Tony Joiner Obituary, Death – Tony Joiner unexpectedly passed away. Tony Joiner was born on July 23, 1975, to parents Earl Joiner, Sr. and Pricilla Joiner in the small Texas town of Abilene. They decided to commemorate their son by giving him the name Tony Joiner. He was the youngest of his brothers and sisters. Before moving to Elgin, Texas, Tony and his family spent a brief period of time in Abilene. taking part in extracurricular activities like basketball and track & field while enrolled at a county public school.
He began working in a variety of positions after getting his GED, including on the assembly lines at the warehouse. Tony had a busy life and always made sure to be there for his family and friends. He was also a fantastic parent. He adored listening to all types of music and drove flashy vehicles. Tony was the life of the party; he never missed an opportunity to make a joke and had everyone, even the youngsters, happy and smiling. This devout young guy faced many obstacles before deciding to accept Jesus Christ as his Savior and become a member of Winn’s Memorial Baptist Church.
In all circumstances, serving God, doing so in accordance with his will, and doing so while living his best life. On November 4, 2022, Tony’s voyage, which had a rapid start but its own highs and lows, came to an end. His parents, grandparents (both paternal and maternal) on both sides of the family, two sisters (Christine Elaine Joiner and Rosemary Walker), and brother (Earl Joiner Jr. Rosemary Walker and Christine Elaine Joiner, his two sisters, are still living.
His seven brothers, Elroy Joiner (Shirley), Ray Charles Joiner (Redia), Billy Ray Fitzgerald (Lakenya), Douglas Wayne Joiner (Jackie), Byron Glenn Huff (LaTonia), and Cur, along with his three children, Da’Clayvin Joiner, Tony Joiner, Jr., and Clayvion Joiner, as well as three of his grandchildren, Ayla Joiner, Aneizsha Joiner, and D’Lani Joiner,