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Anthony V. Wylesky

Published On: Oct 31 2013 02:48:53 PM CDT

MAZOMANIE/LODI-Anthony V. “Tony” Wylesky, age 29, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, October, 17, 2013.

He was born on February 3, 1984 in Prairie du Sac. Tony spent most of his childhood in Mazomanie, some would say he was a member of the three terrible T’s. Together the terrible T’s were a strong force in Mazomanie, Tony, Travis and Tyler. The stories that could be told…

Tony met Iggy while he was playing football and formed a friendship as they were both avid sports lovers. Iggy and his family made such an impact on our lives, like an extended family.

When his nephew was a newborn, Jace made his presence known to Tony by peeing on him. From that unsuspected moment Tony fell in love with this little bub. He enjoyed playing video games, calling his friends and family at all hours of the night, before you knew it mom and Tony were talking on the phone for more than an hour and a half. He also enjoyed 4-wheeling. He recently took up hunting and was so proud of last year’s hunt. Tony enjoyed spending time with Grandma Chitek, she taught Tony how to cook and bake, one of his favorite recipes was pumpkin bars. He enjoyed his time with Steven, playing on-line video games and driving around. Tony loved his sports car and spending time with Elise, with who accepted his proposal to marriage.

Tony is survived by his mother, Bonnie Walton; grandmother, Audrey Chitek; brother, Steven Walton; nephew, Jace “little bubs” Walton; fiancé, Elise Keith; close friends, Michael Amador, Travis and Tyler Spencer.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family.

Tony touched the hearts of many people, he will be deeply missed.

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