“The saying behind every good man is even a stronger woman I believe is a true statement. I have seen for real in the last couple of years with my own self in Crystal Chait. I don’t ever say much on how I feel or think about people. I must say that I admire Crystal and proud to say she is my niece. For what she has been through and done for her husband is amazing to have seen. Anthony was a great man very humble easy going quite spoken provider for his family. He worked two jobs most of the time before he got sick to make sure his little family was taken care of. Anthony got sick and still continued to work as he could sometimes just one day a week. I never heard him say a bad thing about it or him being sick or wanted anyone to feel sorry for him. I see him go to son’s ball games knowing he didn’t feel good. Seen him set and watch baseball on TV with the boy’s explaining the plays to them while watching his beloved Cleveland Indians knowing he was sick. He took all the time he could to be a father to all three of his children and never seen him get mad or say a bad thing to any of them.
He was great guy and I am very grateful for the time I had to spend with him and will always miss him.”
– Jimmy Huff
The family will receive friends from 6PM -8PM on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at Tim Stewart Funeral Home: 670 Tom Brewer Rd Loganville, GA 30052. (770) 466-1544. Please leave online condolences at www.stewartfh.com
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