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Obituary for Anton Tony Sadar

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Anton Tony Sadar

October 23, 1933 - December 10, 2013

Anton Tony Sadar, 80, passed away at Ogden Regional Medical Center on December 10, 2013 surrounded by his family.  Anton was born October 23, 1933 to Anton Sadar and Yosefa Papes in Yugoslavia/Slovenia.  He got his education in agriculture in Yugoslavia/Slovenia.  He married Ema Plahut in Germany on April 8, 1958.

Anton came to the United States in 1959 where he settled in Midvale, UT to work with the produce at Bern’s Super Foods.  He then went to Hill Air Force Base as produce manager where he eventually retired.  He loved to fish and camp and enjoyed traveling, especially with his family and friends.

Anton is survived by his wife, Ema; his son, Zoran Sadar, Clearfield, UT; a sister, Milka Rulf, Germany; a sister, Marica Bradac, Slovenia; a brother, Joe Sadar, Sr., Salt Lake City, and several nieces and nephew in Slovenia, Germany and the United States.  He was preceded in death by his parents,  one brother, and two sisters from Slovenia.

It was Anton’s wishes not to have a funeral service, please remember him at his best of life.

Anton will be inurned at the Leavitt’s Aultorest Mausoleum.

 

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Leavitt's Aultorest Mausoleum

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836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403

 

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Born: October 23, 1933
Died: December 10, 2013

Condolences for Anton Tony Sadar

Briana Beckstrand posted on 12/17/13

Tony was a good husband, father and friend and the world will miss him very much. My heartfelt condolences go to his family.

 

Brad & Shirley Peterson posted on 12/16/13

Dear Sadar Family, We wanted to send our thoughts of Tony and let you know how sorry we are to see they he has passed away. We ride our bikes past your house and would see Tony there. We also would see him walking the streets of Roy - always with a smile and a greeting of hello. We enjoyed many years of 'visits' as we passed by your house. He was very concerned wife Ema when she was ill and in the hospital in the last couple of years. She came out of the house and visited with us once after she had recovered. He talked of Zoran and told us stories of his life. We will miss him and wished we would have known he was ill. Sometimes a year goes very quickly and I know this fall when we went past your house we commented that we hadn't seen Tony in a long time. I wish we would have knocked on your door to see if he was doing ok. We loved visiting with him and will miss him. Love and prayers go out to you and your family. . . . The Peterson's, Roy, Utah xoxo

 

George A. Klipper posted on 12/16/13

Our sincere condolences to Ema and Zoran and their family. George and Rosana Klipper Washington Terrace, Utah

 

Brad Lasater posted on 12/15/13

Dear Zoran, I , along with my family wish to express our sincerest condolences with the loss of your Father. Respectfully Always, Brad Lasater

 

Darlene & Dennis Chugg posted on 12/13/13

We are so sorry for your loss. We have many wonderful memories of so many times shared together as neighbors and friends. We enjoyed so many camping trips together and enjoyed both of you and Zoran, We send our Love and Prayers to both of you.

 

Darlene & Dennis Chugg posted on 12/13/13

We are so sorry for your loss. We have many great memories of the many times we shared together. We will miss him. Our sincere condolences to you and Zoran.

 

Lee Stephenson posted on 12/12/13

So sorry for your loss. Tony and I were co-workers and great friends. I will miss him.

 

Lee Stephenson posted on 12/12/13

So sorry for your loss, Tony was a co-worker and great friend. I will always remember him.

 

Nancy Roberts posted on 12/12/13

Ema and Zoran, I was sorry to hear of Tony's passing. He will always remain in my memories as a great neighbor and friend. Hope to be able to see you the next time I am in Utah. Love you.

 

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