He was the best hamburger cook ever he was a nice man he's hamburgers were the best
My deepest sympathy to the Uyemaruko family and Karen, and especially Aunt Sally, Joann and Julie.
Tom was such a gentle, mellow soul who always had a smile for everyone. I remember when he used to come over to our apartment when Irwin and I lived on Ashlan in Fresno to swim in the pool. We spent many a hot summer on the softball field and afterwards barbecuing. Wonderful memories.
I just heard this sad news today. Please know that I am so sorry for your loss.
Tom was my best friend throughout elementary and high school. Spoke with him about a year ago. What a sad day when I got the news. Rest in peace Tommy and thanks for the precious memories from our youth. Ed Gallo
We at FCOE are saddened to know we will no longer have Tommy's Burgers and all the other menu choices to enjoy at lunch. Nor will we be seeing Tommy's smiling face over the counter. The quality of his cooking and the way he managed his restaurant was a gem in downtown Fresno. Tommy we'll miss you!
Dear Tommy, I was shocked and sadden when I read in the newspaper of your passing. I will miss you and yes your hamburgers. I always told everyone you made the best hambergers.
I first met you at your restaurant almost 30 years ago. Although it was only friendly conversation at your restaurant, we became friends. You meet my wife and children. We talked about visiting each others home, but it never happened.
I regret not making the mundo you said you liked and the opportunity to hear and practice playing the guitar with you. Maybe we could have gone fishing, maybe I could have been there for you.
So long my friend. Cecil