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September 23, 2018

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April 10, 2018
January 13, 2018
Who was Tommy Colella to me? A mentor, a friend and a kind and gentle man. I met Tom in 1972. I actually bowled on a league with Flo for a few years (we had so many laughs). I watched the girls when they were young a few times and got to know the Colella boys and family while working for Brian Homes temporarily in the 70's. (Only when Mary was out lol). I was a single mom raising 2 kids in hard times. During that time Tom taught me to stand up for myself and be strong, fight to get what I want and most of all to be proud of my accomplishments and laugh at my mistakes. Always trying to fix me up with someone which was really funny. We were buddies, pals and closer than some of my girlfriends. I could come to him with any problem and he'd help me figure it out. He could tell me anything and know that it would go no further. We sure laughed a lot. I worked for Tom at the track as PR Girl to the VIP lounge and got to meet a lot of great people. I'm still friends with Jon Parsons Jr. because of Tom. I think he reminded me of my Dad who I lost at an early age. Whatever the reason, we remained friends for many, many years. Later in our lives, Tom came to Florida to visit and stopped to see me and my husband several times. We could go on and on talking about the track, the business and golf, he was a real mans man but we had a special relationship. We saw Tom shortly after he lost Flo (I still can't imagine his pain) and he told us all about what had happened. We kept in touch here and there, but lives change and people move on. I was certainly glad to hear that the girls were doing so well and Brian was successfully running the business. I actually talked to Tom on the phone the day before he got remarried. I was very happy for him, but sorry I never got a chance to meet his lovely new wife. Time passes but memories never leave us. So, RIP my friend...you will be truly missed by many, but you have left a piece of yourself as well. You will be remembered. #40
January 5, 2018
December 28, 2017
Brian, and the Brian Homes family, I'm so terribly sorry to hear of your loss.

SUE BISI
(formerly of REX Glass & Mirror)