Anthony Sysiuk

Anthony Sysiuk

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SYSIUK: Anthony (Tony) Philip- It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Anthony (Tony) Philip Sysiuk, on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at The Meadows of Ancaster, in his 84th year. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife Ruth-Ann. He had a generous heart and was a loving dad to Janet Sysiuk, Marie (Darius) Verbickas and Michael (Pam) Sysiuk; proud and adoring Dziadziu to Andrina, Graydon, and Anastasia. He was a beloved brother to Carole Sobolewski and Winston (Helen) Sysiuk and sister-in-law Julia. Tony is predeceased by his parents Walter and Nellie Sysiuk, brother Stanley, and brother-in-law Joseph. Tony will be missed by Ruth-Ann’s children Mark (Liz) Caswell (Alyssa and Shayla) and Nicole Caswell. He will be also be missed by many nieces, nephews, extended family, and dear friends. After a brief time in tool and dye at Massey Ferguson, Tony started working at the Ford Motor Company in Oakville. As a result of his strong work ethic, he progressed as a leader to a successful career in management for 22 years. He loved sailing out of Bronte Harbour, fishing and enjoyed many summers on the lake. He was blessed with more than 25 years of retirement, spending his time on the golf course, woodworking, gourmet cooking, and escaping to Florida for the winters. He relished his new routine where “every day was a Saturday”. Tony will forever be remembered as a kind and loving soul with beautiful blue eyes and a warm smile. Heartfelt gratitude to Dr. C. Patterson for his compassionate care and guidance that assisted our family to make informed decisions in Anthony’s Alzheimer’s journey. We are deeply grateful to the staff teams at Amica (Dundas), HE and HN at St. Joseph’s W5th and the Meadows in Ancaster. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements have been entrusted to Serenity Burial & Cremation Services. 361 Main Street, Port Dover (226) 290-9093. Due to COVID-19, a family service will take place at a later date. For those wishing to make a memorial donation in Tony’s name, please consider the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Alzheimer’s Society. Online condolences can be left at
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Lee Barber

Posted at 06:38pm
We were sorry to hear of Tony's passing but jubilant in the fact that he is alive and in heaven with Jesus, whom he loved.
Tony was ready and for that we are thankful. He was a wonderful soul. We remember fondly his visits here to Lake Nosbonsing,
Our warmest condolences to Aunt Ruth Ann and his family.
Love ,
Rhonda Lee and Frank Barber

Patsy Zabel

Posted at 12:15pm
Dear Ruth-Ann & Family

Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Tony, a beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother. I do remember those blue eyes ( a family trait)

Tony & Patsy (Kozak) Zabel

Morris Paley

Posted at 04:16pm
My Uncle Tony was a good spirited man at a number of family functions along with helping me getting my foot in the door at Ford Canada on the truck assembly line as my first job. Thank you Uncle Tony for many good memories. Morris Paley

Alex Suderman

Posted at 12:59pm
What a priviledge and honor it has been to be a friend ofTony's! He was a gentleman,kind,encouraging and man of faith.
Alex and I have spent time with Ruth Ann and Tony enjoyng food, golf and a week together in Florida. Thats where I gave him
a haircut! And He didn't even have to pay! Lots of good times! He will always remain in our memories! Alex & Elva Suderman

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