Thomas-Hydrick-Obituary

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Thomas Emanuel Hydrick Jr.

Johns Island, South Carolina

Jun 13, 1944 – Mar 5, 2018 (Age 73)

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Thomas Emanuel Hydrick, Jr., 73, of Johns Island, South Carolina, husband of Brenda Scherf Hydrick entered into eternal rest Monday, March 5, 2018. His Funeral Service will be held Saturday, March 10, 2018 in J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Downtown Chapel, 232 Calhoun Street at 2:00 p.m. The family will...

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Thank you so much for honoring Thomas by asking for donations in his name. I am the Director of Community Engagement for the Charleston Animal society and your choice will leave a legacy of hope for homeless animals. I am so deeply sorry for you loss but hope you find some comfort in knowing that animals will be helped by your choice. thank you. Kay

I was sorry to hear about Tommy. I met him in the late 1960's and he was a good friend of Ray Waites. He worked for Ray's father and uncle who were in the automobile business.

Dear Brenda,sorry I was not able to be there on Sat. My thoughts have been with you. God Bless!!

Brenda,

I am so sorry to hear about Tommy. I regret that I missed his service, but I did not see his obituary in the paper until tonight. You are in my thoughts, and I hope your memories will be comforting.

Cathey Hutto

Brenda I am sorry to hear about Tommy. My heart goes out to you and the family.

Dear Brenda and family,I send my most heartfelt sympathy.Tommy was so fun to be around.Always smiling and laughing.May the love and comfort of our Lord be with you all through this sad time.much love Linda Wertan

I met Tommy while working at James Oldsmobile in Charleston SC back in the 70's It was my pleasure to have known him and worked with him. He was an individual that you enjoyed associating with and was fun to be around You definitely knew when Tommy was in the room He lit it up God broke the mold when he created Tommy He was one of a kind
To the family Of Tom
I have never met you
Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one I know he will be sorely...

Nanette and I send our thoughts and prayers to all of you. We have known Tommy through the years, sharing laughs at the Rifle Club and Elks. Peace be to Tommy.
Tom & Nanette

Remember Tommy well at Charleston High. One of the truly good guys!