Anthony Whitworth  January 31 1969  January 30 2019

Anthony Whitworth January 31 1969 January 30 2019

Whitworth, Anthony P. 49, of Chesterfield, Missouri died suddenly on January 30th at his home. A wake will be held on Sunday, February 3, from Noon-3pm at Buchholz Mortuary in Chesterfield and a mass will be held on Monday, 10 am at St. Clare of Assisi Church. Tony was born on January 31st, 1969. He was a graduate of Chaminade College Preparatory School and the University of Missouri. He loved skiing with his boys, and cheering for the Mizzou Tigers. He was the husband of Elizabeth (Grady) Whitworth, proud father of Jack and Clayton Whitworth, son of Jacqueline (Moss) Whitworth and the late George H. Whitworth, brother of Jocelyn (Stephen) Einspanier, Eileen Whitworth and Christopher Whitworth. Tony was committed to overcoming his battle with chronic alcoholism. It is a horrible disease that took his life, but did not diminish it. We hope that Tony’s death and legacy shine a light on, and help lessen the stigma associated with alcohol-related illnesses. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a scholarship donation to Chaminade College Prep School in Tony’s name. Please visit Buchholz Mortuary for more information. Donation link for Chaminade: www.chaminade-stl.org/support-us/support-us/named-scholarships/named-scholarship-donations Online Guest book @ www.buchholzmortuary.com To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Anthony Whitworth please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Anthony Whitworth January 31 1969 January 30 2019.

Math Hermann Funeral Home

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