From your granddaughter, I miss you grandpa. I miss your humor and how easy it was for you to make me laugh. I'm gonna miss giving you hugs and you giving me kisses on the forehead. I miss you telling me stories about your past. You'll be forever in my heart, I love you grandpa
linda and family I am so sorry for your loss. Tom was a great co worker at Manassas Post Office and I will always remember him for the smile he always had on his face.
Dear Linda, Stacy, Tommy, Eric,
I always felt like I knew Tom through you, Linda and Stacy. And on the few times that I was with Tom, he really made me feel welcome. He was a fun person. How lucky you all were to have such a person to call honey, and DAD. You will continue to be in our prayers. Bob feels as I do that we lost a good friend.
Linda, Please call me when you need a listener.
With deepest condolences, Betty & Bob S.
I had the pleasure of working with Tom at the USPS; his service to our country warrants a debt of gratitude.
Please accept my condolences.
Thinking of you and your family as you go through this most difficult time. We met just once on your trip to New York and I was so impressed with his genuine spirit. He was a one in a million person of great integrity.
Dear Linda, Eric, Tommy, Stacey,
Our deepest sympathy goes out to you from both of us. Since Tom assended to heaven to be with our Lord, Jesus Christ, we reflected our good time together when we lived in Georgetown South. He was very instrumental in helping me turn Georgetown South to be a better place to live. Tom always had my back during the hard times there. That is the kind of guy he was to us and others.
We can still remeber is jolly laugh although the years have past sense seeing all of you. Our prayers go out to each one of you during this time of a large void in your life. Take care of yourselves.
Linda, Eric,Stacey,Tommy and family,you are in my thoughts and prayers now and in the comings months.I am so thankful I was able to spend time with Tom and the family and so Blessed when Tom gave me the cross. With Love Mary
I had the pleasure of working with Tom for many years at the USPS. He was a hard worker and had a great sense of humor. God Speed Tom.
Dear Linda,I enjoyed your visits to Portland. I was touched by Tom's great sense of humor. I consider my self blessed to have known both of you. Keep in touch. Patty Pasko Milwaukie, OR
Dear Linda, I'm so very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers now and in the weeks ahead.
With love, Mary Jo
Dear Linda, Eric, Tommy, Stacey, and other family members, I have so many memories of Tom as he, John, my brother, and I shared childhood activities either at either his parents' house or my parents' house in a delightful rural area. As we grew older, I marveled at what a fine, upstanding man Tom had become. His sense of humor tickled me and his sensitivity and caring for others enamored me. As you no doubt know, you were blessed having Tom as a husband and father. I send my love and prayers to help comfort you, and I do hope one day I will get to see you again Linda and meet your wonderful children. God Bless.
Linda, I was just sick hearing of Toms' passing. I am sorry that I did not try to get in touch with you and Tom a long time ago. I knew Tom from serving with him in Africa and Vietnam and Vint Hill Farms, Va. Tom was a strong man with a deep love for this country and especially his family. He is and will be missed by all who knew him. Our prayers will keep coming for you, Tom, and the rest of your family.
Tom and I became acquainted in Vietnam in 1966-67. My wife and I were traveling thru the Manassas area years ago and I got in touch with Tom and he met us for dinner. There are a few of us who have stayed in touch over the years. Linda feel free to call me if you need help with the VA. Tom is in a better place and at peace. God Bless.
Ron @ Lucy Robie Fortville, Indiana
I light this candle to remember you Tom. You were a good husband and father. I will love you now and forever. With all my love, Linda
Aunt Linda and Family, I am very sorry for the loss of Uncle Tom..You all will be in my thoughts and prayers..With Love, Kim and family
Dearest Linda an Family, In the short time we have known you an Tom, we have learned so much about the familys history, an ancestry. Tom an you worked very hard keeping it up to date, an adding new entries. I know his stain glass work, will be cherished by all who received one,a peice of him will always be with us. Everytime I look at my angel, I will think of you both, an know he is watching over us. Our hearts an prayers go out to you.
Dear Linda and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss, but can't help but rejoice that he's with the Lord - free of pain or tears. May pleasant memories and love flood your hearts. Praying for you, Bonnie and Dave Meyer
Aunt Linda. sorry to hear of uncle Toms passing. Verree and I are keeping him and your family in our prayers.
Love always Greg and verree.
Tom is my oldest friend. We first met when we started grade school. Through our early years we camped, hiked, fished and hunted the Kitsap and Olympic peninsulas. We played baseball and football in the pastures of his family's farm. I will always count Tom among my dearest friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with Linda and family at this difficult time
I light this candle to remember you dad I love you and miss you and you are a amazing dad love your daughter
Linda, so sorry to hear of your loss of Tom, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Aunt Linda & Family my heart is breaking with you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Uncle Tom will be missed deeply. With Love, Lorraine
Linda, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Tom was a wonderful person and will be missed. Every time i look at my stained glass angel i will remember him. Take special care. Love crystal from HCHC
I was shocked and heartsick to hear of Tom's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
We are so grateful for Tom's work on the family tree, because it allowed us to keep in touch the past few years.
You are all in our thoughts at this difficult time.
Dick Armstrong (Tom's cousin) and his wife Charlotte