Tony Jacyna, the owner of Penticton-based company Jacoh Signs, passed away on May 3. (Photo: Kettle Valley Memorial)

Tony Jacyna, the owner of Penticton-based company Jacoh Signs, passed away on May 3. (Photo: Kettle Valley Memorial)

Penticton business owner passes away after decades of serving the community

A celebration of life for Anthony Jacyna will be held at St. Ann’s Catholic Church on May 7

A prominent Penticton-based businessman has passed away.

Anthony Jacyna, the owner of Jacoh Signs, died on May 3.

Jacyna served the entire Okanagan with his sign-making venture for over 25 years.

In November, the late businessman and his wife contributed to Princeton’s flood recovery efforts with the donation of 100 laminated signs.

Jacyna dealt with health problems over the last couple of years, according to the obituary posted by Kettle Valley Memorial.

He was 56.

A celebration of life will be held at St. Ann’s Catholic Church on May 7 at 12:30 p.m.

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