Passed away suddenly at the age of 81. He leaves behind his adoring children, Kimberly (Kevin), Rick and Lisa, as well as devoted grandson, Devon. He will be fondly remembered by his by his brother Adrian and sister-in-law Hazel Bennett. Tony was predeceased by his loving wife, Diane in June 2019 as well as by his parents, Ernest George and Eileen Ann (Crawford) and by sisters Agatha (George Mann), Gwendolyn Bouchard (Lake Charles), Joyce Walser (Len), Mary, Zueleka: brothers Noel St. Ledger (Ruth), Toby and Terry. Tony led a distinguished career, spending 39 years in the Canadian Armed Forces until his retirement as well as being a former member of the Knights of Columbus, he also worked for the Commissionaires. Special thanks to the Montfort hospital for their excellent care in Tony’s final days. Friends and family are invited to a visitation on Monday, February 17th at Beechwood, Funeral, Cemetery and Cremation Services (280 Beechwood Ave) from 7-9m. The funeral service will take place on Tuesday, February 18th at 2pm. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society.
I miss you so much Dad.
I hope you and Mom are happy and together again
Andre and Jean Pepin
To the Westall family our deepest condolences
My deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of your Dad. I have fond memories of him and your Mom...and all of you kids too.
My heartfelt condolences go out to the Westall Family, Kim, Rick and Lisa. I am so sorry for your loss. I am honoured and blessed to have known your father. I will cherish my memories and be grateful for the times Tony and I spent together. Especially the late evening coffees and conversations at Timmys. I will truly miss him. From one Paratrooper to another “Rest in peace Tony”.
To Kimberly, Rick, Lisa, Family Members & Friends,
The members of the Canadian Forces Supplementary Radio (SUPRAD) System Oldtimers Association were saddened by the news of Tony's passing. Those who had the privilege of serving with Tony, during his 39 year distinguished military career in the Canadian Forces will forever remember his leadership and friendship. Tony will be fondly remembered at our SUPRAD Annual Reunion Service of Remembrance in June. Please know that as members of your extended military family, we will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Chester Muise BGen(rtd)
I worked with Tony in Sydney and in Ottawa. Found him to be a total professional, caring dedicated to the service and his country. My sincere condolences to the family.
Garth and Mary Jonah
To the Westall Family.
We had the pleasure of working with Tony, as well as getting to know Diane, when we served together in 720 Communication Squadron and Canadian Forces Station Debert from 1984 to 1987. They were very much involved in the life of these units. Tony was always a gentleman and cared very much for those who served under him. I know that he and Diane will be very much missed by your family. Our thoughts will be with you.
Former Commanding Officer
of 720 Comm Sqn/CFS Debert
Tony - You will be missed.
Tony was one of my Troop Sargent way back in 1969 at Vimy Barracks in Kingston. He showed me as a young 19 year old Tel tech how to be a soldier. My sympathy to the family
Tom and Kathy Joyce
Tony and I grew up fairly close as I spent many of my childhood weekends at Tony's home, and later we visited Tony, Dianne and the family many times over the years to keep in touch. He was like a brother for sure. Kathy and I share the family's grief.
Guy and Rhonda Corriveau
It is with great sadness to hear your loss. Our greatest condolences to you, Kim, Rick and Lisa. It was an great honor to serve with your father. I have many great and lovely memories at numerous gathering that we had together, especially in Truro. Our prayers are with you.