Brass, Anthony

Anthony Brass was born in Norquay, SK on October 21, 1970 and passed away January 13, 2018 in Saskatoon. Anthony grew up in Sturgis, SK and later moved to Saskatoon and spent 15 years at Parkridge Centre. Anthony was always smiling and laughing and joking, he always made sure everyone was okay before himself. To visit with Anthony there was a toll to pay at the door lol. Anthony was a very good dancer, he could dance to anything, mostly breakdancing. He was also an awesome athlete and artist, his sight was immaculate, he joined cadets and was known for his snipe shots with a rifle. Anthony leaves to mourn his children Jaleesa Brass, Roenelle Bruno, his sibling Barbara Fisher, Elvira Brass, Lawrence Campeau, Loretta Quewezance, Lawrence Quewezance, His grandchildren, Laura, Jordison, Jaxton & Greyson Cameron. He also leaves to mourn numerous cousins, uncle and aunts. Anthony is predeceased by his parents Rita Radchuk, Lawrence Genialle & Fred Radchuk. A wake was held from the Yorkton Friendship Centre on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Funeral Services were held on January 18, 2018 both from the Yorkton Friendship Centre. Pastor Floyd Covill of the New Life Tabernacle Church was the officiant. The eulogy was given by Sheila Musqua - Keewatin. Interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Shannon Brass, Sheldon Brass, Marvin Shingoose, Peter Shingoose, Ron Gardippie and Eugene Fleury serving as the casket bearers. The honourary bearers were Wellesley Brass and all of Anthony's family and friends. Condolences can be sent to the family at www.baileysfuneralhome.com. 

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