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August 17, 2018

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February 14, 2018
Just heard of Tom's passing and it saddens my heart. Tom was a very outgoing man with a giving heart and a great sense of humor. Our deepest sympathy go out to Reba and family. Your family has always been very dear to our hearts, Tom will be greatly missed. RIP and keep them angels laughing!

Debby and Ruben Flores Family
February 2, 2018
We always had fun dealing with Tom at the S. 7th and Oak St. store. Even when we had a car in for only mechanical work he would try to sell us tires. Once I told him if they also did paint and body work I was sure he would try to convince me that we needed a new paint job just like he always tried to convince me that we needed a new set of tires. He had a good laugh at that. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. The Ed Cockerell Family
January 31, 2018
I am very sorry for your loss, loosing a loved one is truly a heartbreaking experience, but its uplifting to know that God promises us in Isaiah 65:17 a near future in which not only wont we feel the pain of loosing a loved one anymore but we wont even remember how it felt. Our pain will be erased and we will be happy once agai