You and the family are in my prayers. Call me.
Our deepest sympathy to the family. We remembered Tom when he was with IBM, (in Oak Ridge days) he was a wise, well-respected gentleman. (Sincerely, Elizabeth Chaney-Thompson and Juanita Davis-Braswell)
i ALWAYS ENJOYED TALKING OLD CARS WITH TOM,OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS WILL BE WITH YOU--FRANCES AND JERRY HODGE
i AM THINKING AND PRAYING FOR ALL OF YOU
Our deepest sympathy.
Lorraine and Bob Schulenberg
(Glynn's sister in law) San Jose, Ca.
April 3, 2013
Just wanted to share my sympathy's',
and her loss to Ellen and her Family. I have very vivid and fond memories of Tom as we remember the many cars he cherished in the early days around New Tazewell.
He was always a great guy to be around.
Bill M. Brooks, Tazewell, TN
My condolences to David and the family
I share in your grief, Elaine. Remember that God always has a plan and it is always for our ultimate good.
Will miss our visits.
Glynn & Rich Millett
Elaine....My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family in the loss of your dad. I know he was very special to you and was a great dad. Much love.
Sure going to miss the tinkering and visits at your kitchen table. You were a good neighbor and friend and we will miss you. Really appreciated all the times you watched the house and fed Rusty while we were out of town. I'm truly grateful we were able to have one last visit.
David, so sorry for your loss. Praying and thinking of you.
Elaine I am sorry about your dad. I am praying for you and your family. "Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever." (Psalm 73:25-26)
With love in Christ,
Jeff, Danielle, and Ezra Gateley
Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Much love. Sylvia and Buddy Duncan.
David sorry for your loss. You are in are parys.
With deepest sympathy, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Tom, you were my big, protective brother that I followed around on my first days of school, even waiting outside the boys' restroom for you. When we couldn't find a tree to eat our lunch under, we would bring it home and tell Mother that the shade trees were all taken.
I'm remembering all the nice visits that Rich and I have had with you, Ellen, Elaine and David over the years, and sometimes going back together to Newport to find familiar places of our childhood.
With loving memories forever,. Your sister, A. Glynn (Rich).
Although we were cousins, you were always more like a brother to me, as I think of the many childhood, (as well as through the 'teens) experiences, we shared, while still around to enjoy each other, in the "memory manufacturing" years, like the "cow milking/cat feeding", the numerous 6 tons of coal, we hauled on the old 1/1/2 ton Chevrolet Truck, across the old Cumberland Gap highway from the Premier Mines & "unloaded" all of it into, .narrow/small, "Coal Bins") , (before we were old enough to get a drivers license), I seem to remember also "exercising" our "young men" muscles in the Spring, too, while "cleaning out " the "cow hotel" (aka barn). The memory of the old '32" Chevrolet, with the wooden "floor boards" on fire, when you rigged it to run on kerosene. Our years of, taking advantage of your expertise in tuning some "fantastic running" race cars, and many more shared experiences. that loved brothers, do.
May GOD be with you, and thanks for being there, with me for these many years.
Bill (and Peggy)