Uncle Tony you were always upbeat and clowning. I very much appreciated this about you. You stole a quarter out off my ear once I'm gonna need that back. I remember traveling up to Seattle for uncle Frank's funeral with my little brother Frank. I recall you saying, "Come here." We'd all just heard how Frank had passed away in the morning after a brisk walk preparing to read his Seattle morning newspaper right there in his lounge chair. I'd siddled alongside to listen and You said to me, "When I go that's exactly how I want to go." "You really think so?", I asked. "I'm telling you, you better believe it." How quaint in telling me so.
You're deeply loved and appreciated Uncle I'm sorry to know you've carried on. I don't know exactly how you took flight from this life but when I inquired of my sister I was told in your lounge chair and discovered by Desiree. Looking forward to the union of friends and family and pay you my respects.
Love your nephew
Theodore "Ted" Viegas Sr.'s Your Brothers son