I just recently learned of Tom's death and needless to say I am very sorry to hear this sad news.
I had the privilege of working with Tom at Camp Grady Spruce in the early 60's and he was a talented unique individual. He had such a great personality and was well liked by everyone.
I would like to express my condolences to all of his family and friends and I am sorry that I did not know about his death. Tom and his spirit will definitely be rest.
God bless you Tom and may you RIP.
John Snowden (Georgetown, TX)
Mike, our deepest condolences. Tom was so full of life and generosity that it is hard to think he's gone. Alex and I send our best regards.
Tom and I reconnected at one of our HP reunions; we danced and laughed and remained friends from then on. He always made my visits back to Dallas more fun. The world has lost a lovely man.
I knew Tom from Cathedral of Hope. We were friends with many friends in common. I well remember playing tennis with Tom one sunny Texas afternoon. He was playing tennis and I was just there. He was very patient and a very good tennis player. Tom was also incredibly funny. On a few occasions I found myself with Tom and our mutual friend Tom F. (you know who you are) and I can only remember the laughter of good friends. You will be missed but not forgotten. Thanks so much for your kindness and generosity and for the laughter.
God will Bless his soul he is a good Man who helped people and family too