Tony Dominic Espinoza

Tony Dominic Espinoza

August 31, 1998 - August 27, 2020

Tony was born to Tammy Pritchard and Roberto A Espinoza in Chocktaw, Oklahoma on August 31st 1998. Tony passed away August 27, 2020 from a relapse of his childhood cancer. Both parents passed away before he was 15. He was adopted by his older brother from a previous marriage, Patricio Espinoza, in 2014. Tony is survived by Patricio Espinoza (brother), Brandon Espinoza (brother) and Kadence Espinoza (sister). Tony attended Ladue Horton Watkins HighSchool. A memorial will be held at the Taco Bell pavilion at Creve Coeur Lake Park on Sunday September 13th, 2020 from 4pm-6pm. In lieu of flowers please gift a tree, donations can be made to St. Louis Children's hospital @ https://www.stlouischildrens.org/giving <br /> Friends of kids with cancer @ https://www.friendsofkids.com/ <br /> Milton Hershey Hospital @ https://hmc.pennstatehealth.org/ <br /> Four Diamonds @ https://www.fourdiamonds.org <br /> Leukemia and Lymphoma society @ https://www.lls.org/

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    Oh boy, Tony, what a life you lived. We were together for what I’d say was 2 months, but it was 8th grade, so I’d say it was more of an emotional attachment.. The last time I talked to you was at some point in 2013. It’s no secret that we left off on bad terms. But, it would be unfair of me not to say that I had a good time while it lasted. You were so full of life, And I am sorry that you spent so much of it living with an ailment. I do not wish that on anyone. I’ve made peace with our story, and I hope that if you are reading this or hearing this out there, that you’ve made peace with it too. Rest easy, kid.
    Keiko O Sep 09, 2020
    Oh boy, Tony, what a life you lived. We were together for what I’d say was 2 months, but it was 8th grade, so I’d say it was more of an emotional attachment.. The last time I talked to you was at some point in 2013. It’s no secret that we left off on bad terms. But, it would be unfair of me not to say that I had a good time while it lasted. You were so full of life, And I am sorry that you spent so much of it living with an ailment. I do not wish that on anyone. I’ve made peace with our story, and I hope that if you are reading this or hearing this out there, that you’ve made peace with it too. Rest easy, kid.
    Keiko Ohashi Sep 09, 2020
    There was this time, during their first summer in St. Louis, that we had to come to Brandon's rescue. Brandon was holding Pip, lifeless in his hand, pretty much freaking out. I then took little Pip and tried moving him around a bit, still not moving. Tony finally came into the room and I handed Pip to Tony and after a few seconds little Pip opened his eyes. Turns out that brandon had accidentally hibernated the poor hamster. By us passing it around, we'd warmed it up enough that it revived. Brandon liked to keep his room super chilly with the window AC.
    Tito Espinoza Sep 02, 2020