In Memory

Tony Lucero

Tony Lucero

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11/06/15 09:33 PM #1    

Kathy Ames (Keepers)

Tony was a great guy. Even with his disabilites, he always had a smile and made me laugh. He wanted to be friends with everyone, and I was lucky enough to be one of his friends. He and I were in Spanish class with Mrs. Harnden and it was fun because he knew alot of the language. He also played tricks in class and kept everyone laughing. Tony, Vaya Con Dios.

04/19/16 11:40 AM #2    

Jimmie Ashcraft

Tony and I became friends in the 6th grade at Garfield school. We had many lunches together and I always enjoyed his smiling face. One of my best memories is helping Tony with his schoolwork and watching him get excited when he finally understood a concept. His graduation was indeed a triumph in persistence in a time when disabilities were not as welcomed as today. God Bless you Tony!

04/20/16 11:59 AM #3    

Gary Scheidecker

Kathy ,Thanks for starting something on this guy. I think I first met Tony at South Park one summer when participating in summer activities through the Parks and Rec Department. Can't remember if I was hanging out at  Veterans Park that summer or Pioneer. Thats not really important, but meeting Tony was. Also had some classes with Tony including Spanish with Mrs.Harnden as well. Never will forget his SMILE and his,  I'm always having a perfect day attitude. There was never a dull moment when Tony was around.

04/23/16 09:41 PM #4    

Kathy Eide (Frisby)

Who could ever forget Senora Harnden and Tony. Many days she picked him up and drove him to school and you couldn't walk by her room and not have a smile on your face because she just oozed caring for all of her students and the love of Espanol. She was always so professionally dressed. I don't know if she had biological children but she certainly had a big family of us from BSHS. And she gave each one of us a Spanish name and used them faithfully. Do you remember yours?

04/24/16 09:43 AM #5    

Kathy Ames (Keepers)

oh yes, I know my name. It is probably the same that you had, Kathy. I was Catalina!


04/24/16 11:17 AM #6    

Mark Noennig

Me llamo Marco, servidor de usted.  At least that is the way I remember it!  Tony will be missed and remembered by many.


04/25/16 07:35 AM #7    

James Zeiler

My name is Diego.  We certainly could use the smiles and gentle nature of Antonio in this world.  Everyone give a smile and  practice Tony's attitude every day. 

04/25/16 07:47 AM #8    

Paul Ontiveros

I was in sixth grade at Garfield elementary with Tony, in Bill Fox's class. Mr. Fox had a special fondness for Tony , I think it was because Tony lived life always with a laugh and a smile inspite of his adversity.Around Christmas Mr. Fox had a small celebration and encouraged the students to participate  so Tony ,not needing anymore persuasion ,went to the front of the class and sang a Christmas standard , I don't remember which one but I do remember it brought a smile on to everyones faces.

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