Beggs, Tony

September 8, 1969 - July 15, 2013

BEGGS, Tony William – Age 43 of St. Clair Township, passed away on Monday, July 15, 2013 at Bluewater Health, Sarnia. Beloved son of Robert and Sharon Beggs. Dear brother of Leona and Steve Browning, Jamie and Tracy Beggs, Amy and James Dilane. Nephew to Corrinne Slater, Ken (Fern) Tice and Eileen Young. Loving uncle to Olivia, Liam, Adam, Nathan, Tommy, Sammy. Cherished grandson of Mildred Beggs. Special son to Gord and Kathy and family, Earl and Barb and family, John and Kathy and family. Sadly missed by many cousins. Predeceased by his grandparents Clarence Beggs, Alice and William Tice.

VISITATION
Family and friends will be received at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL CHAPELS on Thursday, July 18, 2013 from 3:00 to 8:00pm.

FUNERAL SERVICE
Funeral service will be held on Friday, July 19, 2013 at 1:00pm from the funeral home. Interment at Black Creek Cemetery.

DONATIONS
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Bluewater Health Foundation.

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  1. One of the most upstanding guys you would have the pleasure to meet. Ol iron gut we called him. Damn shame. He was one of the good ones.

  2. Bob and Sharon, Mildred and family,
    I am so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. I too, enjoyed watching him take part in the skit at the Church Talent show. May memories such as those, and all of the laughter and memories you shared with each other help you through this time. God’s love will surround you.

  3. Sharon & Bob, we are so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Our love and prayers at this very difficult time for you all.
    Donna & Don

  4. To Beggs family

    Our sincere sympathy to you and family.
    Tony was a great friend and neigbour , and helping hand anywhere needed sad to see him go ,
    But will not suffer know more.
    Prayers with you and family .
    Steve & Michelle Shephard

  5. Bob and Sharon and Family

    so sorry to hear of the passing of Tony he was a great friend and guy who was always there and willing to help out anytime in any way that he could. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

  6. Although I did not know Tony well I will always remember him for his pleasant personality and gift to gab. He would come into Grey’s Shell station in Port Lambton when I worked there and we always had good chats about friends and family. Tony always had time to talk.

    It was only a few months ago Tony borrowed my house coat to put on a skit play at the Wilkesport Hall. Funny, every time I wear that house coat now my thoughts will be about Tony.

    Our sincere condolences to his family.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  7. We were so sorry to hear of the passing of Tony. Our sincere condolences to you and your family

  8. So sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Ian, Gord and I send our condolences and our thoughts are with you.
    Gayle Farr and Sons.

  9. Dear Mr. & Mrs. Beggs,
    With sadness and sorrow (but not without hope) we extend our sympathy to you and Leona, Jamie & Amy and family. I have known Tony since 1993 from Centralia College. He has been one of the most faithful of friends. The most precious of memory I have is recorded in my Bible. June 2, 1999 Tony called to tell me he has accepted God’s gift of salvation from sin and death through Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection. On that day he was born again, never to die spiritually, for Jesus said “I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. (John 11:25-26) Tony believed and confessed that Jesus is the resurrection and the life. He was truly a new creation in Christ Jesus. And what a beautiful creation he was as all those who knew him can confirm. So with confidence we know that he is home with Jesus forever. I will see our dear friend again.

  10. Dear Sharon and Bob and Tony’s siblings,

    I knew Tony through Emmanuel Baptist Church in Exeter, and his friends from college. I am truly sorry for the loss of your son. He often talked about you both and his brothers, sisters, nieces, and grandmother. I will miss Tony and grieve his loss with your family even though we know he is now in no pain. Although we don’t understand God’s ways, his plan for Tony here on this earth was completed. Praying you feel God’s comfort through this difficult time. Deborah Dennis

  11. Sincere condolences to the Beggs family. Amy you and your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God grant you all with the courage to bear this loss.

  12. Dear Sharon and Bob I’m sooooo sorry to hear about your sons passing. I will always hold you both close to my heart and I am so sad to hear this news.

    Lots of love from your friend and former neighbour Annette

    Xoxo

  13. Dear Sharon, Bob and family,
    My sincerest sympathies on the death of your son, Tony. I pray you feel God’s love embrace you especially at this time, and always.

  14. Bob, Sharon and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal

  15. I have known Tony as long as I can remember. as he was a good friend to my older brother Chris. He became a part of our family and is really going to be missed. Thinking of the Beggs family during this difficult time. RIP Tony.

