Anthony Causi Death-Dead: Anthony Causi Obituary, Cause of Death Coronavirus

By John Okoro | April 14, 2020

DEATH -DEAD / OBITUARIES : Anthony Causi has died, according to a statement posted online on April. 12, 2020.

Anthony Causi, a longtime photographer for The Post whose prolific talent and larger-than-life personality made him a fixture in the New York sports world, died Sunday of the coronavirus at North Shore University Hospital. He was 48.

We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.

Anthony Causi, a skilled and popular sports photographer for the New York Post who covered the city’s teams for 25 years, has died from the coronavirus. He was 48. http://apne.ws/mtYT6EF 

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Cause of Death.

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COMMENTS AND REACTIONS 

Abbey Mastracco
Anthony Causi was one of the first people I met in the New York media when I moved from California. The first day of spring training he jokingly told me if anyone gave me problems I should let him know because Italians take care of their own in New York.
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@Joelsherman1
The group that covers baseball at The Post has been blessed to be together for a long time. All the big events together under pressure bond you, and the acts of kindness make you family. Anthony Causi was kind.

Nick Bello
@nbello8
1. The first time I met Anthony Causi was when I was my freshman year. I was shooting a St. John’s men’s basketball game and was shooting on the cameras “sports mode” because I had just started shootings and had no idea what I was doing.

wallace matthews
@OysterBayBomber

At the end of last baseball season I learned Anthony Causi had moved into my town. We were planning at some point to get together for drinks or to shoot pool or something. We never got around to it. So sorry that now we never will. RIP Ant

St. John’s Red White
@StJohnsRedWhite
Our prayers and condolences to #AnthonyCausi, his family and loved ones on his tragic passing. 🙏🏼

Ed Coleman
@eddie_c07
His talent was only surpassed by his heart, his passion and his attention to detail. I will miss his kindness and sense of humor. We will all miss him. RIP Anthony Causi.

Brian Lewis
@NYPost_Lewis
Usually when you call somebody one-of-a-kind, it’s just hyperbole. But in the case of Anthony Causi, it was real. He had this warm, welcoming personality. And it wasn’t fake, or an act; he was just a caring guy. He left us far too soon. Thoughts & prayers go out to his family.

Alana Zahorak
@AlanaZahorak
RIP Anthony, whether you’re a photographer, or sports fan, you’ve seen this guys pictures. He was absolute legend in his domain. #AnthonyCausi

Geoff Magliocchetti
@GeoffJMags
I never had the privilege to have a conversation with Anthony Causi. But I’d be remiss if I didn’t take the time to pay tribute to the great work and impact he left across the New York sports scene. Thank you. RIP.

Metsmerized – Joe D Baseball
@MetsmerizedJoeD
When I first launched MMO and didn’t know any better, I used one of Anthony Causi’s photos without citing him or his permission. He could’ve hammered me but instead he told me about proper protocol and was as nice as he could be about it. From that day forward…
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NYPost_Cannizzaro
@MarkCannizzaro
For weeks, everyone who’s known Anthony Causi has been praying for his recovery. #causistrong has trended on Twitter. He touched everyone he came across, from
@nypost
colleagues and well beyond. His loss today is crushing. All thoughts go out to his family.

Susan Raciti
@susan_raciti
Gas lighting and abuse of truth. A few more VIP’s died from “covid19”, Hal Wilmer 64, Brooke Taylor 79, Ellis Marsalis 85, Anthony Causi 48. and Stanley Chera late 70’s. Now we are supposed to believe there is only one cause of death.

Eddie Kalegi
@EddieKalegi
Wanted to offer my condolences to the family of Anthony Causi. I remember him taking photos each year
@brucebeckcamp
and even helping us with our filming of on-cameras back in NJ. R.I.P

Chris Carlin
@ChrisCarlin
So saddened to hear of the passing of Anthony Causi of the
@nypost
. A terribly tragic loss, a young man of just 48. Deepest condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues.

George Whitbread
@JorgePanBlanco3
The fact that RIP Anthony is still trending in the United States two hours after the news broke just shows how many lives Anthony Causi positively influenced

May he rest in peace

John Flaherty
@flash17yes
Anthony Causi! I did not know you well but when I walked past you you always smiled at me and I always smiled back! I will miss seeing you at the stadium!! RIP and my prayers go out to your girls!

Randy Whitney
@Photo_rand
wow, utterly saddened by the news Anthony Causi passed away. When I worked with MLB at Yankee Stadium he was one of the only people to be real with me and give me honest advice and critique. Thank you for your wisdom and the memories you have captured for millions. RIP Anthony

Zach Braziller
@NYPost_Brazille
Anthony Causi shot a ton of portraits of the area’s top local HS and college athletes we profiled. Frequently parents or players asked for the original pictures and would offer him money for them. He would have none of that. Was so generous and kind.

steven marcus
@newsdayalum
Wisdom from late NY Post sports photographer Anthony Causi: “You can’t depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus.”

Sir William Wondernuts
@WFlomp
I’ve read about a hundred times people posting RIP comments fir sports photographer Anthony Causi. I don’t mean to be shallow, however, most people who wrote these mini obituaries don’t even know who he was. I sure as hell never heard of him, but may he RIP nonetheless

MICHAEL BARRY
@SUPERMIKEY99
I kind of got to know Anthony Causi throughout the years & he even shot action pictures of me at Football & baseball games & we would say hello to each other as he had a funny , but caring persona about him and I will definitely miss him and him not being there will not be right

Greg Logan
@GregLogan1
Spent day working on expense accounts before terrible news of #AnthonyCausi death. Have a lot of data entry ahead. When I finish early Monday, will check on more Anthony tweets to update folks. Small consolation, but #RIPAnthony is No. 1 trend on twitter. Well-deserved.

Paul Schwartz
@NYPost_Schwartz
Giants GM Dave Gettleman starts off his confefence call today by offering “our sincere condolences” to the family of

Andrew Marchand
@AndrewMarchand
I spoke to Bruce Beck and Beck’s NBC camera man Jimmy Roberts about Anthony Causi. It will be out later.

Jason Vassallo
@JKnight_NY
The Mets’s main photographer on the new york post passed away. You captured some of the moments in the last few years that I have been fortunate to see in post-games, thank you for that. Rip Anthony Causi

Allie Zalewski
@adamsandlerskid
To find out that my family friend and photographer, Anthony Causi has died from Covid through a trending hashtag is the worst possible feeling. I regret not going to shoot the Mermaid Parade with him awhile back, and I pray for his kids and the rest of his family Red heart

chelsea
@cee_ryan
Anthony Causi was a kind man and brilliant photographer. One night at work as a broadcast PA, late into a Yankee game, I was standing next to Anthony in the camera well. He says, “You wanna try?” and hands me his camera and instructs me on how and when to take the picture.

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