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In memory of Anthony Oliphant

Created by Family Of Anthony Oliphant

Anthony Oliphant

Anthony was an extremely energetic person. He always made people laugh. His favorite things to do were go to the beach and watch the sunset, play his guitar, hang out with friends, and listen to music.
Anthony was starting to get into photography. He wasn't exactly sure what he wanted to do in life, but was trying hard to find out what it was that he was meant to do.
Anthony's friends and family loved him very much, ( still do). He is missed dearly. I wish that I could have talked him out of doing drugs, but he thought he knew what he was doing and that nothing bad could happen to him.
I just hope that this message can help someone else from losing someone close to them like I have.

This Memorial was created to commemorate a loved one's life and to let other families know they can turn to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids for help when struggling with their son or daughter's substance use. Please consider sharing this page to increase awareness of substance use disorders and to provide hope and healing for others.

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1. Grant Bergfeld
Anthony was one of my best friends in Junior High and High School, until he moved to San Clemente. Then I only saw him a few times after that. I just found out he passed on and it was a horrible thing to find out. I will miss him a lot. RIP Anthony
2. John Kelly Sean Patrick's Dad
Tiffany - Anthony will always and forever be missed and loved. I pray everyday that this page doesn't get updated. But by telling our stories we can hope that the message will be heard. My thoughts and prayers go out to Anthony, his family and friends. Peace.
3. Angela Gwynn Mother Of Dallas Nguyen
Tiffany, Anthony will not be forgotten. I am so sorry you have lost him. We bang our heads against the wall, scream until we can't breathe "Drugs kill". I know all of us here would have done anything to save our loved ones and friends. If only it was as easy as our deep and abiding love. If only, if only. My heart goes out to you and everyone who has lost Anthony. I hope you will always tell his story. When we tell it tirelessly, someone, somewhere, will hear us. Even if it is only on