Dear Vickie and sons, Tom was so delightful and full of life and a true sense of family. He will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Enjoyed the video of pictures so much and thank you for sharing Tom's life with those of us who met him and knew him from our winters in TX. He was a sensitive, compassionate person with a sense of humor. He was greatly missed this winter and we were all saddened to learn of his passing. Blessings to Vicki and the rest of the family. Our lives are richer because of his presence and friendship.
What a joy it was to play music in the Winter Texan Orchestra and the Singing Strings with Tom! He always kept us on our toes. We miss him.
We only met Tom on a few, too-brief occasions. With a smile, we remember his sense of humour and love of life. Our sincere condolences to his family.
Love you Gigi. We will all miss you... R.I.P
I will miss you so much Gigi! You were a great Grandfather to me.
We were saddened to hear of Tom's passing. Our thoughts are with you, Vicki, and all the family, at this time of sorrow.
The photos brought back memories of Tom when he was young; Elmwood school; and Riverton Avenue in Winnipeg.
Joan & Charlie Strachan and family
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family at this time from the Management and Staff of Mitel Networks Corporation.
A donation will be sent to Cancer Care in memory of your father.
Dear Vicki and family
Our most sincere and deepest sympathy to
you and your family. Tom was a great person and he will be missed. Our prayers are with you.
Your friends from Texas
Ruben and Connie
I feel so sad for you Vicki and your family. He is at peace now. Miss you guys. Your next door neighbour at Lemon Tree Bonnie Taylor B5.
Mr. Bingham was my neighbour when I was growing up. One day I was coming home from a friends house and I was walking up the path that ran up the side of Mr. Bingham's house. When I got there there was a swarm of bees on the path, I froze and started crying I was so scared. Tom saw me and came over talked to me and helped me away from the bees, he walked me through his yard and made sure I was ok. He was a great man and will live on in his family and friends hearts <3
Dear Vicki and families,
My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your families in the loss of your dear husband Tom, father and grandfather.
I first met Tom at Hugh John MacDonald school practices Saturday mornings for the Manitoba School's Orchestra playing first violins. Unknowingly, it looks like we took similar paths in our retirement years to pickup the violin again and play in an orchestra.
Over the years it was a pleasure knowing Tom as a kind, witty and truly a good friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers..during this very difficult time. Thinking of you Keith,Treena and all the families.God Bless
Vicki and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this trying time. May fond memories help sustain you in the coming days.
Sadley & Evelyn Shindruk
( Cloverdale, B.C. )
I enjoyed my time in Kenora working with Tom, and later in Winnipeg. One of my fondest memories is when I negotiated his purchase of a brand new Starcraft boat, motor and trailer from a local dealer. He was like a kid with a new toy and I know he thoroughly enjoyed Lake of the Woods with family and his many friends. You 're a good man, Tom Bingham.
-Bob and Jeannette Willis, (Kenora, Winnipeg, Vancouver) and now retired in Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Tom lived a full and beautiful life although he was taken too soon
I met Tom while playing in the Winter Texas Orchestra. He was always very friendly and his clear and confident violin playing stood out. I'm lucky I met him. My condolences to the family.
We are very sorry to hear of Tom's passing and extend our sympathy to Vicky and family.
sorry for your great loss....a dad. a grampa..a husband..i pray faith keeps you strong and the promise of eternal love carries you forward...with respect, korenia allison
My deepest condolences to Vicki, Maryann, and all of the family. We met too briefly at the Elmwood High re-union, but re-kindled many memories of the musical we were in, and the quartette we were in, and it was so neat to do that again two years ago. Tom also brought to my attention his relationship and appreciation for my brother Jack, with a story from their youth. It was so kind of him. He was a first class man, and will surely be missed by many of us current earthlings. With deepest regrets,
Bill Lewis, South Surrey, B.C.
My sincerest sympathy for the loss of your husband and father,Tom. We went to Elmood school together. Sincerely, Alice Moulder (nee Lewis) Maple Ridge, B.C.
With fond memories of dancing with you Vicki and Tom, we send our love.
To Vickie & family,
Sincere and deepest sympathy for your loss. Tom was a great guy and will be missed by so many.
Larry & Mickey Kuprowski
As we get along on our journey called life, we do tend to lose track of friends we knew. I remember Tom and his sisters when I was a young fellow growing up in Elmwood. My grandmother, Katherine Rathgeber lived at 488 Riverton Ave, right next door to the Binghams. I remember having porridge some mornings with brown sugar over at Tom's home. His father taught me a bit about gardening as he had a garden lot just east of the School. I remember tom as a good friend. My condolences to the family. I imagine he is looking down upon us and smiling! Bobby Olien
Vicki and family, you have our sympathy and we are thinking about you at this difficult time. Our prayers are with you.
Vicki and family,
Thinking of you and may the memories of Tom (Dad) comfort you in the days ahead.
Myron and Louise Bowen
Tom was a good man, my sincere condolences from an old neighbour, school chum and friend.
We would like to pass on condolences to the family and friends of Thomas Bingham. I'm sure his positive spirit will live on in all that new him.
Arran and Larry
With deepest sympathy during this most difficult time. Tom will always be here in our hearts and memories. Please accept our condolences.
Just to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow. You now have an Angel in heaven who is watching over you. He will be missed. Much love from David and Catherine
Uncle Tom always knew the right words to say and would give kind advice when requested. He had a very philosophical outlook on life and yet never took things too seriously. His family and friends were all important to him and his warm smile and contagious laugh will be missed by all who knew him. His love for life was evident in everything he did and he has passed that love down to his sons and grandchildren. He will be fondly remembered always.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Vicki and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Celebrate his spirit as it lives on.