Anthony Griffin Obituary, Death – Anthony Griffin, also known as Big Ant in Hartford, passed away not too long ago, but I just found out about it very recently. In Hartford, he was known as “Big Ant.” To begin, I would like to express my deepest sympathies to all of his close friends and family members who will be grieving his loss. Anthony and I have been close friends ever since 1993, the same year that I began hosting my radio show “Mink in the Morning!! “. Not only was he one of the first people to back my show, but he also served as an underwriter for it! When I worked at Anthony’s Clothing, which was located on Barbour Street, my coworkers included Pops and Roger Griffin.
I logged a significant number of hours at the business. In point of fact, Ant was the one who put me in touch with Ellis Echevarria, the designer of my Golden Classics Sweatshirts, which I then proceeded to sell out of his store after he had introduced us. My closet, along with the closets of all the other people in Hartford, is still stuffed to the brim with clothing that originated in Heaven or Hell! I collaborated with him to establish his Ant Curriculum, which he subsequently used to assist in preparing the youth of Hartford for entry into the workforce or for the start of their own firms. I helped him.
We worked together to produce a lot of concerts, and I was also a contributor to the development of his Ant Curriculum. Whenever I went to Hartford, one of the first places that I went to was always Anthony’s Clothing. I made it a point to get there each and every time I was in the city. Without you in it, this planet is going to have a very difficult time carrying on as normal. You have my sincerest condolences, my dear brother!