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August 23, 1999 - November 12, 2018
Anthony John “Little Tony” Bader, Jr., 19, of Covington Township, died Monday afternoon due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Born August 23, 1999 in Scranton, he was the son of Stacey Davis Lacek, and husband, Michael, and Anthony John Bader, and wife, Dr. Kelly McGuire-Bader. Educated in North Pocono School District, he was employed by his father at BNT Movers and currently, Locust Ridge Quarry – the H & K Group. Little Tony was also an independent lawn care specialist.
With a giving heart, infectious smile, and caring attitude, helping people was Little Tony’s specialty. There was never a person he met that he didn’t find some way to make their life a bit better. If it had a motor, he loved it. He lived his life as such that his loss will be immense but his impact will be so much greater.
Surviving in addition to his parents, are his loving siblings, Sarah, Matthew, Jaimin, Ryan, Cole, and Phoebe; his very blessed grandparents, William and Cheryl Davis; Joyce Clark and David Farrell; Robert and Lucero Bader; Jenny Bader; Colleen McGuire and Timothy Kramer; and his Grandma and Grandpa up the farm; the love of his life, Kaylee Widmer; several aunts, uncles, and cousins; and countless friends.
A Celebration of Little Tony’s Life will be held on Saturday at 10 AM in the Daleville United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 423 Dorantown Road, Covington Township, with Rev. Michael Hauser, officiating. Interment will follow in Fairview Memorial Park, Elmhurst.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects on Friday from 4 – 7 PM in the Church Fellowship Hall.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Anthony to Marley’s Mission, 2150 Port Royal Road, Clarks Summit, PA 18411. Please visit www.kearneyfuneralhomes.com for additional information or to leave an online condolence.
Arrangements are under the loving care of his “Grandpa”, Timothy M. Kramer, Funeral Director, and entrusted to the Kearney Funeral Homes, Inc., Old Forge and Scranton.