  16. Dear Sharon , Bob and all of Tony`s family we wish to express our most heartfelt condolence to you all .

  17. Our condolences to all of Tony’s family and friends. He was truly a great guy , who was so easy to talk to, full of stories and willing to help out whenever and wherever. He will be missed by so many. We were so lucky to have him as part of our community

  18. Bob, Sharon and Family
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  19. Our condolences to Tony’s family.We enjoyed many short visits with Tony,he always stopped to say Hi when he saw Everet outside.May the Lord comfort all of you.

  20. Whilst I never had the pleasure of meeting Tony, I have known Jamie for a few years and have the pleasure of working with him. I can only assume Tony possessed a lot of those same qualities. Its also evident from the messages sent so far. I just wanted to reach out to the whole family to pass on my condolences to all of them, especially to Tony’s mother and father who must be devastated at the speed of this devastating disease. May God Bless you all in this time of pain

  21. My deepest sympathy goes out the Beggs family. I didn’t have the pleasure of meeting Tony; however I have heard many wonderful things about him and he will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Michelle Walker

  22. Sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. He was a frequent customer at Exeter shell. My condolences are with your family.

  23. Tony was a great friend. He was always willing to do anything for a friend and told the best stories. He will be greatly missed. I will pray for Bob and Sharon and the rest of the family.

  24. My sincere sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Beggs and all of the family. Three months ago I had the pleasure of meeting Tony again since public school and being in a small skit for the church talent show with him and we had a lot of fun doing it. I am thankful that I had the opportunity to get to know him. He talked often of his sisters and their children and of his missionary trips and we had to schedule our practices around “milking time.”
    We had a lot of laughs and it is difficult to believe that he is gone such a short time later. I will keep you all in my prayers.

  25. I went to Centralia College with Tony a long time ago. I have never met anyone who was able to be your best friend and big brother at the same time as well as Tony could. I will never forget what a kind and generous spirit Tony was. He will be terribly missed. Please feel proud of the life Tony had and the people who’s lives he touched. Thank you for giving us Tony.

  26. Our whole family is shocked and saddened to learn of Tony’s death. He was such a wonderful friend to us. It was a privilege to have had him in our lives.
    When we lived in Ontario we always enjoyed visits with him when he would stop by and share stories and laughs with us. And after we moved to Saskatchewan we were thrilled to have him come and visit with our family and even live close by us for a short while. He was like an Uncle to our kids and brother to us. And we always enjoyed phone visits and again – laughs of all the stories he would share about his adventures and work experiences. We are only one of many many families that are going to miss him so very much. We know how much he loved his family. He spoke highly of his mom and dad – loved his siblings and especially his nieces and nephews. He treasured his grandmother and extended family. He loved the Lord and desired to please Him with his life. And he demonstrated that love by his actions! If you needed him, he would be there. What a wonderful guy.
    We will be praying for all those he has left behind and thank God that he can now rest peacefully.
    Our deepest condolences to all.
    The Fox Family. Jay, Tara and children.

  27. Tony had such a great caring loving heart…he will greatly be missed..may the Lord be near to his family and friends during this time…

  28. Dear Bob and Sharon and all Tony’s family,

    We extend our heartfelt sympathy in the sad and unfair loss of Tony. He’s been a friend to our family for over 25 years and we are all finding it hard to accept the big guy is gone. He was one of a kind for sure, and he will be remembered by all of us with fondness and love. You are in thoughts and prayers.

  29. Tony was such a fabulous person. Anyone who knew Tony, was very blessed to have him as a friend. He was such a caring and thoughtful person and will be missed deeply! You would never know what story he would tell you next, and have you laughing hysterically all the while. I will miss those moments!

    My prayers go out to his family! He will be in my thoughts forever!

  30. Tony was truly an inspiration to everyone who knew him. Your many stories, random visits and helping hands will be treasured forever. We will miss you Tony.

  31. Tony was such a great friend and part of the Hern family. He would do anything for anyone. He will be dearly missed. Love u big guy!!!!

  32. Tony (known as Toni Balonie to my girls and nieces) is one of the most thoughtful, selfless, caring, hardworking, funny people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. He was always there to lend a helping hand, sometimes without even being asked. It is a shamed to lose him at such a early age. He will always be in our thoughts. We will miss him very much!

  33. Tony was a great cousin…we just got back in touch with each other but the short time we spent together was great.. you will be misssed

  34. My condolences to Tony’s family. I was a fellow member of the DAshwood & Area Fire Dept, and served a few years with him before he moved.