Mr. Anthony DeBardelaben, affectionately known as "Uncle Tony" resident of Autaugaville, AL departed this life on Thursday September 23, 2021, at home. Anthony was born December 30, 1963, to the late Willie DeBardelaben and Mosetta D. Tyus in Prattville, AL.He joined the Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and remained until his death.
After attending Autaugaville High School, he relocated to Detroit, Michigan where he furthered his education, he fell in love and relocated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he lived for more _______years. While in Pittsburgh he was a handyman. The community adored "Handyman". There was no job too big or too small for "Handyman". After years in Pittsburgh he relocated to Chicago, Il and worked James Auto Shop. He later returned home to care for his mother and aunt until he became ill.
Anthony was proceeded in death by his father: Willie DeBardelaben and his brother Lindsey W. DeBardelaben
He leaves to cherish his memories his mother Mosetts D. Tyus of Prattville, Al; Three Daughters: Tenika Chavis of Pittsburgh, PA; Laquita DeBardelaben and Cortnea Brown of Atlanta, GA; Two Sons: Anthony (Stephanie) DeBardelaben of Atlanta, GA and Del DeBardelaben of Orrville, AL; Two Brothers: Alvin DeBardelaben and Thomas (Annette) DeBardelaben all of Prattville, Al; fifteen grandchildren: Shiwan DeBardelaben, Shabria DeBardelaben, Cortez Brown, Corizma Brown, Shemari DeBardelaben, Danielle Chavis, Sh'Kerah DeBardelaben, Madison Chavis, Ja'Lecia Bowman, anthony DeBardelaben III, Ayana Chavis, Azaria DeBardelaben, Ariana DeBardelaben, Jermaine Bowman, Jr. and Arielle DeBardelaben; Four Aunts: Mattie Davis, Emma Sisson, and Mary Wright all of Prattville, AL and Annie King of Calera, AL; Six Uncles: lemon (Carol) Crum of Detroit, MI; Joe (Emma) DeBardelaben, Charlie (Cheryle) DeBardelaben and Jimmy (Susan) DeBardelaben all of Prattville, AL; James (Nila) Crum and Robert 9Pearl) Crum all of Chicago, IL; a special friend Callie Wood and his little helper Addison Rose Bowen-DeBardelaben all of Prattville, AL and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and friends.
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