Anthony Roy Penson

Anthony Roy Penson, 56. Sunrise December 18, 1956 and Sunset April 12, 2013. Anthony was employed at Riverside Methodist Hospital. He was preceded in death by his father Ollie Penson. Left to cherish his memory, mother Mary Penson, daughters Antionette Penson and Anita Penson, step daughter Ashley Penson, brothers Johnny Brown, Eddie Penson, and Lamont Penson, sisters Julie Watson and Carol Davis, grandchildren Tyreek Bush, Tyreil Bush, Jeremiah Penson, and Ahonesti Dallas, aunts Gracie (Henry) bonner) and Kathy Hill, former spouse and friend Juanita Mosley and a host of other relatives and friends.

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  1. Anthony my great friend of co-worker at Riveside of many years, I will always cherish that smile , your advice, long conversations as you always had something good to say about everyone, especially your family. I will miss you, and I will cherish our friendship forever , May God Bless you and your family ! Love Gwen

  2. Much Love to all of our Columbus Ohio Family we are sadden to lose another one of our soliders for the family. Even though we are not there our hearts are heavy and with you every step of the way. We love you Roy tell mama them we love them all and we will see you all again love Aletha, Annette, Mildred and the rest of your relatives from the big D and Daton Ohio. We wish everyone peace and love.

  3. MInister Patrick Gamble :

    To the family let me say that what joy it is to know that Anthony has accepted Jesus Christ as his personally Lord. May the smiles he leaves with us move our hearts to joy and happiness in this time of transition. Praying for you may God continue to be with you.

  4. I'm deeply saddened to hear of the loss of my friend Tony.I worked several years with Tony at Shoe Corp. Of America.He had the greatest smile and his laugh was one in a million.He was such a good person.God Bless your entire family.R.I.P. Tony.I will never forget your laugh or our handshake.

  5. Traci Dodley-Washington :

    I knew Roy for more than 40 years. Growing up he was like a second brother to me. I still remember his distinctive laugh and kind heart. He was the type of person that was very genuine and sincere. I will miss him.

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