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Anthony "Tony" Majoy

December 02, 1962 - March 04, 2021

Obituary For Anthony "Tony" Majoy

Age 58, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 4, 2021, of Arlington.

Beloved son of the late Lucien and Arlene Majoy; loving brother of Michelle Wolfe (Lenny Rump), Lucien Jr. (Raeann) and the late Stevie (the late Christie); special uncle of Bo (Leah), Michael, Louie, Samantha (Michael), Raymond, Justin and Jesse; adored by three great nieces. Tony will be deeply missed by his special friend Sean Brooks as well as numerous aunts, cousins and friends. Friends will be received at the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood 15227 on Monday, March 8, 2021 from 2-8 p.m. where a blessing service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Due to the current public health crisis, masks and social distancing guidelines must be adhered to.

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I was so sorry to hear of Tony's passing. I worked with his Dad at the School Bus Company for many years. Tony always had a hello for me when we would run in to each other, I'll miss seeing him.
- Carol Daffern
Well I can share so many wonderful memories. We first started hanging out on Halloween which both of us loved so much that was in October 2000. We hang out at my house all the time since then having pizza having fun with my children and the dogs which we both loved very much that was one of our fun times. Another one of our favorite things to do was going to the public park in southside to feed the ducks. My nickname for him was my big teddy bear. tony I will so miss you when you left us to go to heaven you took a piece of me with you I love you so much my big teddy bear.
- Cindy Hnath
Good man....always there for you! Gentle giant....gentle soul! RIP Tony 🙏🏻❤️ -RK
- Ruth Knerr
Tony was my brother growing up I never had , Being first cousins growing up living only 3 houses apart his mom and my mother were sisters we did everything together. So many memories of Tony and I getting into stuff together. One stands out me tony his sister Michelle and me were riding in back of Uncle Lou's moving truck we were in downtown and Tony fell out while the truck was moving. Tony favorite Day was garbage day back then you could anything out for pickup Tony was in his glory he would come home with his latest find to his dad my Uncle Lou. Once Tony cut a hole in the top of car to make a sunroof. when it rain he would put a umbrella thru it. I could go on forever , Tony was gentle giant one special person I will miss him forever . My heart is broken One of the last time I saw Tony I said how are you cuz and told him I love you . Tony RIP You are deeply missed Fred Cameron
Louie, Michelle and family. No words can ease this painfully loss. Please know our hearts, prayers and family is here for all of you. If there is anything you need please let us know. Love you, Beaver & Gracie Micklos
- Grace Micklos

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