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Saturday, 19 January 2019

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January 11, 2019
Please accept my condolences on the passing of Tony. He and I served on the Cabonne Tourism Committee and I enjoyed his company and contributions immensely. I found him to be a kind and generous man and we are the lesser for his passing. Thank you. Lester Davis.
January 11, 2019
I knew Tony for over 60 years as we attended Birkenhead School Wirral England together. I remember him representing Birkenhead at the World Scout Jamboree in Colorado Springs USA in 1960. I did see him over the years when he visited family in Birkenhead but more frequently over the past ten years. He attended 'Welcome Back Dinners' at school and stayed with us meeting others from his school day - toasting them with his wines. More recently we stayed at Emu Swamp Vineyard in 2017, only six weeks after a major operation. He insisted on cooking us a wonderful dinner to accompany his delightful wines. He was always good company and will be sadly missed
Ian Boumphrey
January 10, 2019
9 January 2018
Hello Rob and Andrew and Helen
As you no doubt know Tony and I were second cousins. His mother Joan Sinclair being a first cousin to my father Ron Sinclair.
We first met when we were babies in 1943 and then not again as far as we remember until about 8 years ago. All those wasted years not knowing this big man with such a big heart! My 'Cuz' was a special person, open hearted, generous and kind. He had led such a full and interesting life but family was always so important to him. We shared a great interest in our family history and he would stay with us for a few days when he was in France or England.
Roger and I will miss him greatly as will his family and all his many friends from all over the world.
Please accept our condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you
I don't have an email address for you and I don't really do Facebook but it would be good to keep in touch.
Pat and Roger McCoy
January 9, 2019
Tony was such a beautiful man. I was his Weight Watchers Coach in 2014, and we became good friends through that and after I left. He was very fond of my husband and our children. We were very sad to hear about his passing.

Andrew and Robert, he loved you both and was so proud of you both. The last time Andy, Suzie and myself met with him, he spoke a lot about you both. He would often email me and send me pictures and updates on both of you. We won't be able to attend his services as we have pre-existing out of town arrangements, but please know that we are here for you guys if you need anything. God bless you both.