Tom Jondahl

Ukiah, California

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So sorry to hear of your loss. I was friends with Terri when you lived in Orland, CA. I had been thinking about you & put your dads name online to search. All of the olive trees we helped your dad plant are all gone & so are the almond trees.
Patti Volz Ball

my heart goes out to the family and friends of Mr. are in my thoughts and prayers. Laurie Koski Fort Bragg

I am your dads first cousin from superior wi I have many childhood memories when we visited west I still fondly remember whenyourgrandfather visited with auntie marge my prayers are with you patty villier ryan

Tom, Terri, Tammi, Joannie and family,
I really loved your dad and Blake so loved his "Pappa". He had such a wonderful sense of humor. He will truly be missed. God bless you all.

We will miss a great friend. Tom, to us was among other things was a travel companion along with Becky. He was also a fellow Law Enforcement Officer, as well as my boss for several years. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him. God Bless his family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Unfortunatly we will be unable to attend his memorial, but we are reflecting on him and his friendship

So many memories, a wonderful friend, Tom is truely missed. The thought of his big hugs brings a smile to my heart. Many thought and prayers to the Jondahl family.

Tom was a good friend of my oldest brother (now deceased) Leon and his mother worked with my mother and I knew the whole Jondahl family and was best friends with his sister Jerry. There are so many memories - working with and for him and our clam digging group and him and Becky's cat Jarvis missing when it was time to head home - so as a result some of the group got caught behind the mudslide up by Laytonville - such fun times. RIP friend and my thoughts and prayers are with the family. ...

We will miss Uncle Tommy very much. We always enjoyed his company and the visits we had together. When I first met him he teased me Unmercifully. I realized that he was welcoming me to the family. And I very quickly learned to give it back to him. But it will be the moments that we spent together just talking about life and those that we loved, while sitting on the front porch drinking our morning coffee that I will remember most. He will be missed.

Sorry to read of your loss. Reading the Bible at this difficult time brings comfort to all as Isaiah 61:2 tells us.May you find this comfort from God. You are in my thoughts.


Tom's Obituaries

Tom Jondahl, retired Sheriff of Mendocino County, died on September 22, after a valiant battle against lung cancer over a period of nearly two years. Tom was a man of integrity; a great fun-lover (and practical joker), but also a serious and conscientious man. He was a proud law enforcement...

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