ANTHONY-ACHKIO-Obituary

ANTHONY A. ACHKIO

Richmond, Virginia

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We met Tony when his son, David and our son, Chad were classmates at Holy Redeemer grade school (35 years ago), teammates on their baseball teams, and best friends. Tony was a great dad, and involved in their activities. He and Judy welcomed us to their lovely home. I remember one evening Tony took delight in getting me tipsy on sloe gin fizzes. He had a great sense of humor. Our deepest sympathies go out to Judy, kids, and the rest of the family. Ed & Vicky Burnett, Evansville, Indiana

As a young child growing up and being the oldest, I remember the many visits from my Uncle Tony. How much my mother looked forward to seeing her brother, as they were very close I remember, and losing parents so young it was very hard for my mother, as uncle joe and aunt Joanne lived so far away, uncle tony was the only family she got to see when in town or visiting. He always stayed with us, ate dinner together, mothers cooking. Each time he came over he always had a smile, gave me a hug and...

We offer our condolences to Judy and the rest of the family. We will miss Tony and do wish we could have known him years ago. The photos show him as vibrant, very handsome, and a person who loved life. We're blessed by knowing him a very short time.

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ACHKIO ANTHONY A. "TONY" 76, of Richmond, VA, passed away October 10, 2012. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Anna Korcheck Achkio of Natrona Heights, PA; and his sister and brother-in-law, Joann and John Sheldon. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Judith...

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