Anthony “Tony” Posadas, Jr. of Fort Pierce, FL passed away on March 22, 2023. He was 73 years old.
Tony was born in Bristol, CT to Doris and Anthony Posadas, Sr. on March 26, 1949. Tony grew up in Bristol, Ct and graduated from Bristol Eastern High School. Tony was married to Holly (Thum) Posadas for 33 years.
Tony was a Heavy Equipment Operating Engineer, where he was at his glory behind the bucket. A proud Concealed Weapons Instructor, educating citizens to uphold their Second Amendment rights. Tony was an avid motorcycle enthusiast, and you would always catch him riding his Harley Davidson with his beard flying in the wind.
Tony is survived by his wife Holly of Fort Pierce, FL; daughters, Erika Raulerson of Lake City, FL; Brittany Murray of Fort Pierce, FL; grandchildren, Brayden and Trace of Lake City, FL; Adalynn of Fort Pierce, FL; sister, Sandy Levesque of Bristol CT and many cherished family members and dear friends.
Tony is predeceased by his parents Anthony and Doris Posadas and his sister Diane (Posadas) Cova.
A Celebration of Life is planned, please contact the family or the American Legion Post 40, 810 S US Hwy 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 phone (772) 461-1480 for additional information. Condolences may be shared online at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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