My most fondest memory I have of Kuya Tony was when we were jogging on the beach in Zambales. It was in the summer of 1999. Kuya Tony was setting the pace as we jogged up and down the beach near Libertador. As we finished off our jog with some stretches we were approached by one of the locals who asked if I was a boxer and if Kuya Tony was my coach. We both got a good laugh out of it. From that moment on he was no longer Kuya Tony, but Coach Tony. Coach was a cousin I could truly look up to. I will miss him, but will hold the memories of him close to my heart.
Cathy, Please accept our most sincere condolences on the loss of Tony. We remember him as a kind, gentle and gracious man who loved his friends as much as his family. We are sorry for your loss.
Mike and Flora Sinz
My deepest condolences to the Acosta Family. Tony was a great person and will surely be missed.
SGM Irene Fejeran, Guam Army National Guard
Our deepest condolences and sympathies for the passing of our dear friend Daddy Groovy, who is also your great love. We truly share your grief.
We pray for his eternal rest; nonetheless, we also pray for your strength in mind, heart and body.
- from Raul and Suzanne
Our condolences to Acosta family. We have been one of those lucky ones who got to know uncle tony through my childhood. He is one of my inspiration for being a smart and disciplined man. Through auntie cathy, we met a very kind man that is always willing to listen and share things to us. Strolling at the mall, food tripp'n everywhere as long as its possible. He is a jolly person that easily manage every situation properly. We will miss you uncle tony.
from: Laceda Family