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September 22, 2018

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June 21, 2018
I knew Tom in High School - he was a kind soul. Later, with the arrival of Facebook we were able to communicate once again. He provided some much needed advice at a time when I needed it. I will never forget him and the insights he provided to me at that time. For that I will be forever grateful. To Sissy, Karen and Mickey, I hope our thoughts and Memories of your brother will bring you comfort during this difficult time. I am honored to have known him and all of your family.
June 11, 2018
Thank you Tom for all the great talks through out the years.
June 11, 2018
I met Tom I don't know how many years ago, but we both have trains in common. We both love American Flyer as well as many others. Tom was the type of guy that you would have trouble not becoming friends with. Tom would come to the train shows and stay extra long just to visit with me. Dad and I would go into the Hobby Shop to look at, order and buy trains and accessories, but the friendship we had and will always have was so much more than just the trains. Tom was always one to ask how my family and I was doing, always a caring person. When my dad passed away I still went to the hobby shop and Tom always was there when I needed to talk with someone. Tom would tell me that he could feel my dad around me, looking over me. I will miss you buddy. May you be at peace and comfort. God bless my friend. Have fun running trains with dad. P.S. Tom give Lionel a good haunting for never helping you with my Circus train they never fixed, I know you spent to many to count hours trying to get answers. Look in on me from time to time my friend.
June 11, 2018
I met Tom at the hobby shop, through my husband. They both loved trains, especially "S" Gage. He was the most calm, loving, easy-going and caring person. We will miss him immensely!