“I have so many joyful memories of Tom, who served as my mentor in the WFU counseling program. I am grateful to have known him. He will be missed by many! I offer my love and prayers for Tom and all of his family.
“It was a long time ago--and alas, I did not remain in touch--but memories of Tom are strong and pleasant. I will not miss him because his memory will always be with me.
“Ruby and family, I am sadden to learn of Toms death. He was a wonderful person who did more for others than anyone can imagine. Tom was very kind to me and one of the best friends I had on campus. I always knew he was there for me!
“Tom Elmore was one of my dearest male friends. He and his wife Ruby were so instumental in "saving" a number of us that were members of his Sunday School class back in the 70's. Our SS class was composed of both sexes, all ages, married and single, etc. and most of us were going through either a divorce or other challenging issues in life.Being a biblical scholar as well as a prominent counselor, he knew what we needed in our lives and went about helping us to rebuild what was left...
“Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
“Tom was a wonderful man and I know you will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
“Love to all of you. Peace and hugs. -Amy Rominger
“Angela, I am so sorry for your loss. Two very important men have left you and I know how much you will miss them both. May God grant you love and peace.
“Your family is in our prayers during this time.
Dr. Thomas ElmoreWinston-SalemDr. Thomas Morris Elmore died Monday, October 29, 2012.He was born in Wilson, NC in 1926 to the late Thomas O. and Effie Morris Elmore, and resided in Winston-Salem, NC for the past 50 years.He is survived by his wife Ruby Ellis Elmore; children, Angela Atkins,...Read More