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October 21, 2019

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October 11, 2019
My wife Karen and I remember Tommy from the mid 60's when we all were members of the Ski Bee's ski club, located up in North Conway, NH. Tom was a very nice guy and very friendly. Later in our marriage we purchased a house in Medford and Tom was very helpful in that mortgage transaction with the Medford Savings Bank since it was our very first home purchase and thru the Veterans Administration since I am a Veteran, a lot of paperwork that he helped us get thru. We extend our sympathy with his many family
members. We still have good thoughts of Tommy back in the day.

Alan & Karen Amerault
October 9, 2019
Amanda, Tommy, and Donnie, I was saddened by the news, Your Husband and father was a wonderful man, he left a small part of himself with everyone he met, and they are better for that.
He is with his Brothers, and family, forever watching and guiding us. My thoughts and prayers are with you,
Love
Mark O'Connor
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