Anthony E Buckle

February 16, 1982 – March 15, 2024

With supportive hearts we say good-bye.  After 4 years of several health issues Tony’s quality of life had become unbearable.  We are grateful to the nurses who assisted Tony in leaving us with dignity by provision of MAID.

He leaves behind his parents, Tom & Christine, his Oma Jeanette, brother Matthew (Tosha) & sister Jennifer, along with his 6 pack of nieces – Iliana, Jocelyn, Kailey, Ashley, Molly & Hailey.  Special thanks to Uncle Bob for his forever love and support.

Tony was a chef by trade and showed his creativity and passion for food wherever he worked. His large stature belied his truly caring heart; even a stranger never went unnoticed.  Tony enjoyed country music and was an avid movie critic; he was tickled by Jack Skellington & Star Wars Grogu.  He always had a quirky sense of humor which complimented his unique personality. Hated socks!

Family is forever grateful to Dr. R. Farmer & Dr. W. Song for their care & support to Tony over the years.

No service by request, private interment, Flowers gratefully declined or if you wish please donate to charity of your choice or the Shoreline Medical Society – Sidney.

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  1. I don’t think there are enough words to describe the hole that is left in the world with him gone. Tony’s personality was larger than life itself, and you know that when he was around you were going to have a good laugh!!!
    Though Tony and I talked on and off throughout the years I was always grateful for his friendship, love, and blunt honestly. I loved him greatly, he will be missed and never forgotten.
    Sending so much love to your family at this difficult time!

  2. So sorry to hear about your son, brother and uncle Tony… sending hugs and love
    to your family ❤️❤️

  3. I am so deeply sorry for your loss, Christine and Tom and rest of Tony’s cherished family and friends. Loosing a loved one so relatively young – and so young at hart – is very difficult. I remember him handing around the field hockey pitch, no doubt watching as his Mum Christine scored another goal, and Tony’s culinary skills no doubt enhanced by Christine’s magic in the kitchen too. Tom and Christine, may you remember the very good times with Tony, he was an amazing dude:)

  4. Paul and Susan Crober

    Tom and Christine, we learned of your loss today in the Times-Colonist. Although we had not met your son, we think we have seen him visiting. We have spoken of him with you before in the context of one of our own son’s experiences. Please know that you are in our thoughts at this time.

  5. Richard Parsley Retd. 2nd. Officer.

    So sorry to learn of the loss of Tony. I remember well when you invited me to supper when we both worked at Fulford Harbour. I’m not sure who, but I remember being easily beaten at a game of Chess. Good memories.

  6. Dear Christine & Tom, I am deeply saddened to hear about the passing of your son. My heart goes out to you and your family during this incredibly difficult time. May you find solace in the cherished memories you shared together. Please accept my deepest condolences, and know that you are in my thoughts.

  7. Margie and Al Chalmers

    Thinking of all of you at this time. We are so sorry for your loss.

  8. Carlo & Marion Sollazzo

    We are so sorry for your loss. I really don’t know what else to say. All our love and support to you and your family.

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