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ANTHONY G. OZUNA 9/12/57 9/11/20 Anthony went to meet his maker on 9/11/20. He left the Earth due to a tragic bicycle accident, surrounded by all his family. Anthony was a native Las Vegan. He was a graduate of Western High School in 1976. He then went for a time to UNLV. His search for a career led to becoming a Journeyman in the Sheet Metal Union 88 until his retirement in 2017. Anthony hobbies were riding his motorcycle, archery, camping, fishing, hunting, golfing, bicycling, cooking and most of all taking care of all his family. Anthony was preceded in death by his father, Andrew and his mother Candelaria. He is survived by his wife, Vicki. Children: Greg (Christina), Anthony (Amy), Kara and his step sons Corey and Blaine (Lizzie) Bradley. He had four beautiful grandchildren: Gabriella, Alaina, Evie and Isla. His brother Andrew (Sharon). Sisters: Claudia Crowley (Tim), Cynthia Hall (Tim), and Katie. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make sure you are an organ donor. Anthony donated his kidney's and tissue. Rest in peace, you are sorely missed by all. Love You

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Oct. 11, 2020.
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October 15, 2020
Anthony IS an amazing man. One of the most caring and generous and hard working person I've ever worked with. I'm truly in shock. This is a great loss. My prayers to Vicki and the family.
Deidre L Thomas
October 11, 2020
So sorry to see this, I remember you so much as Anthony and Greg’s Dad. You will always be remember in my heart.
Lidia Gardner
October 11, 2020
Primo, you will be missed my all your Ozuna Cousins. So glad we all were together at Maxine & Rex funeral. Love & Miss you. Your Cousin Debbie Creel
Debra Creel
October 11, 2020
We were very sad to hear about Anthony’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Anthony’s family and to his brother, Andrew and his wife, Sharon, who we spent so many years with when the kids were all speed skating. Our hearts go out to all of you.
Bill & Marge Appuglise & family
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