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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Anthony Pulice Memorial
Anthony Pulice Memorial

Anthony Pulice

Anthony Pulice

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

Anthony (Tony) Pulice, 62, a longtime resident of Sedro-Woolley, passed away January 3, 2018 due to illness. He was comforted by lifelong friends at his side. After a long journey with a chronic illness, he’s finally at peace and reunited with all of those whom have already passed on.

Tony was born April 3, 1955, son of Edward Batiste and Nellie Mae (Lady) Pulice. Both of whom had preceded him in passing on.

Tony grew up in Concrete on the family farm with his older brother, Mike. He graduated in 1974 from Concrete High School. In the early ‘80’s, he settled in Sedro-Woolley, where he raised his family. He was a longtime maintenance employee of Puget Power, until late ‘90’s when a chronic illness forced him to retire early.

He leaves behind two daughters, Kari Pulice and her partner, Ryan Bacus, and Heather Pulice; brother, Mike Pulice of Alaska; two nephews, Scott and Nick Pulice both of Alaska; four grandchildren whom he adored, and numerous extended family and friends, all of whom loved him and will miss him dearly.

Donations in lieu of flowers may be made the family for the grandchildren’s college fund.

A Celebration of Life will be held February 17, 2018 at 1pm, at the Sedro-Woolley Community Center.


  • Jody Felton

    Rest in peace my friend you will be deeply missed by all who knew you. My thoughts and prayers go out to all your family may they find comfort & peace in all the wonderful memories you shared.

  • Connie Keele

    I went to high school with Tony, he was a very nice guy. I’m so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing, I’m so very sorry for your loss. Sending my deepest condolences to his family.

  • Crissie (Kempkes) Wilson

    Tony was a friend and co-worker to my dad, Mike Kempkes. They are in great hands, once again together. I will always remember going to the Puget Power picnics with Tony and his family. I find comfort that once again, all these friends are together.

  • Kari

    You were a great man, Dad. Always there to love and support us no matter what. We all miss you terribly.