O’Meara, Anthony “Tony”

Anthony "Tony" Joseph O’Meara

passed away on Saturday 11th March at home in the loving care of his family.

A champion in so many ways,

his memory will forever remain with us in our hearts, especially by his wife Pat,

his three children Stephen, Felicity and Jessica;

 son and daughter in law Elvi and Teresa and all his grandchildren.

The Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of

Anthony "Tony" O’Meara

will be held at St Thomas More's Catholic Church,

17 Terry’s Avenue, Belgrave

on Monday 20th March, 2023 at 11.30am.

Followed by refreshments at the Church Hall.

In Loving Memory of Tony, donations can be made to Eastern Palliative Care


For those unable to attend in person, Tony's service will be livestreamed,

to view the service online please click on the link below: PASSWORD:  OMeara



Private Cremation

11 Tributes

  1. RTN
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    An absolute legend

  2. Gunda Druva
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    Elvi, Jess and family
    My sincerest condolences to you both especially to Jess whose father was taken too soon. I have fond memories of the times when Tony and I met and of our meaningful and rewarding conversations.
    An enormous loss to you both.
    I am so sorry.

  3. Cole, Terry and Archie
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    Teffa, Teresa, Ash, Holly, Emily and family,

    Our hearts are broken for you all at this time. We are so sorry for you loss.
    Tony was such a lovely man when we met him & Pat. He was out there playing tennis with Archie.

    Very kind heart and such a big smile.

    Such an enormous loss to your whole family.

    Love Cole, Terry and Archie xxx

  4. Rowan
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    My dear brother. Wehad so many fun years together, memories i will never forget. !!. When you reach the PERLY GATES,say hi to mum and dad for me Ade . You will be forever be in our hearsts Clare (redlegs)💘💘💘💘

  5. Jo
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    Rest In Peace, Tony. You will be very much missed. Thanks for all the joy, care, stirring and laughter. So many treasured memories.

  6. Christina Knott
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    Our thoughts and prayers are with you Pat at this time of losing your dear Tony.May you be comforted by feeling his presence surrounding and guiding you in difficult times and by observing his legacy through the lives of your children and theirs….
    God bless you all,
    Tina & Keith Knott

  7. Rhonda Swain
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    RIP Tony you will be sadly missed but never forgotten such a strong and Healthy Man we just have to ask you could you help us at the the courts and it would be a yes we had great laughs at work with you and Steve will never forget you every morning l would say Hi Tony and you would reply with Good Morning Sweetie Love Rhonda , Shirley and Vanessa X💔

  8. Laura-Jayne, Melissa, Tim and Family
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    Tony, you were a force and you managed to keep that until the very end. We are thinking of you and your family. We saw the family man, the working man, the car man, the fit man, the footy man, the tennis man and so many other incarnations of you while you were here but the best version of you was the one that saw how much you meant to Pat, Felicity, Teff and Jess. You will be missed beyond words by them and the world is a little less brighter without you in it. Rest in peace.

  9. Marcelle & Tony Yoxon
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    Our loving thoughts are with you Pat and family. We are very grateful for the special time we shared together since our children were at Primary School. Tony had a wonderful sense of humour and was always welcoming. We will remember him as a loving and thoughtful family man. Love, Marcelle, Tony and the Yoxon family members xxxx

  10. Paul”Pauly” Jaudzems
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    Teff and O’Meara family.
    Sincerest condolences to you all on the passing of Tony. I will remember him for making me feel welcome at the local footy and always having time for a chat. A very sincere man.
    Rest in peace Tony..

  11. Christine Reid ( Carey)
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    Sincere condolences to you Pat & your family , thinking of you all , especially today .. 💞

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