“Tony, you're the nicest guy I know. You were always the bright spot in everyone's day, and I'll always smile when I think of you. I enjoyed our camping trips to Katahdin Iron Works, and wish I could catch half the fish you did!
“Tony was always a kind and gentle person, he was a friend to everyone he met. I was lucky enough to have shared many hours with him fishing, camping, laughing, and just enjoying his wonderful personality. Rest in peace my friend.
“Thank you very much to Tony's family and friends who walked with him to his end.I am so sorry because I will miss the chance to talk to Tony whenever I visit Maine.You will be missed.
“I Met Tony When my father was the pastor of the Church his family was attending. We hit it off the first time we met. He would spend weeks at a time with our family at our camp in New Hampshire. Funny.. that is where He Discovered "bottle Digging" With Me.
We would rummage through our pockets to see how much money each of us had and if he was the only one to produce a dollar or two it would be" hey WE have three dollars. We went our seperate ways the last few years but...
“RIP TONY!! YOU WILL BE SADLY MISSED :(
“Tony could make anyone smile,'especially when he danced'. He was a very kind hearted & selfless man. He loved to help and lend a hand to anyone who needed it. He loved nature & to share his knowledge with my daughter. He will be dearly missed by our family 'Scott & Kelsea'. We are sorry for your loss Megan, Ty, Tina, and his Mom & Dad but, may he rest in peace & pain free.
“First of all to the unbelievable family of T Babb. 'Ty, Tina, Megan, and Mom & Dad' my very sincere condolences for the loss of your son, brother, and Dad. It was incredible the way you guys all pulled together to keep Tony home during his illness. I am fortunate & feel privileged to have known him for over 40 years. He is & always will be one of my best & closet friends. Through the years we would go without seeing eachother for awhile,but when we'd meet back up again it was...
“Tony was, hands down, the best of us all! He is the yardstick that we are all measured by! All he ever did was give, and never take. He didn't worry about unimportant details like most of us do. He had his priorities in life finely tuned, which were his family's and friend's needs first above all, even before his! Though his lifetime was short, it was a life lived excellently by the best person we've ever met! If we all heed the life lessons that Tony taught us, we'll all be much happier and...
“My condolences to Tony's family; my memory was the pizza bread he would cook for everyone to enjoy, he will be missed by all, rest in peace.
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OLD TOWN - Anthony Wayne Babb, 53, passed away Jan. 14, 2013, surrounded by his loving and dedicated family at his home in Great Works after a courageous battle with cancer. His family's tireless care, with great assistance from New Hope Hospice, allowed Tony to remain at his home until his death...Read More