ForeverMissed
“God, Country and Love”

Born in Atlanta, GA to Walter Vivian Liddall and Marlton Gloria Liddall. He was the beloved husband of Elizabeth Liddall and friend to many.

Tony attended Fordham University. He previously served in the United States Army as a tank driver in Vietnam.  At the time Tony did not have a drivers license due to his youth. Here he found his life long passion to become a driver. Through out his life he travelled our country meeting and making friends.

For the last years of his life Tony lived with his wife Elizabeth in Galloway, NJ. He previously lived in Ho-Ho Kus and Hasbrouck Heights New Jersey.

We ask for your prayers for Tony and his family. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate your support of the St. Labre Indian School, PO Box 216 Ashland, MY 59003-9989 or to St. Joseph's Indian School, 1301 N. Main St., Chamberlain, SD 57326


Posted by Mercedes Amundsen on June 2, 2020
Remembering Tony on what would of been his 70th birthday. Rest in peace. You are missed by your friends and family on this day. Always in our hearts.
Posted by Richard Amundsen on December 17, 2019
We will always remember and respect Tony's Vietnam Service and his lifelong inspiring patriotism, We often spoke of his admiration of Betty's Dad's service as a WWii Marine in the Pacific.. Tony was a friend to all who knew him and he went tirelessly out of his way to show friendship thru action rather than words. When he visited Miami he was a construction crew rather than a guest.Claudia and I wish he had visited us here more often but regrettably his health proscribed extensive travel in his last years
.We shall miss his companionship , his vigorous conversation and the joys he brought our sisterBetty. Rest in peace. Richard and Claudia
Posted by Mercedes Amundsen on December 17, 2019
Tony loved to banter, engage or reminiscence with his companions. He always saw the funny or ironic in situations. He was generous with his time and money. Back in the day he always had a project or a plan. He took pride in his service to our country during the Vietnam War. His energy and enthusiasm for life will be missed by those he knew. Rest in peace.

Posted by Bob Brian on December 16, 2019
I will miss Tony so much. I can’t remember a significant part of my life where he wasn’t involved. From my days growing up as a kid and breaking my arm, or Tony driving to another state to pick me up from camp. To taking me toy shopping at Toys R Us and buying me toys guns. To visiting me in the hospital when I was there for a month everyday. Tony drove my Mom to Paris Island to see me become a Marine. Tony was also one of the only person who wrote me letters while in combat in Iraq. Funny letters! From that point on Tony attended every major life event I ever had. I will never forget you Tony. You were my second Dad. Fair winds and following seas my friend. We will meet again.
Posted by Elizabeth Liddall on December 15, 2019
Tony, You were much loved and will be greatly missed. Yours Always

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Posted by Mercedes Amundsen on June 2, 2020
Remembering Tony on what would of been his 70th birthday. Rest in peace. You are missed by your friends and family on this day. Always in our hearts.
Posted by Richard Amundsen on December 17, 2019
We will always remember and respect Tony's Vietnam Service and his lifelong inspiring patriotism, We often spoke of his admiration of Betty's Dad's service as a WWii Marine in the Pacific.. Tony was a friend to all who knew him and he went tirelessly out of his way to show friendship thru action rather than words. When he visited Miami he was a construction crew rather than a guest.Claudia and I wish he had visited us here more often but regrettably his health proscribed extensive travel in his last years
.We shall miss his companionship , his vigorous conversation and the joys he brought our sisterBetty. Rest in peace. Richard and Claudia
Posted by Mercedes Amundsen on December 17, 2019
Tony loved to banter, engage or reminiscence with his companions. He always saw the funny or ironic in situations. He was generous with his time and money. Back in the day he always had a project or a plan. He took pride in his service to our country during the Vietnam War. His energy and enthusiasm for life will be missed by those he knew. Rest in peace.

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Shared by Kira Jones on December 19, 2019
My father was so fond of Tony and whenever Tony came to my dad's shop he brightened my dad's day. He will be sorely missed, as will his stories and his effervescent personality.