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Antonio Ebana

March 10, 1942 — December 9, 2020

Antonio M. Ebana, a longtime member of the Candelaria Philippines, passed away on December 9, 2020.  He was the eldest child of 5, born to Adelina Ebana and Severino Ebana in Candelaria, Philippines on March 10, 1942.  When Tony met his wife, (Leonila), it was love at first sight.  Their courtship lasted over a year and soon blossomed into true love.  They were married on May 14, 1968 and established life in the United States of America soon after they had three daughters; Grace, Janette and Joy.

When Tony was 26 years old, he wanted a better life for his family, so, he decided to enter the United States Navy.  He was commissioned to the USS Coral Sea as an Administrative Clerk. He served the Navy for 21 and a half years… then… retired in 1987 at the age of 47 years old.  After his term with the Navy, Tony decided to go back to school to earn his degree at Laney College.  His next job was working at Tracy as a supervisor for the Tracy Army Depot which lasted for another 17 years.  He then retired for a second time and soon after moved back home to the Philippines.

Tony was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and brother.  He was always devoted to his family and friends.  Tony was always hardworking, loving, generous and caring.  These are some of the qualities that best describe Tony.  He was the type of person that put others first before himself.  He taught his family to always work hard, achieve your goals and always be kind to others.

Tony loved life.  He liked spending most of his time with family and friends.  He made others feel welcome and he truly enjoyed people.  His interests were gardening, fishing, playing lotto and watching Filipino shows like Probinsyano, which was his favorite.  On a casual day, he liked to test his luck playing slot machines. He was known by everybody to be a great cook and baker in the kitchen.  Pandesal and ensaymada was always requested by many.

Tony had a sweet smile and those who met him immediately loved him.  Tony took great care of his family and his family meant the world to him. He was a giver with a big heart for others.  He will be remembered as gift to his family.

Tony is survived by his wife of 52 years, Leonila; daughters and son-in-laws Grace and James; Janette and Emile; Joy and Mike; grandchildren, Kevin, Shayna and Arianna; mother Adelina; brother Harry:  sisters Thelma and Sela.  He was preceded in death by father Severino and sister Maginta.  He is lovingly remembered by all of his friends and family.

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Wednesday, December 30, 2020

2:00 - 6:00 pm (Eastern time)

Davis Funeral Home - Rainbow Chapel

1401 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89117

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Graveside Service

Thursday, December 31, 2020

Starts at 9:20 am (Eastern time)

Southern Nevada Memorial Veterans Cemetery

1900 Veterans Memorial Dr, Boulder City, NV 89005

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