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Antonio (Tony) SAGONA Obituary
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February 22, 2018
So sad to hear of the passing of a school friend of mine. I spent all my school years with Tony both Primary (St. Marys'Williamstown and Secondary St. Pauls' College in North Altona) I visited his childood home in Aitkin Street many times.
I can remember well,the books in Primary school, about the first world war and the books of the ancient world in secondary school that Tony aready had a passion for. His working career reflected this lifelong passion. The statement from Tony that I will always remember is " A blast from the past" which I can remember as a youngster and again when I visited Tony a number of years ago at Melbourne University. Tony instilled and encouraged me to pursue my own passions which I am still actively fulfilling and hope to "make a difference" which Tony excelled with in his life.
A special person with special gifts he gave to everybody he met.

Sincere condolances to the Sagona Family.
January 17, 2018
The work of Dr. Sagona is so important to me that since I have discovered his papers I never stopped thinking about how and when I would present him my results. A meeting was a real motivation and now I will never stop thinking of making him proud of my vocation. I would like to offer my sincere condolences to the family.
September 13, 2017
Bill Culican now Tony - each man though so different one from the other impacted on my life beyond archaeology. Tony's passion, professionalism, humour and patience to listen to my ideas and then have inspiring conversations enriched my life. I thank God for knowing him.

To Claudia, my heartfelt condolences which are beyond words for the suffering and loss you must be enduring. I too, unexpectedly, have cancer so I know the journey you both have been on. Farewell Tony, until we meet again.
August 20, 2017
I only knew Dr. Sagona as an expert on a tour of Armenia and Georgia. As a fellow Australian I valued his extreme knowledge of archaeology. My wife also appreciated his knowledge and his likelihood to share with us. Unfortunately my wife died in April of this year, so I have some idea of what his family is going through.
Please accept my condolences and prayers.