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June 29, 2017
We want to offer our condolences to Tonys children, grandchildren and great grand children for their loss. Having been Tonys next door neighbors for the last 28 years, we would like to share some thoughts and memories of this fine man.

Tony was friendly, generous, helpful, kind, smart and welcoming. Personally, he was the kindest and smartest man I have ever known next to my father. There were only 3 years difference between Tony and my father. After my father died in 1991, I actually sought out Tony for fatherly advice, he was always welcoming and willing to listen and advise. They were both WWII veterans and we had many conversations about the military, WWII, the Navy and Air Force. I truly have missed these conversations.

Special memories we have are many, here are a few. When Linda and I were working during the winter snow storms, there was not one time we came home and our sidewalk was not snow plowed by Tony. As first time homeowners Tony was always offering to help us with our plumbing problems, electrical work, lumber and mill work. Actually, he helped me install numerous doors inside our house that still exist today. Any time I had an issue, I always felt I could ask Tony for advice.

Tony would love it when Linda brought over deserts and Christmas cookies, his face lit up like a kid on Christmas morning. He was so welcoming and loved the opportunity to watch our small dogs over the years if we had to leave town. He was so kind and friendly to my 3 children.

My most special memory occurred in August of 1990 when I brought my father to Colorado after he had battled cancer and a 6 month hospital stay in St. Louis. Tony asked if there was anything he could do to help out. I asked if he could build a wooden ramp so my father could use his walker between the family room and kitchen. Yes, Tony built a ramp that was great and I still have it to this day, and will keep it forever. Our granddaughter loved this ramp so much because she could run on it when she first learned to run.

During the last 10 years, we did not see Tony much outside and missed the opportunity to interact except if we visited him inside. This was primarily due to his failing health. We feel to have lived until 95 he was truly blessed. God gave him this many years on earth for a reason, and our wish for him is to have eternal rest and mercy. He rose to a commander in the NAVY , I feel because he was all about CLASS. This man was truly amazing and it was an honor to know him!
June 29, 2017
We want to offer our condolences to Tony's children, grandchildren and great grand children for their loss. Having been Tony's next door neighbors for the last 28 years, we would like to share some thoughts and memories of this fine man.

Tony was friendly, generous, helpful, kind, smart and welcoming. Personally, he was the kindest and smartest man I have ever known next to my father. There were only 3 years difference between Tony and my father. After my father died in 1991, I actually sought out Tony for fatherly advice, he was always welcoming and willing to listen and advise. They were both WWII veterans and we had many conversations about the military, WWII, the Navy and Air Force. I truly have missed these conversations.

Special memories we have are many, here are a few. When Linda and I were working during the winter snow storms, there was not one time we came home and our sidewalk was not snow plowed by Tony. As first time homeowners Tony was always offering to help us with our plumbing problems, electrical work, lumber and mill work. Actually, he helped me install numerous doors inside our house that still exist today. Any time I had an issue, I always felt I could ask Tony for advice.

Tony would love it when Linda brought over deserts and Christmas cookies, his face lit up like a kid on Christmas morning. He was so welcoming and loved the opportunity to watch our small dogs over the years if we had to leave town. He was so kind and friendly to my 3 children.

My most special memory occurred in August of 1990 when I brought my father to Colorado after he had battled cancer and a 6 month hospital stay in St. Louis. Tony asked if there was anything he could do to help out. I asked if he could build a wooden ramp so my father could use his walker between the family room and kitchen. Yes, Tony built a ramp that was great and I still have it to this day, and will keep it forever. Our granddaughter loved this ramp so much because she could run on it when she first learned to run.

During the last 10 years, we did not see Tony much outside and missed the opportunity to interact except if we visited him inside. This was primarily due to his failing health. We feel to have lived until 95 he was truly blessed. God gave him this many years on earth for a reason, and our wish for him is to have eternal rest and mercy. He rose to a commander in the NAVY , I feel because he was all about CLASS. This man was truly amazing and it was an honor to know him!