Anthony Dornoff

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Apr 27, 1962 – Nov 30, 2019


April 27, 1962
November 30, 2019
American Cancer Society


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Dornoff, Anthony "Tony" 4/27/1962 - 11/30/2019 Dexter, Michigan Anthony "Tony" Dornoff, age 57, of Dexter, Michigan, entered eternal life on Saturday, November 30, 2019. Tony was born in Dearborn, Michigan to parents Donald and Dolores (Lohn) Dornoff and raised in Dearborn Heights, Michigan along...

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I worked with Tony at St. Joe's in Human Resources. He was a joy to work with - always positive and fun. Please know that you are all in my prayers.

I am so saddened to learn Tony is gone. I met Tony through mutual friends who shared classes with him at Eastern. The four of us hung out through college and had a lot of laughs. Unfortunately, after college, I moved away and lost touch. I will always fondly remember Tony and those good times. Sending condolences to his family.

I had the pleasure to work with Tony for the past 12 years. He always had a smile, or a joke! Patients always asked us if the big guy' was still here. He brought such JOY to every day.
I feel blessed to have known him and to have called him friend. Rest In Peace.

I met Tony through my friend Jeanne. Once you met him you never forgot him. He was a fun loving person, devoted to family. He will be missed. You have left a hole in many hearts. RIP Tony until we meet again in Heaven. Tracey and David Buhinicek

I'm very saddened to hear of Tony's passing. I worked with Tony for years at the CVC. We worked together on a lot of projects and just keeping things going smoothly for our patients. He was always a joy. I'll always remember his personality and smile. My condolences to his family.

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You were an amazing friend and coworker and lit up the CVC with your infectious personality and way of making everyone you encountered feel special. I will never forget you and how you made yourself Uncle Tony to my daughter. I will miss you everyday and your singing and pinching my cheek and saying it's ok pookie Love you forever ❤ Rest in Heaven

I am so sorry to hear of Tony 's passing. I worked with him for years at the CardioVascular center, he was a joy to work.with and loved his humor. RIP my friend

RIP Tony.

I am so sad to hear this. I've worked with Tony for the past 10 years. He was truly a special man. He will be missed by so many. I feel blessed to have the attached photo. Just wish I wasn't posting it here. RIP Tony. Love ya big guy.