257 SE Roberts, Gresham, OR 97080

Anthony “Tony” Prieto April 23, 1961 - August 4, 2023

Anthony “Tony” Prieto also known as Tony from the Commodore Cafe, Tony from Sidelines, Tony from the Brite Spot, Tony from Jubitz and Tony from the streets of Portland passed away on August 4th, 2023 at the age of 62. He was born in Des Moines, Iowa and attended Drake University.

He is survived by his wife of almost 25 years, Kat Prieto; sister, Amanda Miller and family; his brother, Aaron Mutter; step mother, Hilda Prieto; step father, Harold Scott; Monte the cat; also Kat’s daughter, Pamela Waltermire and 2 grandchildren.

Tony lived in Chicago and came to the Northwest in 1983. He played tennis and loved the outdoors, babies, dogs and anything sports related.

Go Noles. Go Raiders

Condolences may be sent to P.O. Box 1842, Gresham, OR 97030.


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    Pamela says

    We miss you Tony! Thanks for loving my Mom so much. We will be rooting for the Raiders and Noles in your honor.


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    Pamela says

    Tony, Thank you for loving Mom so much.I promise to take are of her and I know your watching over her.
    We Miss You. Go Raiders! Go Noles!

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    Dennis St Delore says

    Tony will be missed by so many, and certainly by me.
    He was a true and thouhtful friend since the 1990s and included me in many celebrations and adventures and quiet occurances through the years.
    Rest in peace Tony

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    Dede says

    I am glad tony is no longer suffering but will miss him. Guess we can be selfish sometimes like that.
    I met tony man years ago when I was living in a triplex. I was in the back unit with my and he was in the end unit.
    I always thought there was so much more to tony than “meets the eye.” It never ceased to amaze me how “well read” he was. It hit me not too long ago how tony had such a wide range of interests.
    I am a political junkie and never needed to explain anything to tony when he would come over about politics. Not only didn’t i need to explain anything but often he would tell me things about what was going on that I wasnt aware of in politics. Few people can do that to me. In addition to politics,we both liked art and went down not too long ago to the art museum. I always thought when tony passed that I was going to be in a political and cultural desert and that is not far from the truth!!
    It also occurred to me recently as I was thinking about him how straight up he was about things. With tony,the phrase “what you see if what you get” pretty much summed him up and that is pretty refreshing.
    I look forward to seeing him again someday and hope he is ready to pick up where we left off about politics. Yeah,I am gonna miss him big time!!

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    Teri Judd says

    Tony, you were always sweet to me and Max. And it warmed my heart to see how much you loved my sister. You brought her flowers often. I remember being there when you were getting ready to decorate for Christmas. You were excited to find ornaments from your First Christmas together that you were showing to Kat, and I thought what a loving husband.
    You loved animals and always froze your scraps and bones for our dog. Jax gobbled them up.
    Thank you for loving my sister and being a good Brother in law. I will remember your smile and giggle. Love you Tony.

    Your sister in law, Teri Judd

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    Teri Judd says

    Tony you were always nice to Max and I. You were a loving husband to my sister. There were flowers often, which made her smile. I remember at Christmas you were pulling out your decorations and were excited when you pulled some out showed them to Kat, and said these are from our first Christmas together Babe. I thought, I’m so glad he loves my sister. And you loved animals, you always saved your bones and leftovers in the freezer for my dog. You will be dearly missed.

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