“Hello Linda; I'm very sorry to read about your Father's death. I worked with him at Aide,Inc. and then worked for him at Wisconsin Metal. Then tried to purchase machinery from him when I lived and worked in North Carolina. He was a man dedicated to his family and his work. I will miss him. Rick Krause, Park High School 1965
“You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Tom was such a special friend. I will miss his bigger than life personality! I know he is happy to be in heaven with Bodel. God Bless!
“I am so sorry for your loss but I am truly happy that Tom is with Bodel now. He will forever be remembered with love and warm thoughts. I was blessed to have been their neighbor for many years. I treasure the laughs, the hugs, the meals, the church visits, and the many fun times that we three spent together.
“Tom was a light to me, always shining. His love for family was an inspiration. He was a renaissance man fearful of nothing. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
“Tom was a wonderful man and will be missed by all of his St. James family. He always greeted us with a big hug and a smile. He loved his Lord, his wife, his children and his church. That love was returned to him in many ways. May God's Peace surround the family during this difficult time.
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. NEWTON, NC - Thomas Patrick Kinsella of Newton, NC, a proud Irishman, passed away on March 17, 2013 at the age of 87. Born in Montgomery, AL on April 23, 1925, he was preceded in death by his wife, Bodel, a member of the Racine Gimpers. Survivors include his daughter Linda; son Tom; daughter...Read More