Hollyburn Funeral Home

1807 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC


Mr. Anthony Richard Killick

May 31, 1949August 1, 2019

Anthony Richard Killick was born on May 31, 1949 and passed away on August 1, 2019.


  • KILLICK Monday, August 12, 2019
  • KILLICK Monday, August 12, 2019


Mr. Anthony Richard Killick

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Laurie Brunette

August 11, 2019

Many laughs and stories, Rest in Peace forever remembered, Tony eyes lit up when he talked about his wife and how he met his love. Tony wanted the best for his wife and two children.

Alison Ballance

August 10, 2019

I was surprised and saddened to hear of Tony's passing. My condolences to his family. Tony was a character to work with, and I enjoyed working with him. I think my fav time was when he was in the galley... he wasn't happy there, but we worked and laughed and understood each other somewhat! He was a very steady, reliable co-worker as a second steward. I'm glad he worked his way to a place he enjoyed somewhat. He was a very dedicated worker. We used to have good discussions about soccer... we were never "for" the same team, so it was kind of fun to banter. Tony was one of the healthiest eaters I have ever met. He was quite pleased when I was able to bring him figs from a neighbours garden! My love to his family. You will be missed Tony! Love, Gertie! :)

liz allin

August 9, 2019

I am saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Tony. My prayers and condolences go out to his family during this time of grief. Tony will be missed by many of us who worked alongside of him for so many years. Through conversations with Tony, I have had the privilege of hearing about his many wonderful travel experiences; his excitement and happiness at the arrival of his family from Thailand; and his journey alongside his mother during her time of passing. Tony was a presence whom I will remember and miss.
Rest in Peace, my friend.
Love, Liz

Beatrice Ferguson

August 8, 2019

Tony and I worked closely together for years. He was very supportive of me while my first husband battled cancer, and subsequently passed away in 2008.
It makes me so sad that Tony had to go before he had the chance to retire and enjoy his wife and children with leisure, both here and in Thailand.
Rest in peace and love Tony, you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

amy chow

August 8, 2019

I am so sorry to hear about Tony's passing. Every time I saw him on shore we talked about his new family. Like a typical parent, he complained about the kids' screen time, and he wanted them to study more. It was great to see him in this new role.

I worked with Tony for more than 10 years on the boat before going to shore, and I am so sorry that we did not catch up more. He was very supportive of my freelance writing career and I will miss him a lot.

Amy Chow
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