• Leak Memory Chapel
    Montgomery, AL
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Thomas Debray Sr.

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October 07, 2013
We all can count our blessings for Tom being apart of our lives. Tom was a big man with an ever larger heart----good natured and fun to be around. He was a dear friend to me and my entire family over the years. I will always thank God for God putting Tom in my life. He will be missed, deeply missed, but his memories will live on. Tom, I love you brother; and now, may you rest in peace.
October 07, 2013
I attended school with him at Alabama and had the good chance to run into him outside the Georgia Dome after the Alabama-Virginia Tech game on August 31. We'll remember him at our Eucharist here on Sunday. May he rest in peace and rise in glory!
October 07, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with Tom's children and family. I met him several years ago and enjoyed getting to know him and his respectful demeanor and kindness meant a lot. He was a man that truly loved his children and was dedicated to his profession, his close friends, and family. I will hold close the memories of the time I knew him.
October 07, 2013
I will never forget arriving at UA Law School in 1980. As a grad of a tiny little college in my hometown, I was way past being simply overwhelmed at the hugeness of UA, not to mention the terror of Law School. Tom was in my Section and always had time to show me the ropes, and was always ready to help anyone. Usually, he could find a way to work in a joke and make everyone laugh in the process, while solving the problem. Who can forget Turkey Bingo? I'm pretty certain he invented that one.

When I watched the Homecoming Parade last Saturday, I remembered us all in our full morning suits, (not just the coats, like those tradition-reviling present day Law Students) and our lovely cheers with which we greeted all of townspeople and Alumni who must not have known better. If Tom did not win the cheer contest, I'm sure he was at least in the Top 3. With his booming voice, he made certain all of us were heard by everyone on the parade route. One of the many reasons we are all glad there were no iPhones in those days--we would never have gotten jobs. Politically savvy, oh yes Tom certainly was. Politically correct, not so much. I guess I could write on and on, but should not take up an inordinate amount of space. To Tom's children, I've never met you, but certainly hope to do so. Your Dad was a warm, funny, super-bright and wonderful person who will be greatly missed. When I talked to him in later years, after we had all become somewhat more politically correct, it was clear that you were all the apples of his eye and the best part of his heart. You are all in my prayers!
October 07, 2013
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