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Bradley M. Anthony

February 9, 1972 April 14, 2020
Bradley M. Anthony
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Bradley M. Anthony
Eaton-Bradley M. Anthony, 48, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, at Hamilton’s Community Memorial Hospital, following a long illness.
He was born on February 9, 1972 the son of Darryl and Patricia Sutor Anthony. Brad had graduated from Otselic Valley Central School. Following high school, he first worked for Mantell Brothers doing construction. He moved on to the former Cazenovia P & C Store where he worked numerous years. Brad then continued his career at the former Covidian Medical Manufacturing Plant in Oriskany Falls from 1993 to 2011. He was an excellent mechanic that helped to keep the assembly line moving, and enjoyed all his friendships with fellow employees. At the time the plant closed, Brad’s health prevented him from continuing in the work force. Always claiming to be “A Jack of all Trades, and a Master of None,” Brad had a talent to fix anything, or solve any problem that arose. He was a devoted “motor head,” who loved to repair or overhaul anything with a motor, big or small. Brad resurrected a 1966 Ford Mustang from the scrap heap, one of his pride and joys. He also had a passion for big four-wheel drive Ford trucks. His greatest source of pride and joy, were his three children: Dominic, Mersadi, and Haylee, who made his life complete.
Brad is survived by his beloved children, Dominic Anthony, and his wife, Carmen, of Williamson, SC, Mersadi Anthony, of Liberty, SC, and Haylee Anthony, of Morrisville; his mother, Patricia Anthony, of Erieville; his brother, Todd Anthony, of Oneida; his beloved uncles, Donald Sutor, of Camillus and Bruce Anthony, of California; two beloved grandchildren; his former wife Vikki Anthony, of Morrisville; a special friend and neighbor, who was always there, no matter the need, Devan Pelky; Phillip Hailston has been his best friend since high school and has always been by his side; many other relatives and close friends. Brad is also survived by his companion and traveling K-9 partner, Jack.
Brad was predeceased by his father, Darryl.
Especially during this healthcare crisis, Brad’s family extends heartfelt thanks to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Community Memorial Hospital for the compassionate care given to Brad.
In keeping with Brad’s wishes, at this time there will be no services or calling hours. Cremation will take place at the Waterville Crematorium. Brad’s care and final wishes have been entrusted to the care of the Paul Funeral Home of Madison. To offer a condolence of share a memory, please visit
In memory of Brad, kindly consider a donation in his name to the Community Memorial Hospital Foundation, 150 Broad Street Hamilton, New York 13346

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Waterville Cemetery Final Resting Place

Berrill Avenue
Waterville, NY 13480

Berrill Avenue Waterville 13480 NY
United States

Memorial Contribution

Community Memorial Hospital Foundation

150 Broad Street
Hamilton , NY 13346

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