Anthony was like no man you would ever meet, if you got the chance to really know him you would know that he had the heart of an angel and loved everyone deeply. He always had a positive attitude and loved to make people smile and laugh. His wife and daughters were his pride and joy. Anthony loved spending time with his family and friends, bowling, camping, fishing, video games, audiobooks, shooting and of course having a BBQ or dinner with family and friends and feeding an army. Anthony was definitely a light in the darkness and taken too soon by Covid-19.
Anthony is survived by his wife Nena, daughters Rayven and Violet. He is also survived by mother Carol Patrick, and sister Billie Patrick, uncles Bud, Gene, Ed and Mert, many cousins and his "brothers" Alex Polk, Lester Mason, and Michael Yei.
Anthony is preceded in death by his grandmother Charlott Pointer, aunt Debbie Barney, and uncle Robert Balfour.