June 23, 1938 – October 29, 2015
at the age of 77 years
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather after a lengthy illness at Bastion Place in his sleep.
He leaves behind his loving wife Dianne and step children Gord, Tami, Ron & Monti and grandchildren that will miss him terribly Colton, Katie, Shayna, Shawn, Tristan and Chris, his four children Misty, Steven, Tammy and Cindy and many grand children and great grandchildren all from the United States. His many friends around town will also miss him and his “stories” I am sure.
There will be a celebration of his life in the spring or early summer of 2016, in the hopes that family may be able to come. Date to be announced at a later time.
Tony served in the Nay (Canadian) for 28 years and worked at Corrections Canada for over 20 years. He was also Santa Clause in Centenoka Mall for five years and loved it.
We were so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Tony was always an out going person and friendly and a good listener as well as an excellent “chef”.
Tony you were always in our thoughts and I will keep you in my prayers.
Deepest sympathy to Tony’s family .
Hold your memories of Tony close to your heart and now we have another
angel watching over us.
Our condolences to Dianne and to her immediate and extended Family. My boys will always remember Santa from the kids Christmas Parties at SPSC. Tony will be missed by all.
He will be missed,Dianne.I enjoyed his many stories and adventures in the Navy and in Corrections.People will remember that he was a champion boxer in the Navy and a fantastic cook.Jean and I still remember the wedding party in your backyard.
I will miss our little chats.
Kurt and I offer sad and sincere condolences to you Dianne and your family on the passing of Tony (Dad). He brought such beautiful and funny stories to the table all the years that we have known him. It was such a pleasure to serve him in our restaurant. He will be greatly missed to many people. We are blessed to of known him….