Mike Anthony North Bay Obituary – Mike Anthony, North Bay’s longest-serving sitting councilor, has kicked the bucket.
Anthony, who was right now serving his 6th term on gathering since first being chosen in 2018, kicked the bucket Wednesday at 52 years old.
The Nugget couldn’t decide a reason for death.
Conceived in 1968, Anthony moved on from Riverview High School in the Moncton, N.B., region in 1986.
He went to St. Mary’s University in Halifax, N.S., graduating with a four year education in liberal arts before finishing extra courses in communicating and correspondences at Canadore College.
Following a vocation as a correspondent and morning public broadcast co-have during the 1990s, Anthony worked for Yes Employment Services and Empire Living Center before turning into a record administrator for Sofa Communications, an occupation he worked in while filling in as a city councilor.
While his complete name was Michael Anthony Gaidamasciuk, Anthony expressed on his Facebook page that he chose to pass by Mike Anthony in 1991 when he started dealing with air in radio.
Living in the Pinewood zone with his better half Tanya Retson, the two were locked in New Year’s Eve 2014.