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Tony passed away February 9, 2021 at St Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, CO., from complications due to Covid-19. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will take place on Tony's birthday, Sunday, June 20 at 1 p.m. at Parkway Funeral Service, 2330 Tyler Pkwy, Bismarck.
Tony was born June 20, 1966 in Two Harbors, MN, to Susan (Harling) and Cpt. James Shereck.
Tony grew up on the Northshore, MN. He went to school in Silverbay, MN, until moving with his family in 1983 to Beulah where he graduated in 1984.
Tony went to school for welding in Wahpeton and Troy, OH. Tony lived in Minneapolis, MN, and moved back to Bismarck before settling in Colorado.
Tony is survived by his mother, Susan Koski (Orv Millang); stepdad, Jerry Koski; sisters, Dawn Bauer, Christine (Steve) Kellar and Terri (Tim) Rader; stepbrother, Mark (Jill) Koski; stepsister, Tracie Koski; five nieces and nephews; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
He was preceeded in death by his father, James; and all his grandparents.
Tony was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by those who loved him and seen through his tough outside to the huge heart he had inside. Tony had the ability to talk to anyone and have them laughing and smiling! He will always be remembered for his kind loving heart and wonderful sense of humor and his love and support for veterans and those struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.
Tony enjoyed riding his Harley "Betty Lou" and all the friends he made on his many rides. He was dedicated to his church and Christian faith. He also loved the time he spent with his dog Buddy. Tony also enjoyed his job at Don Nan.
His bravery and strength were unbelievable! Through all his health issues and accidents, he was a fighter!