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Thomas P. Tennant

Woodburn, Oregon

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Thomas P. Tennant February 20, 1957 - December 12, 2008 WOODBURN - Captain Tom Tennant, age 51, was killed in the line of duty on December 12, 2008. Tom was born in Prineville, Oregon. He was the oldest of four children born to Paul & Florence Tennant. He graduated from Sprague High School...

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I was so sorry that this happened and to lose a wonderful light in our community is more than tragic.

My heart goes out to the family. I pray that you are able to heal completely. God be with you.

All in the Law Enforcement Community suffer this great loss. Our prayers are with the families, both personal and professional.

Know that you are surrounded by love and support from your friends. Tom will never be forgotten, will live forever in our hearts and with our Lord.

I went to school with Tom, and like so many others, have never forgotten the kind, friendly person I knew as I grew up. He will be forever in my heart. My prayers to all his family and all the people whose lives he has touched. May the differences he made in this world bring you peace.

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Dear Tennant Family,
I met Tom last year through his work with Woodburn Relay for Life. What a generous, kind man. I did not know he was a Police Officer until last Friday.

My heart aches for you as you attempt to process your loss. I pray that God provides you with a peace beyond all understanding.

Cindi Naber

Thank you Capt. Tennant for all the great service you provided our community. To the Tennant Family, thank you or your sacrafices these many years. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

To Protect and Serve; Capt. Tom Tennant will be missed in the emergency management arena; My heart goes out to Tom's family, friends, co-workers, and all the ones who will come after and never have the opportunity & honor of working with this fine man. Please accept my sincere condolences.

My deepest sympathy and prayers.