It's been 45 years since our paths crossed at Selfridge AFB. I still remember Sgt. Major and his family. He will always be remembered and represent honor, duty and loyalty.
TIO will always be in our hearts. As mama said, "he was a giant of a man". We are so grateful to have had him in our lives with all his kidding around and stories.So many memories and that is what will keep him alive...we love you all and will be here if there is any thing you need. We will continue to pray for God to sustain you all and help you cope with the great void in your hearts. Joe and Yolanda Molina and family
He was A great soldier and an honorable man. None better,
To the immediate family...just know that Anthony was always a guiding light for me....I admired him for many reasons. his giving nature...his positive attitude, his willingness to help when and where ever no questions asked. He was the type individual that drew people to him where ever he was....He indeed was the Patriarch of our family and I appreciate all he always did about keeping the family in touch with each other....I know that in spite of all his struggles in life, he led a happy and productive life....but I also know that he is in a much better place now in the loving arms of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. May he rest in peace for all time to come.
Hope and Family: So many wonderful memories of your lovely family. You are all in our prayers and thoughts.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You and Tony are in my memory having been so good to us on our visits to El Paso. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Joanne Casey (Patrick & Ann Coogan's daughter from Boston)
Sending you love and prayers across the miles. The entire Lucero Family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May you find comfort in each other and the wonderful memories each one of you have in your hearts. Uncle Tony will always be remembered as a great leader of the Lucero and Garcia Families. One of the fondest memories that comes to mind about Uncle Tony is remembering him in his Texas Longhorn baseball cap and wearing his white shirt and always reaching out to extend his hand for a handshake and asking "How are you doing, my friend."
Rest in peace Mr.Lucero my condolence to Mrs. Lucero and family very good friends.
So thankful to have known him and his wonderful family. Much love and many prayers.
An honorable man, loving husband, and wonderful father, everyone he touched is better by knowing him. He is cherished, and will be missed.
A wonderful man will be missed. We thank God that he allowed your paths to cross.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. We were truly Blessed to have such a loving and giving uncle, not to mention his love of country. May God Bless each and everyone of you, and may He hold Tio Tony close to his heart.
MaryLou Lucero Martinez(Willie) (Eloy, Arizona)
Tia Hope, Cousins Kathy, Tony, Patty & Amy:
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart aches for you yet good memories remain of my Uncle Tony. One word keeps coming to my mind as I spent the past days in remembrance of him: Joy. Uncle Tony was filled with it and it was infectious to everyone around him. He had a joyful heart, and that was because of all of you, and it lives on in each of you. May your love for him and each other give you strength during this difficult time.
Our lives were truly Blessed to have known Uncle Tony. God Bless you all at this very difficult time.
Rosanna & Michael Torrez, Lauren and Mark
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.