Anthony Tyrone Pryor

October 10, 1958 — April 24, 2019

Anthony Tyrone Pryor

ANTHONY TYRONE PRYOR

Known as "BO"

Anthony Tyrone Pryor was born October 10, 1958 to the union of Madeline and Donald Pryor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended South Philly High School. At the age of 14, he was always a hard worker. He enjoyed music, food, cooking and wrestling. Anthony went on to serve in the military for 14 years in the Army and National Guard. After returning, he worked in maintenance in a New York hospital. Anthony was always a cheerful guy and happy to enjoy life.

Anthony Tyrone Pryor departed life on Tuesday April 24, 2019.

He leaves to cherish his memories his children, Annazette Pryor of Winterville, N.C., Duvine Price (wife) Ashanti Price of Emporia,Virginia., Alisha and Anthony Pryor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Grandchildren Annazae, Alaze, Asjah, Ameyah, Aniyah, A’Chrislah of Winterville, N.C. Jumal, Jamir, Janiah, Brianna, Navah and Sahir of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One great grandson Kyrie of Winterville, N.C.

Mother Madeline Pryor of Ohio. Siblings (sister)Tracy Nichols of Philadephia, Pennsylvania, (brother) Shannon Pryor of Ohio. Two nephews Tevin Nichols and Joseph White of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One niece Alecia Pryor of Ohio. One Aunt Mozelle Fluellen of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a host of cousins.

Anthony loved his family and will be missed very much by his family.

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