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Arthur posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 2, 2019May the words of Jesus Christ be able to help ease the pain of losing him in death, by reading the promise that he has made to each of you in John 5:28,29 about a time when he will resurrect the dead back to life again and then they will be able to live forever on this earth as the Bible says in Psalm 37:29 which says: The righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it. So may these words bring a real sense of comfort for your hearts and minds for the future when all of you will be able to welcome him back into your arms to hold and to cherish forever and so go to JW.org to find what other promises of Jehovah God has He made to us humans for the future.
dennis eagleson posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 5, 2019I have gotten to know Tom form our Webhannet golf connections and I treasure that experience very much. It is said that you get a true measure of a person by how he conducts himself on the golf course. It was always a pleasure to play with Tom and many things beside golf were discussed. I consider him a true friend and will miss him very much. My deepest sympathies to you. He will be with our golf group as we play our rounds.
Liz Bauman posted a condolence
Monday, March 4, 2019Tommy was such an amazing man who will be missed terribly. I have known Tommy since I was a little girl summering in Kennebunk Beach, Maine. I will miss his smiling happy face, and seeing him drive by on Great Hill Road in his convertible. My thoughts and prayers are with Kathy and his family. Rest in Peace my friend xo Liz
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Monday, March 4, 2019
Sandy Peterson posted a condolence
Monday, March 4, 2019I worked with Tom for about 10 years and we ate lunch together for almost as long. We had a friendly little lunch table where we discussed and solved many of the world's problems. We enjoyed talking about music especially the Stones. Tom and I were so completely opposite, I wasn't a big Stones fan, I was a die hard Eagles fan and golf to me was like watching the grass grow, but we somehow found a way to become friends. I truly believe that was Tom's superpower, he never met anyone that he didn't consider a friend. He will be missed. GOD'S SPEED MY FRIEND.
Joe Ganzelli, Sr. posted a condolence
Sunday, March 3, 2019Tom and I worked together for several years at First Union, and I considered Tom my best friend at the Bank in the years that we worked together. Tom and I sat in adjoining cubes in the Small Business Banking Division with First Union at Broad & Walnut Streets from approx. 1996 thru 2002, but maintained our friendship for many years after my departure from the Bank. I had three young boys during our work time together, and would often bring them into the office, where Tom treated my boys like his own. They loved him dearly, and they and I shared many hearty laughs together, and many rock concert stories as well. Tom always knew how to get tickets to the most in demand concerts, and was instrumental in my being able to attend many sold out shows thru his broker connections. I last saw Tom in Dec. 2015 at an annual Bank reunion, and Tom was his same gregarious, friendly and warm self. I enjoyed working with Tom and treasure those times. My condolences to Kathy, Emily and the entire family. Tom was a true gem and will be greatly missed by many.
Althea Willis posted a condolence
Sunday, March 3, 2019I’m happy to have seen Tom this past December at the annual gathering. As always, there was a smile on his face. Rest well Tom!
Bert Shipman posted a condolence
Sunday, March 3, 2019Worked with Tom for many years and by extention seemed to also know Kathy and Emily with all his family updates. I always thought of Tom as a friend as did so many others who got to know him. Condolences to the family and know so many of us work associates share in your sadness.
Sam Cohen posted a condolence
Sunday, March 3, 2019Other than his choice of sports teams Tom was the greatest of guys!! Our work relationship goes back to the mid '80s. When we last met for a drink a year or so ago he was still faithful to his Budweiser. RIP Mr. Rolling Stone.
Ardda Hersh posted a condolence
Sunday, March 3, 2019Saddened to learn of Tom’s passing. Worked in banking with Tom for many years. He was very knowledgeable, lots of fun and always had a smile. Condolences to all family and friends. Our banking ‘family’ continues to dwindle. Rest In Peace Tom.
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Saturday, March 2, 2019
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