Bonome, Anthony T.

November 15, 1994 - November 7, 2017

Anthony (ANT) Thomas Bonome was born in San Jose, CA November 15th, 1994. He was 22 years old when he left this earth on November 7th, 2017, in a car accident. Anthony had a great spirit and loved anything to do with being outside. Anthony was a Veteran of the Texas Army National Guard. He loved his country flag and flew it proudly.

He loved listening to country music. (5 more minutes) was his recent favorite. He loved playing football from the time he was 7 years old until he graduated from MacArthur High School in 2013. He loved to go camping, fishing, paint-balling, going to the races, dirt bike riding, 4-wheelers and most of all he loved working on his dream car a ‘85 T-Top 5.0 GT Mustang. Gosh, how he loved that car.

Ant may have only been here for a short time but he lived such a full and wonderful life. He traveled to so many places, found the love of his life, had a beautiful baby girl and had a very large family that loved him more than words could ever express. He lived freely, did what he wanted when he wanted but always made sure his little family had what they needed. And he loved them with all his being.

Ant was a very devoted Son, Fiance, Daddy, Brother, Grandson, Uncle, Nephew, Cousin, and Friend. He is proceeded in death by his Great Grandpa Antonio Bonome, Great Grandparents Helene and Ed Stanberry, Great Grandparents Jack and Maxine Scott, Grandpa Lenard Bonome, Grandpa Mick Lukic Granny Shirley Myers, Aunt Tina Myers and Cousin Richard Myers

Ant is survived by his Great Grandma Bernadine Bonome, Grandparents Liz Claspill, Ron Claspill, Grandparents Jacky and Beverley Scott, Parents Barbara and Jacky Scott Jr, Fiancé Brianna Barbee, Daughter Willow Bonome, Sisters Kassie Bonome, Cynthia Scott, Brittany Buckley, and Ashley Hogg; Brothers William Ford, Joseph Ford, Nicholas Scott, Michael Wright, Marcus Preston. Niece Shelby Ford and Nephews, Gauge Henson, Bentley & Kaydin Hartwell. Aunts and Uncles Kimberly and Marco Johnson, Cat and Eric Dennis, Diana and Bradley Bowman, Tamre and Kevin Wambsganz, Taryn and April Scott, Ronnie Claspill and Dennis Smith. Several cousins and many friends.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 2 pm at Oak View Baptist Church, 1004 S. Story Road, Irving, Texas 75060.

In lieu of flowers, the family wishes for donations to be made to the Go Fund Me account that has been setup for Anthony’s memorial to help with the coming months for his daughter and fiancé financially since he was their sole provider.


To send flowers, please contact Flowers of Las Colinas 972-258-0688



Please send the family condolences and sign the guestbook on this site.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
1820 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, Texas 75061

6 replies on “Bonome, Anthony T.”

Raquel Jaramillo says:

Anthony, you’ll be missed. I’m sorry I couldn’t be there for you’re funeral. I love you and Bri. May you Rest In Peace. Love you man.

Ashton Willey says:

Anthony will be missed, and will always loved by everyone. I’m so dearly sorry for your loss.
Love always,

Vanessa says:

Anthony …. I only knew u a short time and watched u fish at my lake house but I saw the passion and love for your family. I love u and Brie and willow. We will help watch your little family till we all meet again❤️

Joni Jackson says:

You’ve left a legacy of love, Anthony, and will be dearly missed. Flights of angels wing thee to thy rest…until we all meet again.

Aunt Cat says:

Every holiday will be different , every day will be less bright, every smile won’t compare to yours …. I’ve looked at every picture of you on the internet, memory card, computer , external drive that exists and it makes my heart hurt so bad remembering all of the times we have all had in our lives together . Even worse is knowing that there will be no more. I’m so lucky to have been your Aunt and thankful I have all of your siblings here with us to continue on the memories and keep your spirit alive.

Love you lots, missing you even more.


Ed Harmon says:

Ant was and still is my big bro he protected everyone on the football field he always made sure we where all right. He would give his last for his brothers and we miss him, playing football will never be the same.

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