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Thomas Earnest Sironen

Mentor-on-the-Lake, Ohio

Aug 16, 1937 – Jan 22, 2015 (Age 77)

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Thomas Earnest Sironen, age 77, was at home, with his family, in Mentor-on-the-Lake when he passed away Thursday, January 22, 2015. He was born to Angeline (nee Kroflic) and Walter Sironen on August 16, 1937, in Geneva. Tom had been a Merchant Marine on the Great Lakes. He then worked at...

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May God be with you,rest in peace Tom,Hugs and kisses to the family and God be with each and everyone of you and comfort you. Geri Allen,Art Mason,Geri Cole,Tammy Washington

I miss you so much

I only knew Mr Tom for a short while, but I found him to be a great man, I appreciated his time, help ,& wisdom. My love and prayers to his family.

Tom was a true friend and humanitarian... he was a kind, thoughtful, giving, and very caring person. He will be missed. May God receive him into his kingdom.

I met Tom years ago when I was a golf caddy at Madison CC and he was the "caddy master". He has had many jobs since then and remained a very good and friendly person. RIP Tom and may God bless you and your family.

My sincerest of condolences to Tom's family. I got to know Tom fairly well through the past 8-10 years and of his battles with his health. He was a great man and fought a great fight. He always had a positive outlook and it was always a pleasure to see him. He will be missed by many. RIP Tom.

John I am so sorry to hear the loss of your father he will be missed dearly,but always remember he was a great friend to many others that are in Heaven now waiting for him and one I know is my father Hartsel Simons his good buddy from Faith Baptist Church. What a glorius day they will have playing the guitar and singing! No more pain and I sure will miss not seeing him come in at Home Depot I will miss him. God Bless You and you will be in my prayers always.

I only knew of Tom from our weekly dinners night out with the boys. Tom had a caring heart for others and always wanted to help someone else feel better. He will be missed.

John,
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. If there is anything that we can do please feel free to give us a call.

Love,
Joe and Mary