I Iim so sorry for your loss, Wanda Pat Russell Andrews
My husband and I just met Tommy and Wanda for the first time about a year ago. What a fun guy he was and what a great life he had. Success in business, adventure and a wonderful wife in Wanda. He is irreplaceable.
Wanda , I'm so sorry to hear about Tommy passing away . I'm glad I was able to visit with him and you at our Class Reunion this past October . Do know that you are in my thoughts and prayers that God will give you and the rest of his family peace and comfort today and in the days to come .
Receive my sincere condolences ,
Although no words of sympathy can take away your sorrow, may memories of Tommy bring you comfort and strength.
Thinking of you.
Ken & Dawn Chatham
The membership of the Rio Grande Valley Chapter Associated General Contractors of America extends our condolences to the family and friends of Tommy Carruth.
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss; our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Lower Rio Grande Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
We are so sorry for your loss. May your memories give you comfort during this difficult time.
Glenn & Patsy Lemke
Tommy Carruth was a talented, witty, warm and loving man with so many friends and family that will miss him dearly, the Pratt family extends their heartfelt condolences.
My mother and step-father were Fred and Bobbie Petch. I remember sailing with Tommy for many years. He was quite a character! I love Henry Mancini music. Every time I hear the song "Wine and Roses" I think of Tommy. And I'm sure I will the rest of my life. You all are in my prayers.