Anthony Wayne Neal departed this life on Saturday, April 13, 2019, in Macon, Georgia, doing what he loved most, riding his motorcycle. Anthony was born July 11, 1965, to the union of Kenneth E. Neal and Katie R. Neal in Toledo, Ohio.
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Anthony received Christ at a young age at Bethel Apostolic Temple in Toledo, Ohio. Anthony was a graduate of Jesup W. Scott class of 1983 and loved his alma mater "Once A Bulldog, Always a Bulldog". Anthony enlisted in the United States Army in 1987 and was stationed at Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia as a Carpentry and Masonry Specialist. Anthony received and honorable discharge in 1994. Anthony obtained his CDL-A license and became an intrastate truck driver. While in Columbus, Georgia, Anthony was the co-founder of the East Coast Riders M.C. est 1999. Anthony moved to Macon, Georgia in 2004 and began employment in 2005 with Hughes Supply as a truck driver and was promoted to the Inventory/Receiving Supervisor until his passing. In his spare time, Anthony was a jokester, he loved to cook, remodel his home, tint windows, buying a fixing cars, and serving others in any capacity that he was able. Anthony was an example of love and kindness by connecting his family and friends together to create memories. He had a big heart for whomever he met, and he never met a stranger. He was one of a kind.
The oldest of five children. Anthony will be greatly missed. He leaves to cherish his memory parents, Kenneth and Katie Neal both of Toledo, Ohio; Daughter Shaunta Neal of Toledo, Ohio; Siblings, Walter Neal, Tonia Neal, Dacia Neal, all of Toledo, Ohio, and Noah (Zyna) Neal of Pickerington, Ohio; Nephews, Noah Jr., Joshua (Leticia), and JeMark; Nieces, Zaria, Zakia, Isabelle, Nicole and SOphia; and great-nephews, Joshua and Jeremiah, along with a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends; Special brothers and sisters from another mother, DeWayne (Andre) Owens of Macon,Georgia, Vincent Leverette Sr. of Columbus Georgia, Valerie Brasswell-Harris of Toledo, Ohio,