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July 17, 2018

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April 6, 2017
So sorry for your loss Dee,Beth, Todd, and Danny.
January 7, 2017
We would like to express our deepest condolences to Dee and her family as they grieve their loss of a wonderful husband and father. I did not have the pleasure of working with Tom although my father Thomas Bell did for over thirty years at Xerox.

My dad and mom always shared with me their memorable stories of Tom during the years. I always talked with him at my parent's annual Super Bowl party and I will always take with me his sense of goodwill, fairness and decency.

Rest in peace Marine from a former Soldier...

With fondest memories,

Michael and Shannon Bell
January 6, 2017
Nick and Todd, So very sorry for your loss. He was an awesome man.
January 3, 2017
Many of us at Xerox lost a very good friend with Tom's passing, I know I did. Tom was a great boss and a tremendous leader! He was a one of a kind person, fun to be around, never afraid to be himself, a risk taker who made his own luck. It's no wonder he loved Clint Eastwood movies! He was an "I did it my way" kind of guy. If he thought he was right, as the song goes, "That Ram would keep butt-in that dam." Tom had a tremendous desire to win and brought Louisville Service to national promanance as a top performer year after year. He was a tough Marine with a very soft underside. He could have gone many places, but he loved the people the people in the Louisville District and would never leave. Tom also loved his family very much and was very proud of them. Tom was my friend! I will think of him often for the rest of my life and smile at the memories he gave me.