Obit: Ostrowski, Anthony J. (1976 - 2015)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Dvorak, Foster, Hanson, Majetich, Ostrowski
----Source: The Star News (Medford, WI) 5/14/2015
Ostrowski, Anthony J. (12 MAR 1976 - 3 MAY 2015)
Anthony J. Ostrowski, 39, of rural Tony passed away May 3, 2015, due to a motorcycle accident. He was born on March 12, 1976 in Skokie, Illinois to Philip and Louisa Ostrowski.
When Tony was 3 months old, the family returned to Taylor County, Wisconsin. About a year later, they moved to Rusk County. Tony was a student at the Flambeau School District, graduating in 1994. As a young adult, Tony worked at several Jobs in the Eau Claire and Medford area before returning to Rusk County.
On June 13, 1998, Tony and Shawna Dvorak of Ladysmith were married at the Bruce Federal Church, Bruce. Two children were born of this union. Matthew Scott was born on October 22, 1999 and Caitlyn Louise on September 20, 2001. Tony and Shawna were later divorced.
In May of 2006, Tony met his significant other, Abby Hanson, in Medford. They moved back to the Tony area in 2012. Their son, Wyatt Anthony, was born September 19, 2012 in Ladysmith. Tony was employed at Jeld-Wen, Hawkins from September 2012 until his death.
Tony enjoyed riding motorcycle, watching Packers games, playing guitar, the History Channel, and family get-togethers where he loved picking on people. He also had great sense of humor.
He is survived by his parents, Philip and Louisa Ostrowski, Tony; paternal grandmother, Kathleen Ostrowski, Sheldon; his significant other, Abby Hanson, Tony; a brother John Paul (Tammy), Rice Lake; three children, Matthew and Caltlyn, Marshfield, Wyatt of Tony; one nephew, Paul, and one niece, Stacey, of Rice lake; and godparents Jennifer Majetich, Fairbanks, Alaska and Marty Ostrowski, Tony had numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Tony was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, Anthony F. Ostrowski, maternal grandparents, Leslie and Wanda Foster. Tony will be missed by many.
Visitation was held on Friday, May 8 at Nash Jackan Funeral Home in Ladysmith.
Graveside Services were held Saturday, May 9 at the St. Anthony Cemetery, Tony.
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