Condolences for Tony Edward Hickman

Dave Thomas posted on 10/4/19

I didn’t know Tony but from what I understand, he was a good man and loved by his family. I know his daughter from work and I know she cared for him as much as a daughter could, but as a human being, one can only do so much. I am deeply saddened by her loss, and I hope she knows that her Dad understands that, even now! Rest In Piece, Tony PS, Thank You for your service...

 

gary posted on 10/3/19

sorry for lose, my deepest condolence to the family.

 

Lisa Harmon. posted on 10/3/19

In Loving Memory of my Wonderful Dad God saw that you were tired and he put his hands around you and said come with me. If only I could have you back for just a little while longer. I needed to tell you I love you daddy one more time and then hear you say I love you too honey. It breaks my heart to lose you. I will cherish every memory I have growing up because you truly were a great dad! The special memories of you will always bring a smile to my face and because of your sense of humor there will also be a whole lot of laughing out loud! I love you dearly #1 dad and I will miss you every single day. xoxoxo

 

Cztherine Gardner posted on 10/2/19

Bryon and family, so sorry for the loss of your brother. May he rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers of with you.

 

June Banks posted on 10/1/19

Brian and Brenda..so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. May God guide you through your sorrow.

 

JasonLeary posted on 10/1/19

I’ve only known Tony for about seven years. so I didn’t know a whole lot about Tony. Other than he loves his children very much. Also I know anytime I would ask him if he needed anything It was always a McDonald’s fish sandwich. And his love for the Dallas Cowboys. So in 2016 I had the privilege of taking Tony and his daughter Lisa To their first cowboys NFL game. And even though it was no fun task getting Tony from the parking lot to his seats in the stadium. The look on both of their faces To share that moment together was well worth it. So even though I spent many of nights and days In the hospital with Tony and Lisa. That two day Dallas cowboy trip Is the memory I will always keep of Tony. So may he rest in peace because I know he now is.

 

John and judy posted on 10/1/19

sorry for your loss Brenda

 

Brenda Hickman Platek posted on 10/1/19

Tony was his own person. Being a sister to him was some times challenging but we loved each other deeply . He will always be in my heart and so for me I will always have his memories. Praying for the family that they will find peace in their hearts also. Rest In Peace my brother.