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Louis A. “Tony” Kastl

Tony was born on November 1, 1960 to the late Louis and Genevie Kastl in El Reno, Oklahoma. One sister, Brenda Smith, also preceded him in death.

Tony is survived by his three children: James Brandon Kastl, Katherine Nicole Kastl, Andrew Forrest Kastl; three sisters: Wynona Blake and her husband Richard, Carolyn Weaver and her husband Jim,  Catherine Meyer and her husband Donald; two brothers: Kenneth Kastl and his wife Beth and Phillip Kastl and his wife Delois. Additionally countless nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and coworkers, survive Tony.

Tony was an airplane sheet metal mechanic at Tinker Air Force Base for many years before retiring in 2014. He loved the game of baseball and was an umpire for over 10 years.

His hobbies included spending time with his high school classmates, watching old western movies, building model and remote control cars and airplanes and loved a great conversation and a good laugh. Tony was always up to trying new foods and new experiences and knew his way around Yukon better than most people.

Louis A. “Tony” Kastl-Oklahoma City Cremation-Yukon, Oklahoma

Tony’s family would like to thank the staff at Integris Hospice House, the staff at Integris Cancer Institute, especially Dr. Romeo Mandanas and his nurse Barbara Underwood, the staff at Integris Baptist Ultrasound and Outpatient departments for their show of love and support for Tony and all of his family.

big thank you to the YHS Class of ’78 for supporting Tony for the last 5 years!

A wake vigil will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday with a rosary at 5:30 p.m. at St. John Nepomuk Catholic Church 600 Garth Brooks Blvd. Yukon.  A Mass of Christian Burial will

 be held 11: a.m. Friday also at St. John’s.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial donations be made to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (cancer research), 825 NE 13th Street, Oklahoma City, OK  73104.   

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