Thomas Edward Powers II

Omaha, Nebraska

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Tom, I miss you already! Rest in peace my brother.I love you!

So sorry to hear of this Tommy was in my high school class also, he was always funny to be around. Toughts and prayers to his family.

So saddened to hear of Tommy's passing. I haven't seen him since high school but he was always so nice to me back then. A real sweet guy. Rest in peace Tommy.

Rest in Peace, Tommy. You will be dearly missed.

Tommy will be greatly missed by his many friends. Sadly, we lost touch over the years, but he was like a big brother to me when I was a teenager. I'll always remember our trip seeing Kenny G at the Iowa State Fair (and how he later had a photo of Kenny G blown up and framed for me)...he had a wonderful sense of humor, a great love of music, and was about as witty as they come. Rest in peace, Tommy.

His laughter, love for his cat and positive outlook on things was always something to admire....Rest in Peace Tommy....My prayers go out to his family..Mary Lyn Cabral

Thomas Dolby- You will be so very much missed. I wish we could have seen you more these last few years. I miss our long conversations on the phone, talking about everything from weather to the development of nuclear weapons in the middle east ( or where ever you told me they were). Your sweet demeanor and infectious chuckle will forever be in my memories. Till we meet again, my friend. RIP

Tommy was a great, funny guy. Our thoughts are with his family.

Tommy, this world will never be the same with you not here, but you will always be in my heart. Till we meet again in heaven. I love you and will miss you so much.


Thomas's Obituary

Thomas Powers passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on August 7, 2012.