A Celebration of Life Service for Antonio Perez Washington, II will be 10 am Monday at Emmanuel Enid with Rev. Wendell Prim officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. The family will receive friends Sunday from 4:00-5:00 pm at the funeral home.
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Antonio was born to Antonio and Felicia Washington on February 17th, 2001 in Enid, OK and left his earthly home on December 13th, 2020 In Oklahoma City, OK. Antonio knew no limits. He was without fear and tried every dangerous stunt possible. Starting from a scooter, graduating to a pocket rocket...all while in diapers...Antonio was always trying to do “better”. Aka - see how many times he could scare the heck out of his mom. At the age of 4, Antonio began to play t-ball, basketball, soccer, and football. He grew up watching his best friend and brother, Adrian and wanted to be just like him. It wasn’t long before he was hanging out at the fields with the “big boys”. Antonio continued to learn new tricks and play ball throughout his elementary years and ended those years at Hayes Elementary School. While at Waller Junior High, Antonio continued to play basketball and football and found a new love for track....specifically the hurdles.
On 11-11-14, Antonio transitioned from an Enid Plainsman to a Yukon Miller. While in Yukon, Antonio played basketball, ran track, played football, and unsurprisingly found another new love....Rugby. Antonio poured his heart and soul into everything he did. He wanted to excel, but more importantly Antonio loved being part of a team. He went on to excel in Football and Rugby during his high school years and still had dreams of the next level. After high school, Antonio attended OSU-OKC and the ultimate plan was to leave for school next semester and work towards leveling up.
His love for love was unmatched. Antonio had the biggest personality, loved to smile and laugh. And you could take the bet to Vegas that Antonio was going to make you laugh, make you smile, or both. If you were a grown up, he was stepping up his game even more and giving parental hugs, helping with dishes, babysitting younger Plainsmen & Millers, taking out your trash or even helping with your lawn. He had a soft spot for anyone struggling. Antonio was ALWAYS willing to befriend anyone and support them, even if it was the unpopular thing to do. By the same token, Antonio was always willing to accept the consequences of sticking up for and having whoever’s back that needed him. Antonio was willing to spend his last dollar to make sure no one went without...and never expected anything in return. Antonio treated everyone like family. Period. And Antonio loved his family.
He loved his father, mother, brothers and sisters so much so, that there wasn’t a day that passed that Antonio didn’t mention one or some of them. Antonio is survived by his mother, Felicia Mondoux (& friend Chourse Young) of Oklahoma City, OK, father Antonio Washington (& wife Shalynn) of Enid, OK, Brother Adrian Moore II (& wife Kellee) of Weatherford, OK, Sisters, Natasha Washington, Shaberia Washington, Amenya Washington all of Enid, OK, Sister Kaitlyn Jones of Dallas, TX, and brothers Ashur Washington & Torvontae Washington, both of Enid, OK, maternal grandparents Helen & Steve Mondoux, of Enid, paternal grandparents Carmella Prim-Harwell and Maurice Washington of Enid, OK as well as tons of very close aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to their current fundraiser or any anti-bullying or suicide awareness project. Condolences may be made online and the service may be viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com .