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“Still pointing at the sky! ”
1 of 7 | Posted by: Danial Pascal - Fraser, MI

“I love you so much! We had so many good times. You were my everything. I miss you so much. Our little ones miss you too. I promise to keep your...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Judy pascal - spouse

“I will never forget how Tony spoke up and explained in court the accident he and Judy witnessed at 12 Mile and Van Dyke that involved my parents. He...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: Jane Vsetula - Saint Clair Shores, MI

“It was beautiful. Sad but a happy occasion for everyone who was there. We all love ya dad! ”
4 of 7 | Posted by: Dan Pascal - Fraser, MI - Son

“Bye dad, miss you, love you forever. We'll take good care of mom. ”
5 of 7 | Posted by: Christopher Pascal - Warren, MI

“Don and I will miss our friend, Tony. We enjoyed our adventures together, Turkeyville, Frankenmuth (failed and successful), Polish Village, Comerica...Read More »
6 of 7 | Posted by: Jill Fleischmann - Eastpointe, MI

“God bless the family and friends of Tony. He was a great brother-in-law. ”
7 of 7 | Posted by: Beverly Flaton - Family

Anthony Lawrence Pascal, age 73 of Warren, died Saturday, October 7, 2017 at St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Macomb Center in Warren. He was born August 30, 1944 in Detroit, son of the late Lawrence and the late Helen (nee: Kozlowski) Huszlak.

Anthony was a focused individual, the kind of person who sought after and reaped some wonderful rewards and achievements in life. One of the first was receiving his Master's Degree which came after many days and nights of sacrificing for the better good. Putting his educational prowess to work in the banking industry, Anthony placed his focus, once again, on loftier goals by seeking after a managerial position in pursuit of success. So was it any surprise the day that Anthony was promoted to Bank Manager, the position he held upon accepting his well-deserved retirement.

Yet if we're equating Anthony to being focused, then anybody who truly knew this great guy will attest to the "laser focus" he exuded on the most important backyard implement he owned,…his cherished BBQ Grill. When it came to cooking outdoors, Anthony made it look so easy and was like watching an artist at work. The grill was his canvass, and the spatula his paint brush. When he was done, you could count on the fact that something juicy and mouthwatering was about to placed on your plate. From his delectable steaks, to his fall-off-the-bone ribs, a taste of anything from the Grill Master was bound to set your taste buds spinning wildly out of pure delight. And of course, what better to accompany one of Anthony's feasts off the grill than a heaping bowl of his homemade French Onion Soup? (Is anybody, other than me, getting massively hungry right about now?) Yeah,…a simple bowl of broth, onions, cheese and croutons that would make your eyes pop out,…all because he focused on creating something stupendous and sensational.

In experiencing some of his other pastimes, Anthony loved picking up a good book and immersing himself in the written word. Some of his favorites genres included both science fiction and the works from various murder-mystery novelists. With the complexities of banking and finance filling his mind from day-to-day, there was a sweet release each time he focused on balancing it all with the mental vacations he afforded himself in reading. And yes, like many guys out there, he did share a bit of an appetite for the game of football, too. Though Anthony wasn't perceived as an avid fan,…still, it offered him, yet, another escape from the daily processes and ushered him into the realm of entertainment. Then there was a favorite spot that Anthony loved visiting from time-to-time, the Bavarian Village of Frankenmuth. With so many interesting and cultural sights & sounds to behold, traveling north to this little town, nestled in the heart of Tuscola County, made for a host of pleasures to enjoy. Beer, chicken, fudge, a Glockenspiel,…it all provided countless delights of which Anthony could never get enough.

A loving husband, father and grandfather, Anthony touched a multitude of hearts and souls in his journey through life, especially his dear family of whom he treasured immensely. His cherished grandchildren meant the world to him and lifted his heart each time they shared one another's company. He leaves a legacy of love to be embraced by all who were blessed to know this dear man,…he will truly be missed.

Anthony was the beloved husband of Judy. Dear father of Danial (Diana), Christopher, and Adrianne (Shawn) Rigoulot. Loving grandfather of Makayla, Gavin, Leah, and Faith.

Private arrangements have been entrusted to the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd.) in Warren.

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