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Scores pay final respects to Tony Thompson

Posted: May 11, 2018 4:28 PM Updated:

Friends and Family paid their last respects to beloved Father Duenas Principal Tony Thompson. The Father Duenas Phoenix Center was filled with Friars celebrating the new life of Coach Thompson.

1995 FD grad, EJ Calvo, gave the Eulogy, remembering him not only as a basketball coach, but as a friend. He said, "The most impactful message I get is how much he was loved and respected but not just by his young students he spent his final years with but love and respect from Duenas alumni that graduated before he ever arrived."

Calvo says his legacy will live on in the memories of brotherhood and the mark he left on Guam basketball.

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