Thomas R. Belbeck


Belbeck, Thomas R. age 59, of Rosemount. Survived by wife, Janice; daughters, Nicole (Raymond) Haeg and Kelly (Jamison) Langdon; 2 grandchildren; brothers, Craig (Debbie), James (Kate) and Robert (Peggy) Belbeck; sisters, Mary (Norm) Gregg and Jill (Brett) Solmonson; nieces & nephews. Visitation 5-8 PM Tuesday at the Henry W. Anderson Apple Valley Mortuary, 147th & Garrett Ave. Interment Ft. Snelling. Memorials to the American Diabetes Association. Henry W. Anderson 952-432-2331

This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.

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On behalf of my family,our sincere sympathies to all of Thomas's family members and frieds.

Fair Winds and Following Seas Shipmate.

For FTM2 Tom Belbeck, although we never served together, I was fortunate to have been a part of the wonderful legacy you passed along as a crewmember of the finest U.S. Navy ship to ever sail the seven seas, the USS Richmond K.Turner (CG-20). Thank for you proud and dedicated service to our country. May you have Fair Winds and Following Seas as you navigate the heavens.

To the Belbeck Family-
I know Tom will hold a special place in your memory. He will also be in ours. I first met Tom about ten years after my leaving the Navy. He just happened to get a teaching job where I was teaching and we were both surprised to learn that he and I had both served on the same ship and that he knew most of my old shipmates even though he had served about six months after I left. I taught in the same program with him for about three years here in Minnesota. Not only...

On behalf of my mom and sister, I want to thank all of you for your kind words and thoughts during this difficult time for our family. It has been nice hearing all the fun stories about my dad and how my dad has touched each of your lives. My dad was a good man and will definately be missed.

Janice, I am so very sorry about your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and our prayers.

To the Belbeck family
I met Tom when I was a student at Dakota County Technical College. I learned almost everything I know about electronics from him. My son Andy Glass went out with one of your girls. Andy is now an officer in the Air Force. I was also in the military. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. I will visit him at the Fort Snelling Cemetery.

I was really sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Tom was a real nice & friendly guy & we enjoyed working at Canterbury Park with him. My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family.

Janice, I am sorry to here of you loss,I'll remember Tom fondly. Hope all is well with you and the girls.