- June 26, 1941 - March 14, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Tony's Passing
- In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: United States Naval Academy, Class of 1963 Center for Academic Excellence Fund, www.usna63.org/foundation/PledgeForm.pdf
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Thank you, Tony, for your service to our country.
Posted by: Col George O Lewis, USAF (Ret) - Austin, TX - Friend Mar 31, 2012
My sincerest condolences to Tony's family. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing. It's been such a long time since we were in touch, but I will always have such fond memories of working with him for many years at BFI. Definitely one of the good guys!
Posted by: Norma Pezzuto - Edina, MN - Former Co-Worker & Friend Mar 28, 2012
Tony and I had a great time working together over a 4-5 year period. He was a master of jokes and we had a healthy exchange during that period. His thoughtfulness and memory served him well as he was often known for remembering friends birthdays, weddings, and major accomplishments.
I request that God blesses Tony, his wife and both boys through the years to come and may our memories of Tony always be cherished.
Posted by: Ernie Neal - Columbus, OH - Co-worker Mar 25, 2012
Our thoughts and prayers are with Tony's family. He was a true gentleman. It was my honor and privilege to work with Tony at BFI.
Posted by: Ann Hodge - Katy, TX - Friend from BFI Mar 23, 2012
Tony was one of my closest friends after I moved to Houston and I will miss him. But I can’t think of him without remembering his quick wit, how hard he worked, how proud he was of his two sons Ben and Nathan, and how upbeat he was no matter the situation. Whether it was his jokes, his readiness to talk politics or his poetic license with variations on “The Night Before Christmas” – he always made me smile. His
Posted by: Curt Johnson - Richmond, TX - Friend and coworker Mar 22, 2012
My mother was Frances Albright and my sister is Nancy Lowery. To say the least the Breard family has played a huge part in my life.
One of my most cherished memories is the trip we made with the Breard's to Annapolis, Maryland for Tony's graduation. "June Week", and all that it involved, is forever etched in my memory as one of the best times in my life. I can still see the cadets in their white uniforms as they marched
Posted by: Mary Albright Dezendorf - Shreveport, LA - friend Mar 21, 2012
So sorry, my prayers are with you, I love you, Frona
Posted by: Frona Call - Gallipolis Ferry, WV - close friend of Beverly Mar 21, 2012
Tony's warm personality and friendship will be greatly missed by all that came to know him. His keen sense of humor and quick wit made him a joy to be around. We extend our sincerest condolences to Beverly and his family during this period of great sorrow. Gone, but never forgotten.
Rich and Betty-Ray Wilson
Posted by: Rich and Betty-Ray Wilson - San Diego, CA - Naval Academy Classmate Mar 20, 2012
I had the pleasure of having Tony in my life for 15 years. He was a witness to my life and my marriage to Yvonne. He counseled me thru the best and worst of times. He pushed me to succeed and picked me up after failures. He was not my Father but he was my Dad. I watched him make my mother the happiest I have ever seen her. I watched him raise his grandchildren to the respectful young adults
Posted by: Mark Lewis - Houston, TX - Son Mar 20, 2012
I was fortunate to see and visit with my favorite Father-in-law a few days before he went to be with our Lord. He was making us laugh and we were making him laugh, I fed him Tapioca pudding and ice chips. It was the least I could do after all of the dinner requests I made of him and he happily prepared for me when Mark and I would visit him and Beverly. I will cherish the times we attended
Posted by: Yvonne Lewis - Houston, TX - Favorite Daughter-in-law Mar 19, 2012