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Bryan "Tony" Anthony Moreland
Date of Death: January 18, 2018
Trisha Moreland
Brent Moreland
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Bryan Anthony “Tony” Moreland, 46, of Cross Junction, Virginia passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 18, 2018, at Winchester Medical Center. Tony was born in 1971 in Washington, D.C., the son of Roger Moreland and the late Patricia Sperlazza. He was a stone mason…..but not just any stone mason, a very talented one that looked …
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Trisha Moreland left a message on January 25, 2018:
My dear ex husband and partner. I promise to take care of Brent and we miss you so much. I'm glad I was with you in the end and Brent. We were closer than anyone knew, which makes it so much harder. You were with us your last Christmas. We always loved you. Here's to THE coolest dead head to hit this town, he actually brought it here after seeing them in California. He was a true dead head, honest, loyal and lived an amazing life and wanted everyone to know. He had more fun than any one person deserves, so I light a candle in his memory. Rest in peace Love Trish
Brent Moreland left a message on January 25, 2018:
Dad, I love you so much and I will miss you. I will think of our family at the Lake and all the good times, you are with me everyday. You were a good Dad and our family times and trips, I'll always have. I love you, Dad.
Skipper Boswell left a message on January 23, 2018:
Dear Family, I think the last time I saw Tony was at Great Mammaw's funeral. So many years ago. I remember when my mother (Joyce Boswell) used to watch Kelly and Tony as very young children. So sorry for the loss of Tony, he was too young to be taken from the family. Hope everyone is coping with the loss well. No one should have to say goodbye to one of their children. My prayers go with you all and I hope to see you soon. Love, Skip Boswell
Leah (Pamela) Drake left a message on January 20, 2018:
The night we drove around sighting and capturing all the loose pink flamingos in Frederick County and stuffed them in the blue 85 Honda civic ... And so many more fun, silly times back in our childhood days. Loved Tony. His gleeful laughter was contagious. May he rest in peace. My heart is with all his friends and close family at this time.
Dave Lyne left a message on January 20, 2018:
I last saw Tony at the parking lot of the Martins on P.V.R. in Winchester on Christmas Eve. He was going into the Game Stop & said he wanted to get something for Brent. I always felt like I could be myself when I was around Tony, and I can't say that about many other people. So of course when I saw him it was all corny jokes, and cutting up- & I could usually get him to join in on my foolishness- He was definitely a unique Individual that I'm proud to call a friend. I will miss him. Rest In Peace Brother-
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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