In Memory Of


West Point, Virginia

Guest Book

Tommy and Family:
Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you. Mr.Whitmore stood tall among the tallest of men. A true gentlemen. We will certainly miss him here but we will indeed see him again. God Bless!!

Jim and Beverly Ross

Our hearts go out to you and yours at this most difficult time.Peace,Prayers,& Blessings to all of you. Your Dad was always so kind and generous to us. We are so saddened by your loss. Know that we are here for you! Love you

Kay, Sandy and Tommy

I want to express to each of you my condolences for your loss. I know Mr Whitmore touched a lot of people in his good life and will be missed by all.

Sincere condolences to the Whitmore family.

To family and friends I am sorry for your loss. Blessings for peace and comfort during this journey. Growing up in West Point I always remember Mr. Whitmore had a smile on his face! I thought that was really neat! Also he was so good to our piano teacher, Miss Martha Baughan! Thanks Mr. Whitmore! Blessings for your journey!

Worked at GMAC with Tom in 1950 and later
bought a car in 1960 from him. One of the Fun guys in Life. He will be missed
Charlie Penick Vinton, Va.

We consider ourselves lucky to have had Tom in the lives of the Whiteman families. The word "gentleman" could be worn out describing Tom. Please accept our very sincere sympathy.

Our sincere condolences to the Whitmore family.

The Fudala family

Sandy you and the family are in our thoughts an prayers. Tom was a wonderful man he will surely be missed.We love you all.Steve and Judy Shaw


THOMAS's Obituaries

WEST POINT - Thomas Bryan Whitmore Jr., 89, of West Point, died peacefully at his home on July 30. He was born in Dendron, Va., the son of Irene and Thomas Whitmore. Upon high school graduation, Tom served three years in the United States Army Air Force during WWII and was stationed in India...

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