Let the memory of Anthony be with us forever
  • 73 years old
  • Born on December 21, 1942 .
  • Passed away on December 26, 2015 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anthony Veath 73 years old , born on December 21, 1942 and passed away on December 26, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Mark Veath on 23rd July 2016
My dad was the greatest man that I ever met. He was a strong man but most loving man.. He thought me to always help other. I guess I'm just like him because I go out of my way for people. My lady says we r just a like because I've never met a stranger yet. My dad could talk to anyone as do I..thank you dad for being a wonderful teacher & father. Wish I would of listen sooner
Posted by Steve Little on 17th July 2016
I have so many memories with you grandpa. So many good times I had as a kid with you around. I miss your laugh, your jokes, your happiness. I will always remember the road trips to the farm in Missouri and listening to you sing the whole way. What I'd do to have those moments back and to take one last trip with you. I feel like you were taken away from us all way to early. Every night at work i stand outside looking into the sky staring at the stars and tell you how much i miss and love you knowing that your watching over me and keeping me safe as I work. You loved trains so much and I just know your watching down on me move trains around as if you and uncle Tom would play with your model trains in the old farm house. If I can be half the man you are then I'll be a lucky man. I know your resting easy now still laughing and joking with everyone in heaven and that makes me happy. I love you grandpa
Posted by Ashley Counts on 17th July 2016
Something I will always remember about grandpa is his positive attitude all the time. He always saw the best in things and people. He could walk up to a stranger and talk to them like he had known them forever. He was always smiling and would do anything to help anyone out. There are so many memories that I would love to talk about but I could go on for days. He was truly a blessing to anyone who met him. I miss him so much every single day. But one thing I miss the most is him bringing us roses. :) It always brightened my day to get a rose from grandpa! I love you grandpa and miss you so very much but I know you're not hurting anymore. I know you're watching over us and that makes it a little easier to get by. Xoxoxoxoxo
Posted by Paula Kennealy on 16th July 2016
Dear Uncle Tony you were always one of my favorite Uncles. I will miss you terribly and how could i not, you were always loving, giving and laughing no matter what. I have nothing but the best of memories of you all thru my childhood to adulthood. May you Rest In Peace. Love u always, one of your favorite nieces.
Posted by Debra Elsworth on 16th July 2016
To the greatest man I will ever know every day I wake up I see you I miss you sitting in the dining room and saying good morning sissy how are you doing. I miss you cutting your roses and passing them out to all of us even the girls miss and talk about your roses .I miss everything about you .my soul was torn into when god took you from us .he took everything from me .I love you and miss you cant wait to see you again. I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH. YOU ARE STILL VERY IMPORTANT TO ME
Posted by Larry Hornbeck Jr. on 16th July 2016
Love and miss you grandpa. I will always remember you.
Posted by Tracy Haslett on 10th July 2016
The greats gift God gave his 6 kids,our father,best friend, teacher, our hero, gave his life up for his kids,thank you for everything, love you,miss you so much

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