Taken too soon, the famous and beloved photographer Anthony Causi is among the one who sadly couldn't make it after battling the pandemic COVID-19. But, what an excellent and gifted artist he was for his years of outstanding contribution in his respective field.
The New York Post photographer who as well as was popular for other news columns, Anthony Causi became an angel after he finally lost the battle to Coronavirus on 12th April at his hometown in New York.
Anthony Causi was a photographer of 25 years for the New York Post.
Source: New York Post
Causi was only 48 at the time when he took his last breathe. As the world is aware fighting such life-threatening virus that has no cure till date wasn't easy, Causi was still in his best self. Less than three weeks ago his death on 22nd March, the Brooklyn native shared a selfie from his hospital bed with a oxygen mask on.
In his words, Causi captioned the picture on a serious tone with "
I never thought I would get something like this.i thought I was indestructible. If I do make it out of here. I promise you this the worlds not going to know what hit it,"
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Causi was being treated at the North Shore University Hospital on Long Island. And, upon his death, many friends in the media and celebrities shared their condolences including journalist Sweeny Murti. Multiple billboards were also seen in honor of the late photographer in New Jersey.
Although Causi kept much details to his personal life closer to his vest from the prying eyes of the public, he left behind his dearest wife, Romina Causi, he married eight years ago at Glen Harbour Club New Rochelle in 2012. Causi is also a father to two kids, as per Buzzfeed.
Anthony Causi died from Coronavirus in New York at 48.
Source: Daily Mail
Mrs. Causi, a graduate of Hofstra University where she studied Speech and Hearing Sciences is also the mother of Anthony's two little children, an elder son, John Causi, 5, and a younger daughter, Mia Causi, 2, he loved so as a father. For Anthony, it was sort of love at first sight when he met his future wife.
It was indeed a strong feeling and connection he had never felt before. With Romina, the photographer was just so sure that it was with her he wanted to marry and have children. And he did when all of his dreams came true. Not to mention, close friend describes their wedding as one of the bests with the best food and the one where the guests were never not dancing.
Of course, as a father when he was battling for life at the hospital with a body temperature of 104 degrees during his last days, one thing Anthony was constantly worried was about the future of his two offsprings. And close one has mentioned he was indeed always worried about not being a great father to them.
Anthony Causi as seen with his wife and children.
Speaking more of Romina who attended Benjamin N. Cardozo High School, she also earned a Doctor of Audiology degree from the prestigious Osborne College of Audiology. She currently works as an audiologist at a New Hyde Park based clinic.
Most recognized for taking some of the best perspectives of the Yankees, Anthony Causi was only 23 when he was appointed as the photo editor for the New York Post in 1994 shortly after finishing his college.
Taking the ladder of his career, Anthony then was promoted to a full-time photographer who would later take really great photographs of teams including the Rangers, Mets, Knicks, Giants, Lakers, and Jets.
Speaking of which, his treasurous works can be reference with games between Jets and Giants at Meadowlands and Knicks and Rangers at the world's famous arena, aka Madison Square Garden.
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Causi, however, was well known among the other news outlets and companies as his pictures also appeared in other publications including Newsday, to name a few. And, Causi who served for the Post where its photographer makes $58,000 per year on the average, for 25 years must have generated a net worth of no less than $200,000.
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