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March 22, 2014
So sorry to hear of Tom's passing. My mother, Ann Franz Lumby, visited her brother Bill and Tom's mother Liz in San Francisco several times and always spoke so highly of Tom and his generous hospitality during those visits. She always looked forward to hearing the news and truly enjoyed his company.
My sympathy goes out to you.
Sincerely,
Donna Lumby McGreal
February 20, 2014
Love my Dad, thats all there is.
August 04, 2013
Dear Mary Jane and Ram, I just heard of the death of Dr. McGeoy and send you our heartfelt sympathy. We lived across the street from you on Campana and I worked at Seton Ortho-Surgery, floating down to Oncology. I always thought Dr. McGeoy was an excellent urologist and appreciated his great sense of humor. I could see that you two were going to have a wonderful marriage, as your love for each other was so inspirational. I hope you are doing well, Mary Jane. God be with and comfort you in your loss. Sincerely,Elizabeth Moran R. N.
June 13, 2013
I met Tom in Hawaii while he was on R&R from Vietnam......I was dating his sister in law, Mieko, at the time......I was deeply impressed by his emotion and sensetivity about the war at the time......it affected him deeply......He was and will always be remembered as a very caring person.....
February 25, 2013
Dear Mary Jane,
Tommy and I were often mistaken for each other when we rode the number 12 bus home from Calvert Hall, I think because we each had a black raincoat and the pompadore hair that was so popular in the day. My prayers go with you and for Tommy, your children and grand children.

Jack Bludis

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