We just heard the sad news of Tommy's passing. We always looked forward to his visits and his special way he had with our horses. He will be truly missed.
Tommy always got out of his truck with a huge iced coffee, a box of donuts and the question "Any moose stories?". I had one cross the road by the farm right in front of me and immediately thought of Tommy. He was a great horseman, a great preson and my friend and i will miss him, his smile and laugh and the twinkle in his eye.
My horse lives at home with me in Guilford, VT and that was how I knew Tommy. A more fabulous, friendly, funny person never lived. I can't believe that I won't be seeing him again.
I am from a barn in Bristol, WI, our trainer is Bill Clements and we just found out about your (and our) loss. I was looking forward to Mother's Day because Tommy always came around that time and would brightened up the day at our barn. He will be greatly missed. He was an exceptional man and I not only laughed a lot during his stay I learned a lot about horses and their teeth. He was honest and trustworthy....a one in a million...and he will be greatly missed. Again, I am so very sorry for your loss.
I just found out and I am so sorry for your loss Michelle and River. Tommy always told us stories and shared pictures of you. Words can not express how much he will be missed. I know you don't know me, I am the one Tommy got the Lego from. He worked on our horses every spring for the last 11 years. I wish I could have learned of this earlier and I would have come to pay my last respects. My heart and prayers are with you. Tommy will be forever missed.