Carol I am so sorry to hear that Tommy has past on, He was such a great person, I worked with him at Mr Brownes it was Pure then, that was around 1966, my dad RV was a mechanic there also you may remember, i was still in school and worked most afternoons and evenings & sat, my Dad always called him Sarge, i will always have good memories of Tommy, He even met me at my car 1 day when I came in to work I knew something was wrong and it was then that told me of my mothers passing, I even still have a blue handle screw driver in my tool box that he gave me one day after he had got a new one, My Dad always liked Tommy and they were always coming up with some kind of jokes around the station, and I never will forget Tommy pumping gas with a cigarette in his mouth,again I am sorry for your loss and i hope you are doing ok
Van Moser Harrisburg, N.C.
Sheri, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I am so sorry for you loss! Love you! Francine Skinner
I read the story in the paper today about Mr. Blanton. I knew him growing up when he worked for Mr. Brown. He always had a smile on his face and I remember vividly how happy he made you feel just for stopping by the station. And, yes, he was fast! I am sorry for your loss and so glad I did not miss the lovely tribute to him today. Alice Carmichael
Ann, it was so nice to see you at the store the other day. Please know that you and your family will be lifted up in prayers. And a special one for you and your mother. Love, Joanne Robinson