Dear Chris and Meagan,
We've only known your family for a short time but we have many fond memories from the last 2-1/2 years. We will never forget how Chris and Tom would compete to have "Tom" or Chris" be one of our young son's first words. Sure enough it ended up being Tom. Just the other day my son put on my baseball cap and said "I look like Tom".
Tom and I both shared a love for softball, but he was one of those rare people who not only had playing talent, but the ability to teach the kids to learn the game he loved. Even rarer was his ability to teach the kids and still make it fun for them.
We were all sad to hear it when you were moving from Richmond last year and I can vividly remember Tom's grin when he shook my hand at our daughter's Guides meeting one night and said "Our paths will cross again." Sure enough they did but we never thought it would be cut so short. I hope when our paths cross again we will have more time with you.
Chris and Meagan, we can't express in words how sad we are for your loss. Rest assured that Tom touched everyone he came across and will always be in our hearts.
Our sincerest condolences,
Kevin, Laura, Nyla & Wyatt