Antony Walcer

Antony "Tony" Walcer

Sunday, November 16th, 1924 - Sunday, July 5th, 2020
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Tony Walcer
May 9, 1949 – July 7, 2020

Tony was born in Stuartburn, MB on November 16, 1924, to Adolph and Maria Walcer.

At the age of 16, the family moved to Brockington, SK where they started farming. Tony worked on the farm will he joined the Armed Forces in 1944. He was stationed at Wainwright, AB where he watched over prisoners of war.

Later he worked at a fish factory in Hay River, NWT for some time and then worked at various jobs for farmers.
In 1954, he married Eileen Johnson. To this union six children were born: Kerry, Allan, Kathy, Mark, Robin and Richard, who passed away in infancy in 1957.
In 1956 tony purchased a quarter of land which he farmed for some time and then he rented it out. Tony worked at a farm for Wayne Anderson and then for his brother-in-law Harold Thompson for 4 years before retiring in Melfort till his passing.

Tony was a member of the Seniors Club where he enjoyed playing cards with his friends.

Tony was predeceased by his parents Adolph and Maria; brothers: Joe and Mike; sisters: Kay Oger, Olga Kirkham; grandsons: Devon and Killian, as well as numerous other family members.

Left to mourn his passing are his wife of 66 years, Eileen; children: Kerry (Gail) and their children Dustin (Jen) and Daylan; Allan and his children: Jason, Michael, Rochelle and Sunny; Kathy (David) Tremblay and daughter Shannon (Chuck); Mark (Lynnette) and daughter Kelsey (Colton); Robin and children Kiefer and Kieden; 8 great grandchildren; sister Emily Amizano; sisters-in-law: Katherine Walcer, Elsie Thompson and Kay Johnson and other family members.

A Private Family Service will be held at a later

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made directly to the Cancer Society.
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Myra Gustafson

Posted at 07:28pm
Condolences to Eileen and Family. Always such a pleasant man. Loved the visits.

LaVerne and Dale and familys

Posted at 01:36pm
As you grieve know that we are thinking of you , Aunt Eileen, and your family ! Wonderful memories of Tony will remain in our hearts forever .
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Trudy Anderson

Posted at 08:59pm
Our deepest sympathy to the Walcer family for your loss. Tony worked for my dad Wayne for many yrs. They enjoyed working together and we heard a lot of great stories and had a lot of laughs. I will really miss him. I would see him at Extra Foods and we always had a great visit. U r in our thoughts and our hearts. Cherish the memories and all the great time’s together. All our love. James and Trudy.

Connie Kish Posted at 11:15pm

I have missed seeing Tony come into the pharmacy. I always enjoyed his sense of humor. I loved how he acted like a cranky old man but you could look in his sparkling blue eyes and know he was pulling your leg. He always could brighten your day even if his wasn't going so well. I will remember him fondly - so sorry for your loss - he put up a great fight.

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