Condolences for Anthony “Tony” Redick

Weldon Peek posted on 3/25/22

Tony could always be counted on to help family and friends anytime, he was our go to guy and was always there for us. I will miss our trips to Georgia, lots of great times and memories fishing and sitting on the deck just talking and listening to the old music. He will be missed greatly by all.

 

Judy Redick Johnson posted on 3/19/22

I am so sad to hear the news of Tony’s passing. I just saw him at the grocery store a few weeks ago. He’s the same Tony that I have always known. A big smile and a hug. All he talked about was the kids and grandkids. Also, fishing. My condolences to the family and friends.

 

Trip Andrews posted on 3/17/22

I'm happy to have known Tony. We were in school together and played baseball and even a few rounds of golf. Good memories and best wishes to his family. God Bless.

 

tony butler posted on 3/15/22

OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU AND THE FAMILY DURNING THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONE TONY WILL BE MISSED BY HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS , BUT HE IS IN A BETTER PLACE NOW WITH HIS PARENTS AND FRIENDS WHO HAVE LEFT BEFORE HIM , DOC&LINDA BUTLER AND FAMILY

 

Ronnie Israel posted on 3/12/22

I have know Tony for over sixty years. We both grew up in the Fletcher, Arden area. I first met Tony through baseball way back when we both were just kids. Later, we worked together in home building industry. Tony was an excellent carpenter and was always generous with his time and knowledge. He sure did love his family. I will miss seeing him and his smile.

 

 

Belinda Redick posted on 3/12/22

Tony had a huge heart for everybody. A smile that could make you day . Bud sure will be glad to welcome his best fishing buddy up there ♥️♥️♥️!!!