Anthony Edward Kolasinski

Anthony Edward Kolasinski

Passed: April 27, 2024

Anthony Edward Kolasinski

Passed: April 27, 2024


In loving memory of Anthony Edward Kolasinski, age 69, who passed away unexpectedly in the early morning of April 27th 2024, Mesa Arizona.
“There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.” – Charles Dickens
Among the many things we will miss, we will miss your laughter and the warmth of your big heart; you pulled us out of bad times, reassured us, comforted us, and connected us. These were a powerful source of positivity and the absence will be felt in our lives.
Anthony cherished spending time outdoors and instilled a love for nature in his daughters and grandchildren. His passion for camping, hunting, fishing, and travel created cherished memories that will live on in our hearts. In 2018, Anthony fulfilled one of his lifelong dreams of exploring the rugged beauty of Alaska. This journey symbolized his adventurous soul and the determination to embrace nature. Though he has left us, his spirit of exploration and love for the outdoors will forever inspire those who knew him.
Anthony is survived by Sharon, their twin daughters, Amelia and Amanda, two grandchildren, Brenden and Evelyn, and his siblings Richard, Theresa and Patricia.

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2 responses to Anthony Edward Kolasinski

  1. We are so sorry for your loss. I am glad he got to see Amanda married, and his grandchildren grow into young adults. He gave Aislinn (Heather’s daughter) a stuffed bearded dragon , named Bertwin, that is her best friend.
    He will be greatly missed.

  2. I am really going to miss him… His big heart, his sense of adventure, and his in genera presence. There have been so many laughs, so many memories, and so much care. I wasn’t his daughter by blood but I certainly felt like one over the years. Aside from wishing he were still here, I wish he got to meet my daughter. He bought her a book and signed it (Amelia and Amanda’ dad). I thought, how silly, my daughter is going to know him. I was planning to make the arrangement next week, and now next week is too late. I’m thankful to have the memories, the book, and a stuffed animal that my daughter loves to bits. I’m so sorry for everyone’s loss.

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