In the wee hours of the morning his favorite time of day, Anthony slipped peacefully away. Holding onto the red ribbon that will forever connect his heart to theirs are his wife Michelle, his devoted daughters, Sarah and her husband Dan and their children Quinn and Nixon, Kerry and her children Mya and Linden.
Anthony is predeceased by his parents Patrick and Rita and his nephew Nathaniel. Missing their brother are sisters Pauline (Michael), Barbara (Paul), Valerie (Morris) and their families.
Anthony will be missed by his sister in law Rachel (Joe), Michele (Dale - 2005), brother in law Mark (Lisa) and their families.
Anthony was a devoted member of the St. Helen’s parish family and will be missed by many friends. He was a fourth degree knight and a member of the St. Helen’s Knights of Columbus council.
The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to Dr. Graham Fraser. Thank you to the St. Elizabeth Palliative Nurses, with a special thanks to Melanie. You are an angel that graced our family during our time of need and we will be forever grateful.
A heartfelt gratitude is extended to Dr. Jennifer Rycroft for her unwavering demonstration of compassion and care. You helped Anthony’s light shine with dignity and grace.
In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations to McNally House.
All the current Covid-19 protocols will be followed. Including the wearing of masks. Funeral mass will be celebrated on Wednesday December 29th at 11:00 AM at St. Helen Church, 4106 Mountain St, Beamsville, with rite of committal to follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens in Stoney Creek.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Anthony
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Tallman Funeral Homes - Vineland