Tony passed away unexpectedly Sept. 14, 2014, at his home. Born Nov. 8, 1962, at Hershey Hospital in Hershey, PA, Tony, 51, was the youngest son of Lorraine & Larry Hull of Mechanicsburg, PA, and Bernie Mikula of Harrisburg, PA. He attended Cumberland Valley and Trinity high schools, served our country in the U.S. Army with honors, and graduated with high honors as a master spotter from the New York Dry Cleaning Institute. He worked tirelessly at freely helping others, especially the elderly, poor and homeless, as a mechanic and maintenance expert. There was nothing that Tony could not fix. He shared his love for humanity as a member of the "Sunshine Angels" of Cumberland Valley.Tony's life is celebrated and remembered for his endless amount of humor, laughter and caring. He would do anything for anybody, especially his family and friends. Nobody was a stranger to Tony because within minutes they soon became friends. He truly loved everyone.
Tony is survived by his loving parents; his beloved Kimberly J. Holloway; siblings Michael (Charlene Bence) Mikula of Mt. Gretna, Lisa (Tom) Jewett of Mechanicsburg, Martin (Martha) Mikula of Etlan, VA, Lorri (Christopher) Jandron of Lansing, MI.; and nieces and nephew Lauren, Brooke, Morgan, Michael, Michele and Sophia; and furry friend, Gisseppe, his dog.
Family and friends are invited to attend Tony's visitation Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the Gilbert L. Dailey Funeral Home, 650 S. 28th St., Harrisburg, PA, followed by a Catholic funeral mass at 11 a.m. at St. Catherine Laboure Roman Catholic Church, 4000 Derry St., Harrisburg. Burial is at Resurrection Catholic Cemetery.Tony's only request was that if he brought any sunshine into your life, please remember him with a smile.
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We were blessed to have spent a lot of time with Tony in Michigan. We will all miss his funny sayings, great laugh, upbeat personality and acceptance of all. Bruce will miss dinners and "tea" at Cuginos and fixing things around our house. We love you and are praying for your strength during this difficult time.
Anthony was a good guy he brought out the best in you, I didn't know him all that well, but from what I did know he was good for you as well as you being good for him. You have a lot of memories of the times you shared together, treasure them, keep them in your heart,and remember all the good times. If you need anything at all I am here.
So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. He is at peace.
One year later ... you remain forever in my heart. Love you dear brother.
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Gilbert L. Dailey Funeral Home, Inc