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“Andre BoBo ”
1 of 9 | Posted by: Richardson - Gary, IN

“Tony- Wow, You were my niece's first Boyfriend, then later on worked for My Brother. I can't believe this, my heart hurts. My Dad (Papa) and (Mama)...Read More »
2 of 9 | Posted by: Joy Pohlman - Crown Point, IN

“I am so sorry...my deepest condolences to the family. I remember meeting Anthony in Chicago he was so polite such a kind welcoming heart.. I was...Read More »
3 of 9 | Posted by: Evelyn Corona - Long Beach, CA

“Tony I remember always passing by as kids on the street. Laughing talking for a bit and my dear neighborhood friend. I am so sorry for your close...Read More »
4 of 9 | Posted by: Maggie Bergum-Padilla - Highland

“Prayers during this difficult time. So sorry for your loss. ”
5 of 9 | Posted by: Colleen Brooks - IL - Friend

“Kim and family.....so deeply sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers. ”
6 of 9 | Posted by: Heidi and Josh Daniels - IN

“Sending prayers and try to stay strong. The lord just got himself a good Angel ”
7 of 9 | Posted by: Christle Blockland - Crown point

“Our prays go out for you children ”
8 of 9 | Posted by: Ted & Shelby Timmons - Blacklick, OH

“We are so deeply saddened by this news. Our hearts go out to anyone who loved him. ”
9 of 9 | Posted by: Kathleen Cool - Family


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Anthony L. Pruski, age 34, of Cedar Lake passed away Thursday, May 31, 2018. He is survived by 2 sons, Wyatt and Cody; parents, Kim & Scott Stokes; sister, Molly; brother, Jack; grandparents, Patricia Schmitz, Mildred Ward, and William Stokes; loved ones, Diana Pruski and Rick Ward; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Preceded in death by Jack Shannon and Exie Ward.
Friends may meet with the family on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 from 3 to 8 pm at Burdan Funeral Home 12901 Wicker Ave, Cedar Lake, IN. A prayer service will be held at 7:30 pm with Fr. Jim Wozniak officiating.
Tony loved his children more than anything. He enjoyed camping and fishing, working on and riding motorcycles. He loved baseball especially the Chicago White Sox. Tony will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.