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REMEMBRANCES

Tony Dezelan

Tony was a loving son, brother, uncle and cousin. He loved his family, especially his niece and nephews. It was important to him to help others. He had a great work ethic and could get things done quickly especially activities that involved physical labor. Tony loved playing sports as a child. He wanted to play as many as he could. Hockey and football were his favorites. His family misses so many things he did to help, cooking on the grill, driving the boat at the lake, especially pulling the youngsters skiing and tubing, his woodworking ability and his brute strength. Tony was a Catholic and I believe his faith was important to him, how ever difficult his life became. There was so much good to love in Tony. May he now rest in peace.

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