Brooklyn Justice Anthony Cutrona Dies at 74

, New York Law Journal


Justice Cutrona, who sat in the Brooklyn Supreme Court's Mental Hygiene Part, died on Jan. 16. He had served on the bench for 14 years, beginning his last two-year certificated term on Jan. 1.

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  • Marty Bevilacqua

    Judge Cutrona was a true gentleman. He lived a dignified life, serving the judicial system, his family, the Columbian Lawyers Association, the Christian Brothers and more. He championed the La Salle Military Academy Alumni Association, whose members are heartbroken over his loss. He inspired all the lives he touched!

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