Antonio (Tony-Jack Snapper) Dewayne Whitfield was born in Montgomery, Alabama on August 2, 1974 to Anna Bell Whitfield and the late Larry Stoudemire. At an early age Tony attend and served diligently at Pink Lily Missionary Baptist Church, Prattville, Alabama.
Tony was a 1993 graduate of Prattville High school, Prattville, Alabama. After graduate, Tony went to work for S&C Meat Processing Company for several years and Mr. B's Car Wash, in Montgomery, Alabama.
In 1999, Tony decided that he wanted to become an entrepreneur, his love for cars enabled him to be the successful owner of three car-detailing shops (TNT Car Detailing, C&W Hand Wash, and Mr. Clean Detail Shop) in Alabama.
Tony love for detailing business allow him to get a contractor job detailing cars for the City of Prattville and all the Banks in Prattville, Alabama. It gave Tony great joy to see the faces of the owners of the cars that he serviced; he would often sit and look at his work and smile.
Everyone loved Tony, he had a bad encounter with anyone he met. He always maintains a smile on his face no matter his pain. In 2005, Tony moved to Cleveland, Ohio where he was employed by several detail shops. At the age of 35 Tony health began to fail him, but through faith and will power he made it for several years several years. In May 2019, Tony went to his cousin High School Graduation in Ohio, while there his health took a turn for the worst and he never bounce back from his declining health issues. God dispatched the Heavenly Angles to Baptist Medical Center South, Montgomery, Alabama March 9, 2020 to release the soul of Antonio and bring him home to live eternally.
He was preceded in death by his father Larry Stoudemire; step-mother Gloria Stoudemire grandmother Cora Lee Whitfield; grandfather: William Stoudemire; five uncles: Willie James White, Roosevelt Whitfield, Jeffery Stoudemire, Mack Arthur Rudolph, and Sammie Rudolph.
He leaves to cherish his memories his mother Annie Bell Whitfield: step-father: Jessie Cutler; two daughters: Shikeirra Whitfield and Jamaria Sankey; A devoted and loving wife Sonya Sankey; step-son: Keiberrien McLemore; four sisters: Chequita Whitfield, Kimberly Brown, Sharee (Lot Farris) Stoudemire, and Michelle Stoudemire; two brothers: Leon (Mechal) Stoudemire and Larry (Vickie) Brown; nephew: Jaquan Whitfield; special cousin: Devin (Tank) Hill; seven aunts: Bettye (Daniel) O'Neal, Dianne (Bennye) Bell, and Velma Stoudemire, Lizzie (Eddie) Johnson, Ethel (Pete) Darrisaw, Patricia Lucas, and Wendy Lamar; four uncles; Willie (Helen) Stoudemire, Jr., Roger White, Sonny (Doris) White, and Tommy Whitfield; special friends: Joseph White, Kerry Wyatt, Willie Tatum, Tony Pickett, Diago Daniels, Pat Smith, Dave, George Pickett, Jerome Motley, Fred Davis, Pete Smith, Chris McQueen, Ken Moore, Stephen Smith, Willie Smith, Torry Morris, Big Chip, Wynn Caldwell, Greg Bowman, Erc Douglas, Jamie Jordan, and Nate Jackson; a host of cousins, family, friends and the entire Malone Court and Happy Hollow community.
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