Anthony was a wise, humble and independent person. He had a huge heart and put all of his family and friends first, especially his baby girl, Tanisha. Anthony had many hobbies including playing cards, organizing, he was known for randomly organizing your house, and had a passion for art. Anthony worked as a carpenter for most of his life and he was very proud of his work. He later found an interest in becoming a mechanic and learned it on his own but would run to his uncle Marty for help if he had any trouble. Anthony was a gentle man who was fond of animals. He had a big family and everyone he loved was known to him as his mom, dad, brother and sister. Because of this he was adopted as a brother by Charles Campbell. Anthony will be dearly missed.
He was predeceased by: his sister, Kerry Canepotato; his aunties, Cecilia Rabbitskin, Velma Isbister, Mary Canepotato and Valerie Rabbitskin; his uncles, Miles Canepotato, Percy Waterhen, Dennis Rabbitskin, Arnold Rabbitskin and Percy Rabbitskin; his paternal grandparents, Aurther (Kathleen) Rabbitskin; his maternal grandparents, Andrew (Louise) Canepotato; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Anthony is survived by: his pride and joy daughter, Tanisha Paddy; his loving parents, Rosie Canepotato and Richard Rabbitskin; his brothers, Andrew (Chantell) and Shelby Morris; his sisters, Chelsea (Darryl) and Verna (Mike); his uncles, John Canepotato and Harry Waterhen; his aunties, Anne (Wilson), Violet (Carlos) and Gladyse (Marty); and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
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