– known as Two Steppin' Tony to his friends at the Swallow's Inn – has reverberated throughout the town.
Crimi, 87, died peacefully last week, according to a newsletter sent out by Lisa Towles, at the Swallow's.
He was well known on nights where a country and Western band was playing. He was also well known to dance with the ladies.
Crimi's family has scheduled a private memorial serive for 1 p.m. in Laguna Hills, on Monday. But the family does want to include Crimi's Swallow's friends.
The first 75 friends who knew Crimi through his dancing days at the may attend by emailing their name, email address and number attending to email@example.com to receive all of the details this weekend.
Because of the limited number of seats, they will be made available in the order of receipt.
Meanwhile, all fo the Swallow’s family will gather next week, 6 p.m. until closing, Aug. 9 at the San Juan Capistrano pub, to remember Crimi.
His favorite band, the Working Cowboy Band, will play to honor his memory. will provide the grub, as Lisa’s Kitchen will be closed that evening.