Thomas Blake

Rochester, New Hampshire

Sep 14, 1933 – May 30, 2018


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ROCHESTER, N.H. - Thomas Blake, 84, of 37 Dewey Street died Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at Frisbie Memorial Hospital. He was born Sept. 14, 1933 in South Lebanon, Maine, the son of the late Basil and Althea Blake. He was a graduate of Spaulding High School, Class of 1951. Tom was a printer for many...

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Dear Norma sorry to here about Tom. I enjoyed our years working together. He
was a good man. Went by the lake house last week, will think of him when ever we pass by.

My deepest sympathy to the Blake and Eisenstat families. I grew up with Eileen and spent many fun times with her Gram and Grampy. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time

Liz Gill

Dear Norma, we are very sorry to learn of Toms passing. We so enjoyed your visits and he will be dearly missed.
Warmly, Kris & Melissa

Dear Norma,

So very sorry to read about Tom's death. I know you and Tom were very close and it must be a tremendous loss for you. However, keep in mind that Tom reached out to many people with his humor, kindness and love of life. I well remember Tom as THE catcher for the Spaulding baseball team. He was always there with his enthusiasm and knowledge of the game. Please accept my sincere condolences.

Bob Scagliotti Zephyr Cove NV

Norma and family
I was saddened to read of Tom's passing.
He always me laugh, his cute dry humor was amazing, I will miss him.
His smile lite up a room, his quiet spirit spoke volumes of a dear man.
Sending caring thoughts and love

Dear Norma & Family: please accept our sincere condolences on he loss of your husband Tom. I always enjoyed my conversations with Tom at Bernier Insurance. Cherish your memories. Prayers your way

So sorry to hear of this Norma . My heart goes out to you and your family

Jean and family,so sorry to read of your father's passing.May wonderful memories help you through this difficult time.

Sarah and family,

Sorry to read about the passing of your grandfather and father. I always enjoyed talking with him at Sarah's basketball games. Many times he drove the bus for us. What a great man.

God Bless you all during this time. Remember the good times.

Glenn Cyr