Shirley, you may not remember my wife and I visited with you and Tommy at the 50th Anniversary of Coral Gables High School at the Biltmore Hotel in the Gables.
Tommy lived on the same block and Tommy along with my brother George, Fred McClintock, MIke Day played all sorts of sports most notably hours and hours of softball at the park right in our neighborhood. Tommy's passing is very sad to me as one my childhood friends and on through high school. I know my loss though does not compare with that of you and your family. But, I wanted you to know that Tommy touched lives a long time ago with a bunch other boys in a Coral Gables neighborhood.
Donald and Joanie Mitchell
Shirley and all,
Saddened by the news. Continue to move on with joyful memories of Tom's jokes and many laughs. I will always think of Tom with sweet thoughts.
Debby and Jim Coley
Kim, I know you will forever have a hole in your heart that will always miss your dad. Know and have peace that he is and will always look over you and the rest of your family and sweet friends that admired him and love him dearly.
My prayers are with you and your family.
To Shirley and all: You are in our thoughts and prayers. We always enjoyed Tom - he was a kind and gentle man. May your warm memories of him help you through this difficult and sad time. God bless! Bob and Karen Carlson and family.
Not only were you a great Father-in-Law- You were a wonderful friend-I will miss our many discussions-You were a gentleman! I will miss you!
Shirley and all, we are so saddened by this great loss. He leaves such warm, humorous and great memories. Tom, you were just the most wonderful brother-in-law! Always so caring and concerned about "Dickey" and his family. We were so fortunate to have you in our lives. We will miss you terribly! Dick, Millie and Rascal Bubba
We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Mr. Prosser was a fine man and always so friendly and kind. I know he will be surely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Tawna and Jon
Our prayers and thoughts are with all of the Prosser family, we will miss his welcoming and warmth conversations, we love you all dearly. To Tom Prosser, he who had a great life and knew how much he was loved.
To the Prosser family and especially my friend forever "John". When you think of your dad today, you will always remember him in your heart. You might look at him in a picture frame or two but just know that you will never be apart.
Tom was a great friend and fellow ATO. When we were both freshman at Georgia Tech he invited me to Coral Gables during spring break It became an annual event and I had the pleasure of meeting his folks and many of his friends from Coral Gables High School. Those visits helped to convince me to spend most of my working years in Florida.
My sincere sympathy to Shirley and the family.
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
SEMPER FI - FELLOW VETERAN -
THANK YOU - FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY
You are one of our heroes.
We will remember you always and miss you dearly.
Take your Warrior's rest for a duty well done.
I wish to extend to members of your family my deepest sympathy on their loss.
May the force of GOD be with them as they walk through this difficult time.
May the loving promises of our LORD and Savior comfort them and give them strength.
On behalf of a grateful nation we leave our sympathy and a small token of appreciation
for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one to our Country.
U. S. MARINE AND VIET NAM VET
GREAT FRIEND AS FRAT-BROTHER-TOOK ME IN WHEN VISITED HIM IN MIAMI WHILE AT TECH-GOT ME & FRIEND DATES--TRULY WAS A BROTHER IN THE REAL SENSE-SO SORRY LOST TOUCH SOON AFTER COLLEGE--WANT HIS FAMILY TO KNOW HOW MUCH I ENJOYED KNOWING HIM AND HOW I NEVER FORGOT HIS KINDNESS AND WILLINGNESS TO BE MY FRIEND-CHARLIE HAYS-BROTHER A.T.O.53>57
To the family of Thomas Prosser, my condolences go out to each and every one of you. May you find comfort from God through prayer. Also, may his promises found in his word for the near future be a source of hope and comfort to you as well.
Tom was a good guy, good friend and good fraternity brother at Georgia Tech. My condolences to his family. We shall miss him.
I knew Tom in college and as a fraternity brother.We thought very highly of him and enjoyed seeing him when he came to Atlanta.So sorry for your loss.
We are very fortunate and grateful to have known Tom and his wonderful family for so many enjoyable years. We will miss Tom and provide our best wishes to the family in this difficult time.
He was such a good and brilliant man he will be greatly missed by every life he touched.It has always been a comfort that headed up this Prosser clan. My love and prayers are with all of you. Love; Yancy