In Memory

Nick Antone

Nick led a wonderful life. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam with the United States Marine Corps. He played semi-pro baseball for the Fremont Merchants. He devoted his working life to his passion for helping the little guy by working for forty years with the Machinists Union as both business representative and area director for Locals 1546 (Oakland, CA) and 1173 (Pleasant Hill, CA.) He also served as President of the California Conference of Machinists. He was the consummate family man and loved nothing more than being surrounded by his large family both immediate and extended. After retiring to Las Vegas with his wife, he spent the majority of his time on the golf course pursuing that elusive hole-in-one. He will be missed by all that knew him and remembered forever in our hearts and memories as Husband, Father, “Poppa”, Brother, Uncle, and Friend

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03/20/10 10:35 AM #1    

Donald Cooper (Legal Name Is Tuck)

Nick was the smart and good humor one of the bunch.I always knew he would be good at whatever he went into and had the sense of dedication about him.Sorry I won't be able to see him again.

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