Funeral services for Anthony D. "Tony" Joslin, 57, Enid, will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2016, at 4:00 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 419 North Eisenhower, with Bishop Ryan Redd officiating. The family will be receiving friends at the church starting at 3:00 p.m. Arrangements are under the kind guidance of the Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service and Cremation Directors.
Tony was born on April 23, 1958 in Enid, the son of Richard and Juanita (Rodriquez) Joslin and passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 11, 2016 in Enid.
Tony is survived by his wife of ten months, Retha Jo, whom he had great love and admiration, and will be joined for all eternity. He was even more proud of his sons, Ryan Joslin and daughter in law, Sami and Jesse David Joslin, all of Harrison, Arkansas; Grandsons, Gavin and Jayce were his delight. Tony also considered Retha's son, Christian Scott Wegmiller as his own. Tony is also survived by his mother, Juanita Haddad, who taught him to be kind, respectful and patient; brothers, Mike Joslin and wife Colleen of Tulsa, Chuck Joslin and wife Cristine of Houston, Texas, and sister in law, Ginger Bryant Joslin of San Leandro, California.
Tony was preceded in passing by his brother Rick and infant brother, David and father Richard, Sr..
Tony enjoyed the outdoors, hiking, caving, and hunting. He taught his sons to survive the wilderness in any condition. He was a champion marksman and karate expert. He loved his family and time spent with Retha-whatever they were doing. He will be missed very much by family and friends.
The family has requested, instead of flowers, memorial contributions be made directly to Retha.
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