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April 05, 2013
Tom was a fabulous man. I met him through his business, Olympic Oil, and will never forget the first time he proudly gave me a tour while he ducked his tall frame under all the doorways. Tom was a most caring and generous man, always with a smile on his face. He was there in the good and the bad times to support everyone he knew. One time we were attending a game at the joint suite my company shared with his at the United Center, entertaining a customer from South Africa. My ticket, and this gentleman's was not stamped when we first walked into the suite floor. During an intermission, when I was showing this guest around, we returned to the floor to be told we couldn't enter as our tickets had not been stamped. The ushers wouldn't believe us that they had neglected to do so. I called into the suite and Tom came out to our rescue, convincing the ushers, in his gentle, calm manner, that we were legitimate ticket holders. His demeanor helped win them over. I have a 1998 photo at a formal event of myself and another colleague standing on chairs next to Tom who was standing. He was still taller than us. I will always remember him with fondness and give my deepest condolences to his family.
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One of the many visits Tom went hunting with my Dad.  A memory I will always have of special person.

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