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Last month, with deep sadness and heavy hearts, the firm of Floyd Skeren Manukian and Langevin announced the death of our colleague and friend, Anthony (Tony) Macauley, who passed away on Saturday May 11, 2024. His cause of death was cardiac related and was unexpected.

He was survived by his wife, Nancy and one brother Ben Gulli and his wife Kim and their two children, Max and Hana.

The services of Anthony Macauley have now been scheduled, will be held on Saturday, June 29th at 4pm at:

– – Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden
– – 270 Arlington Dr, Pasadena, CA 91105
– – (626) 399-1721

Valet parking for the memorial will be provided as there is no parking on the street.

If you wish to send cards, flowers or other offerings they may be sent to: 514 South Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena CA 91105

The Floyd Skeren firm will miss him more than words can express. He was a kind and gentle soul. He loved his family deeply and always aimed to please. Tony was a valued member and contributed to the firm in many ways. Besides being a dedicated FSML family member, he was always good-humored and considerate towards his colleagues. His sense of humor and laughter were infectious and he was the consummate gentleman. The void he left is immeasurable.

He practices workers’ compensation defense over the entire Los Angeles basin. Mr. Macauley was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1987 and became a certified specialist in the field of worker’s compensation in 1993.

He worked at the workers’ compensation defense firms of Hanna Brophy for years as well as Kegal Tobin before finding his home at Floyd Skeren Manukian and Langevin.

He was one of the most well respected attorneys in the industry. He was a zealous advocate for his clients and developed a stellar reputation amongst peers, judges, and opposing counsel.

Tony was a fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers and a member of the American Bar Association, as well as its Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Sections (TIPS), where he is in leadership on three TIPS committees, which focus on Workers’ Compensation, Medicine, Law and Insurance regulations.”