, Samantha and Emma Brady and Logan and Walker Vitarelli. Flowers are encouraged. However, if you would rather a donation, please do so to the Make a Wish Foundation in Anh’s memory, 1702 East Highland Ave., Suite 400, Phoenix, AZ.