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Thomas Edward Scaffe

Charleston, South Carolina

Jan 13, 1949 – Dec 27, 2017


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Tommy was my first cousin and a fellow Viet Nam veteran. My prayers for his Wife Teresa and Family. May he Rest In Peace.

Teresa, Toby, Kristen .... I wanted to tell you again how sorry I am that "Uncle Tommy" passed away. One of the most caring and loving person that I have met. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

Teresa please know you and your family are in our prayers.Nancy& Tubby Rowland

Theresa, Toby, Kristen...Mrs. Gilg and very sorry to hear of Tommys passing. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers even though I cant be there tomorrow to say it in person. Love you all.
Carol (Friend) Kobleur

I am so sorry to hear Tom has past away....I will miss him....after all these years on dialysis with him..He never complained...what a man..

To Teresa, Toby, Kristen, Anna and Greg...Prayers to all of you. I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Tommy, we all remember him so warmly. My heart goes out to all of you. God bless you all. Linda Ridgeway Rumph

Dear Teresa and family,
It's been a very long time since we have seen each other, Teresa. Linda Jensen here
Thinking of you and Tommy and your family. Although we were all in BE together, I did not get to know Tommy well. I did suspect he had a good sense of humor though and seems this is reflected in some notes to you. But, I do know you and your Sassy Sister, Sissy from X-ray work.
You have always impressed me for your sweet demeanor, kindness and even your quick ability to...

Our sincere condolences go out to the Scaffe and Parris Family. Our prayers and love are with you. We are so sorry for your loss. We love you so much!

Big Tom was an amazing man and an inspiration in my husband and I's life. He loved his family so much especially his wife, children, and grandchildren. He always made people feel special. He was so intelligent, funny, caring, loving, and always on time with his jokes. No matter how bad he was suffering from his health issues, he always wanted to know what we have been doing. He was a selfless man. We feel honored to have known him all these years and been a part of his "family". God...