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Anthony Noble Lancaster
July 7, 1948 ~ April 29, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Anthony Lancaster, 74, of Dahlonega, GA, passed away on 4/29/23 at Home.
Betty and W.C. Lancaster, Jr. welcomed Anthony into the world on July 7th, 1948 in Chamblee, Georgia. He attended Truett McConnell University and Georgia Southwestern University and graduated with a degree in political science and history. He was drafted upon graduation and served in the United States Army. He started his career working with the family business Humphries Concrete Block and Construction Products, Doraville, GA. He later formed Forsyth Masonry Supply, Cumming, GA, and worked there until his retirement. He later formed Riders Hill, a motorcycle business in Dahlonega, GA.
Anthony was well known for his generosity, love of God, and ties to his family throughout his life. He enjoyed the outdoors, traveling, and being among animals. In his spare time, he worked on the property where he lived. Anthony was a kind husband, father, and friend who always placed others before himself.
Anthony is survived by his wife Susan, daughter Michele Delor (David), stepson Brian Dewing (Karey), mother Betty Lancaster, siblings Sue Staggs (Bob), Larry Lancaster (Teresa), and Ronnie Lancaster (Lynn). Anthony also leaves behind six grandchildren: Nicholas, Sydney, Blain, Sophia, Vera Cate, and Caroline. He is predeceased by his father W.C. Lancaster, Jr. and grandson Alex Delor.
A celebration of life service for Anthony will be held Friday, May 5 at 2 pm at Dahlonega United Methodist Church. Visitation will be held at the church from 1 – 2 pm and a reception in the fellowship hall will follow the service. Donations to the TLC Humane Society or the youth ministry of the Dahlonega United Methodist Church may be made in lieu of flowers.
All who knew Anthony will miss him dearly, but his loved ones and the impact he made on the world will keep his memory alive.