OBITUARY

Anthony Gregory Paashaus

February 24, 1959November 13, 2020

Anthony Gregory Paashaus was born on February 24, 1959 and passed away on November 13, 2020 and is under the care of Funeraria del Angel University.

Graveside Service will be held on November 23, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Funeraria del Angel South Lawn, 5401 South Park Ave, Tucson, AZ.

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Steve Ball

November 24, 2020

My condolences to the Paashaus family and all close to them. I consider myself to be one who was close to the family. Nana was always quick to whip up a snack or a cup of tea, late nite jam sessions in the attic are fond memories. I’m a bit shocked to hear of Tony’s passing he had been one to take creat care of himself. May he Rest In Peace.
Steven Ball

paul stahl

November 23, 2020

My sincere condolences to the Paashaus family on their loss of, Tony, dear younger brother of Rocco whom was lost to covid earlier this year , and their older brother, charlie. I was mainly friends with Charlie, who was a year older than me, i knew Tony from my frequent visits to their home on Linden Avenue. Tony now joins his beloved mother,father,brother and their grandmother beloved Nanny, chef extraordinaire! RIP Tony

Victoria Koehne

November 23, 2020

I will be making a donation in Tony's memory to The Shrine of St. Joseph, Stirling, NJ...They work with the poor & provide needed services, such as food, couseling, legal services....May his memory live on in others...

Ronnie Kushner

November 23, 2020

Addendum

Tony was sensitive , kind , generous & shared whatever he had to share , he shared from the Heart and we shared a Lifetime of Soul nourishing experiences .

His body is laid to rest although he made Good use of his time here & so his Spirit remains with all that he touched.

Peace Om Shanti Aum

Victoria Koehne

November 22, 2020

I know Tony through my brother, Ronnie Kushner, I also knew his brother Rocco...Both were visitors at my home many times...One memory in particular I recall Tony visiting me on a NJ visit from Az.
We had lunch & sat on my porch for the afternoon and talked & enjoyed one another...my deepest sympathy & condolences to his family & friends...RIP "Tony" thank you for leaving your " shine" with so many.

Steve Reiter

November 22, 2020

Deepest condolences to his friends and family. Tony and I had become very close shorty after high school. I got him a job where I worked and we became very good friends and have remained so up until his passing. I visited him many times him Tuscon, and he I. We were talking quite a bit lately as I was considering moving to the Tuscon area.

His passing came as a shock, as we had just talked and Tony said he was in good healt, excising, and weighed around the same he did in HS. Still in shock. Love you my brother. Rest in peace

Ronnie Kushner

November 21, 2020

My condolence to Family and all friends.

I'd like to share some of my history memories and thoughts.

I first met Tony in 1967 when he was in the 2nd grade of St.Leos as he was the younger brother of Rocco with whom I had established a friendship.

I enjoyed most weekends in sleepover parties at their residence / house from circa 1968 through approx 1973.

Tony and I grew up together sharing many friends and enjoying the same types of music, we were both initially instructed in how to play guitar by his older brother Charlie and enjoyed going to many concerts together with family and friends.

We both shared an interest in growing plants and gardening.

We enjoyed a lifelong friendship, shared with older siblings knew parents, grand Aunt "Nanny" who was a fantastic cook and owned the house that the Passhaus Family lived in and with whom Tony enjoyed a special loving relationship
I got to know his extended family of cousins and piblings , and they were all as a 2nd family to me.

Our mothers worked together as waitresses for caterers.

Tony's father was a professional clarinetist who was a member of General Pattons marching band while he served in WWII .

I became very interested in Yoga in 1972 and shared my interest with Tony which resulted in both of us being initiated into Kriya Yoga in the summer of 1976 after being made aware of Yogiar (i.e., Yogi S.A.A Ramaiah) by our mutual friend Neal and Tony remained devoted to the cause of Kriya Yoga.

So, after Tony moved to AZ in the mid-1980's we stayed in frequent contact throgh telephone calls and he often stayed at my house when he came back to NJ to visit.

Tony was like a brother in whom I could confide and share my deepest thoughts and feelings.

I am glad that Tony was able to host Thanksgiving and Christmas at his house in Tucson where many were able to Celebrate a Communion of Life .

I will miss our decades of sharing and marathon telephone calls .

Tony was sensitive , kind , generous and shared whatev

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