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Thomas P. Blake Jr.

Troy, New York

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Blake, Thomas P. Jr. TROY Thomas P. Blake Jr., 79, retired Troy police officer, passed away on Monday, January 9, 2017, surrounded by his loving family. Born and raised in Troy, he was the son of the late Thomas P. Blake Sr. and Marjorie Anselment Blake. Thomas was the loving husband of 52 years...

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I worked closely with Tom for over 10 years during which time he became a very close friend. He was always available for whatever needed to be done, willing to go the extra mile. I will always remember his good sense, dedication to the job, his love of his family and how proud he was of his sons. Truly one of the good guys.

I knew Tom at Russell Sage College. He was patient, compassionate, reliable and a really nice man - truly one of the good guys. I am sorry for your loss.

My Dear Mr. Blake
A true gentleman and scholar. You were such a good person who tried his hardest to help my Brother. I appreciated that. You had a heart of gold. You will be missed by many and remembered by all who knew your kindness.
Thank you
Susanne

To the Blake family, I'm very sorry to hear of Tom's passing, he was truly one of the good guy's.My thoughts and prayers go out to you.

May the God of comfort be with you at this time

Having worked with Tom at the PD what came through was his profound kindness and humility. It was a pleasure to have worked with him. His family has the timeless gift of his legacy.

Terry Buchanan

To the Blake family, my thoughts and prayers go your way. Tom was one of the real good ones.
Joe Farrell

To the entire Blake family, I offer my most heart felt sympathy,and condolences at hearing of Tom's passing. I worked for many years at TPD, in SOS, learning many things from Tom that you don't learn in books. He was a top cop, a true Brother. RIP God knows you earned it.see you later at the roll call in the sky.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. I hope that the promise in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring comfort. Knowing that there is a hope for our love ones lost in death can be reassuring.