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April 03, 2013
So sorry for your loss. Great memories of Tom at UT. Would come by my room, knock on the door, say lets go. I would always ask, what you want me to do? He would say, THROW ME THE BALL AND GET OUT OF THE WAY.. May God comfort you and your family.
April 01, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to all of the family, we pray for comfort as well as the embrace of your church family & especially from our Lord Jesus Christ.
Sincerely Mike & Rosalie Mensinga
April 01, 2013
So very sorry to hear of Tom Boerwinkle's death. I just turned 64 on 01 02 49 and 67 is too young to go.
He was very hard working at rebounding and blocking out a big body that could battle even Wilt to a good degree and along with Wilt and Walton -one of the best passing centers ever.
My best to his loved ones and fans left behind...
TwilightZone(Alaska)
March 31, 2013
My condolences to the Boerwinkle Family, may the God of tender mercy give your family comfort as you cope with the loss of your loved one. May you also find comfort in the "hearer of prayers"(Psalms 65:2)
March 31, 2013
Dearest Boerwinkle Family, May you know that we mourn the loss of your Tom and send our sincerest condolences to you all. One fond memory: when Tom was an analyst for the Bulls in the early 1990's, my husband happened upon Tom at Union Station. My husband was carrying a rug, wrapped in brown paper, which he had purchased from Marshall Field's. He waited until Tom got off a pay phone (no cell phones back then)and then asked Tom if he would please sign the wrapper for his "son" Rob. Rob was actually my husband's uncle (now age 92) who was a huge fan of the the Bulls. Tom graciously did so. That signature with "to Rob" was given to Rob at Christmas. We are so very sorry for the loss of a great guy.
March 31, 2013
It is truly difficult to lose a loved one in death. As a source of comfort, rely on the great memories shared by family and friends as well as fans. Remember too that God is here to lean on and to comfort you.
March 30, 2013
May you be comforted by our God above,may He open his hand and give you the comfort that you desire....so sorry for your loss.....~~d~
March 30, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the Boerwinkle family and friends. May the true God be of some comfort to you. (John 5:25)
March 30, 2013
My deepest sympathies. May the "God of all comfort," help to ease the pain of your grief during this time.(1 Cor 1:3,4)
March 30, 2013
I worked for Tom for 10 years at Olympic Oil, he was the most generous and humble man I have ever known. My deepest sympathies to Linda,Jeff and Gretchen. I considered Tom a good friend of mine and he will be deeply missed. Safer trip # 18

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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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