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Anthony J. “Tony” Pultnovich

June 5, 1930 - June 5, 2019

          Anthony J. “Tony” Pultnovich, age 89, of New Castle, DE, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

          Born in Shamokin, PA on May 28, 1930, Tony was a son of the late Joseph Thomas and Stella (Visniskie) Pultnovich.  He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.  Tony then worked as a butcher with Acme Markets for more than 35 years.

          An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed fishing and hunting.  Tony was a member of the NRA and the Brandywine Rod & Gun Club.  Above all, he will be remembered as a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather and dear friend to many.

          In addition to his parents, Tony was preceded in death by his daughter, Cheryl A. Morton; siblings; and grandson, Kyle Anthony Pultnovich.  He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Helen (Buckwash) Pultnovich; son, Kevin Anthony Pultnovich of New Castle; siblings, Agnes Robel and Vince Pultnovich, both of PA; granddaughter, Ashley Wilson; and great granddaughter, Charley Wilson.

          A committal service will be held at 10 am on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, in the chapel of Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear, DE.

          In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Tony’s memory to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.

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10 Guestbook messages for Anthony J. “Tony” Pultnovich

  • Dear Pultnovich Family and friends, may you find comfort in knowing that your dear one, Anthony, is safe in the memory our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah God (Ps. 83:18), who will remember every detail about Tony and bring him back in the upcoming Resurrection. Acts 24:15. JW.org.

  • So sorry for your loss of Tony. I worked with him at University Plaza. He was quite a character and I loved his funny laughter. So sorry for your loss.

  • So sad to hear of Tonys passing. I thoroughly enjoyed working next to him throughout my meat cutting career at ACME. Tony and I shared several similar interests such as shooting, hunting and fishing and was always willing to share his vast knowledge. Most unforgettable where his stories of his service during the Korean War. A true gentle giant once you got to know him. That unforgettable voice and trademark cigar I’m sure he’ll be missed by many ,RIP (Blow’m Up) Tony. Michael Malm

  • Had some good times working with tony. Always had that cigar in his mouth.

  • Uncle Tony, say Hi to my dad an mom for me…. its been awhile…until we meet again.
    Love
    Gina Pultynovich Carey
    Niece

  • Sending Love and Deepest Sympathy from the Pultynovich Girls (Bernard & Catherine Pultynovich’s Daughters) Debbie, Regina, Grace and Cathy xoxo

  • We miss you uncle Tony our prayers are with you now rip uncle tony

  • Uncle Tony, may you now rest in peace with the many family members who passed before you: Your father Joseph 1974 & mother Stella 1974, your brother Robert who died in infancy, your brother Bernard 2000 & his wife Catherine 2017, your brother John (Jack) 1986 & his son John Jr. 1975, your brother David 2005 & wife Patsy 2011, your sister Estella 2015 & her husband Paul 2006, your brother Joseph 2012, your brother Stanley (Stosh) 2016 & his wife Christine (Tina) 1979, your brother-in-law William Robel 2002, & sister-in-law Rosetta 2008…wife of your brother Thomas Pultynovich still residing in New York. In addition to brother Thomas Pultynovich, you will also be mourned by loving family: brother Vincent & wife Crystal, sister Agnes Robel, sister-in-law Michelle “Mickie” (wife of Joseph), sister-in-law Viola (wife of Jack), niece Theresa & her husband Joseph, nephew Paul & his wife Dawn, great nephews Paul Anthony & Michael Richard, and numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws & many extended family members.

    Our deepest sympathies to family, friends and all that knew him.

    “Like a bird singing in the rain, let grateful memories survive in time of sorrow. ~Robert Louis Stevenson

  • Rest in Peace Uncle Tony. I miss your hunting stories and big guns, and big trucks. I think of you every Sunday morning when I am at the ACME when I’m waiting in line for the butcher. You were a good man Uncle Tony!

  • I am so sorry to hear of the passing of our sweet uncle Tony. I have fond memories of your weekend visits at Mom and Dad’s.