Funeral Tribute

Anthony (Tony) Francis Bannan-Cane

20/10/2020

In loving memory of Anthony (Tony) Francis Bannan-Cane who sadly succumbed to his battle with cancer.
Tony was originally from Sydney NSW and late of Logan Reserve Queensland.
Tony passed away in the QEII Jubilee Hospital on Tuesday 20th October 2020 aged 60 years young.
Tony leaves behind his 2 adored children Matthew and Bree along with his Mother Helen. He is the eldest of 5 children and is big brother to Lisa (deceased), Daniel, Kylie and Michael (deceased). He also has many nieces and nephews.
Tony will be remembered firstly as a loving, caring father, son and brother. He was a salt of the earth good Aussie bloke. The quintessential Aussie battler. Characteristics that Tony displayed right until the very end.
Tony had a passion for family, music, sport and horses. He would tell you he was exceptional at all things he tried his hand at (with a wink and a nod). He was a larrikin with a wicked sense of humour.
A sense of humour that was well appreciated by all especially the amazing staff at QEII Palliative care unit. The family will be forever grateful for the care provided to our Dad, Son and brother at the end.
The service will be held on Monday 26th October 2020 commencing at 10:30am (Queensland Time).
Matt and Bree invite all family and friends, especially those interstate who cannot attend, to join the service and say goodbye to their Dad, via a link that will be provided.

Where

Albany Creek Memorial Park (Lakeview Chapel)

When

Monday 26th October 2020

Time

Private

Address

Private

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