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April 25, 2017
First off my deepest condolences on the loss of Thomas. I was going through my Togetherweserved account and saw where he had passed away. I was in basic training with him back in 1985 when we much younger hard chargers. He was a good guy and though we never spoke again I never forgot his easy and mature demeanor. I went on to serve 24 years and I see he made Major. My sincere and heartfelt thanks for his service and his achievements. May God bless him for all eternity.

Semper Fi

Jeff Hankins
GySgt. USMC (Ret.)
April 17, 2017
From the Editor, Marine Corps Law Enforcement Association

Several of our membership have contacted me with respect and admiration for Major Mockbee while he served as Provost Marshal at Albany, GA. He was a patriot and a fine officer. God speed and Semper fi.

Don Bolen
March 8, 2017
To Tom's family, please accept my heartfelt condolences. It was a real privilege to have served with Tom for two years on recruiting duty, which is universally regarded as 'the most demanding assignment the Marine Corps has in peacetime.'

Tom was selfless, relentlessly hard-working, dedicated, loyal, incredibly resourceful, and talented beyond measure. He loved being a Marine and unfailingly delivered his very best, all of the time.

Truly, Tom will always remain One of America's Finest.

I am grateful to have known him and will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers
March 3, 2017
I miss my brother but i know that he is in good hands with the Lord.


Michael D. Lathon
USMC
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