Tom E. Brock
1950 - 2018
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Tom E. Brock FORT WORTH -- Tom E. Brock, so loved by his family and friends, passed away Saturday Sept. 29, 2018. MEMORIAL SERVICE: 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Greenwood Chapel. Tom was born in Fort Worth on July 27, 1950, to Tom and Dorothy Brock. Tom married his high school sweetheart, Becky who passed away in 2007. Tom graduated from Arlington Heights High School in 1968. He went on to receive his Bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. After receiving his degree, he became a successful banker in the Fort Worth area serving the community for over 40 years. He most recently worked at Simmons Bank, formerly Southwest Bank. One of Tom's favorite hobbies was genealogy and learning about the history of the Brock name. Tom was a very kind and generous man with a great compassion for helping others, he will be sorely missed by his family, friends and others in the community. SURVIVORS: Sister, Barbara; three children, Gary, Brian and John; five grandchildren, Ethan, Eric, Evan, TJ and Hailey.

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Published in Star-Telegram on Oct. 4, 2018.
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October 12, 2018
I worked with Tom for many years and he was a very funny and considerate man to all who knew him. He will be sorely missed.
Lisanne Davidson
October 5, 2018
I had the privilege of working with Tom at Southwest Bank - Simmons Bank for 9 years. He was a sweet man that will be missed. I'm sorry for your loss.
Sue Ann Scott
October 4, 2018
I worked with Tom for several years, but in a different branch of the bank. He could make me laugh like no other person. I am so sorry for your loss; he was a lovely man.
Connie Holder
October 4, 2018
Sorry for the loss of a dear love one. May you find comfort during this grieving moment. Matthew 5:4
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