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July 16, 2018

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October 31, 2016
Love You Grandpa! You are still in our Hearts and Prayers!
November 7, 2015
I was at Camp Nelson last week and I saw Tom's name on a headstone. I am heartily sorry to hear of his passing, especially ten months later. He and Pepe were my godparents when I was baptized into the Catholic church. Rest in peace, good man.
August 14, 2015
Tom and I were friends longer than I care to remember. What can you really say that will tell a person what a wonderful friend he was to me. We had many interesting conversations about life,family and experiences. I was not aware of his passing until I tried to contact him at Bridgepoint,they told me he had died. I write this with tears in my eyes and a lump in my heart, He was my FRIEND. He is missed.
January 19, 2015
For the family, I want to say it was the greatest pleasure getting to know Tom. For the past year while he resided along side of his sweet wife, Mildred at Bridgepointe they stole the hearts of our staff. He looked out for his neighbors as well as the staff. His main focus was always that his dear wife, Mildred was cared for. Even in his last days at Bridgepointe, he continued to put smiles on our faces and emulate a strong positive attitude. God bless you dear friend. You will missed terribly.