Thomas W. Neal
Thomas W. Neal, 73, of Hampstead, MD passed away Tuesday, January 11, 2022. He was the loving husband of the late Alberta "Snooks" (Perry) Neal. Born in York, PA he was a son of the late Edgar P. "Butch" Neal and Earline N. (Wertz) Neal. Tom worked as a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for 16 years with Potts & Callahan, Inc and was a member of the local #37 IUOM, Baltimore and was a member of the Church of the Open Door in Westminster, MD. He enjoyed playing bluegrass music and was in a bluegrass band named Blue Stone. Tom is survived by his daughter Stephanie M., wife of Jay Stickles of Glenville, PA; four grandchildren Kyle and wife Sabrina, Savannah, Tyler and Emma; two great-grandsons Blake and Bobby Stickles and two brothers Paul Neal and wife Nancy and James M. Neal and wife Carole. He was preceded in death by a daughter Brenda K. Neal and infant brother Edgar C. Neal. Graveside services will be held Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 3PM from St. Paul's Cemetery, 5010 St. Paul's Rd., Millers, MD 21102. In lieu of flowers contribution may be made to Autism Speaks, https://www.autismspeaks.org/
Published by Carroll County Times on Jan. 16, 2022.
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Rest easy Tom. I´m sure you´ll be able to find some bluegrass pickers to hang with in heaven.
Gary Perry
Family
January 20, 2022
Deepest sympathy to the Neal family upon the recent passing of Tom Neal. He was party of my HHS '66 class and I remember him performing when I was a teenager, and was tickled that he had wide acclaim for his banjo talents. He frequently joined our Classmate Lunches and we will miss him taking a place at the table in fellowship with us.
Linda Armacost
School
January 19, 2022
I met Mr. Neal at one of his doctor's offices a few years ago. Everytime he saw me he called me 'cousin'. We obviously were not related but it definitely felt like we had a kinship. We would talk about genealogy and bluegrass music. Rest easy Mr Neal.
J.I.
Friend
January 17, 2022
Tommy and his family were a part of our childhood growing up in Freeland. Like a kinship in a way. He always was kind, considerate and if asked, would probably do anything for you. When I threw a "This is your life " 50th birthday party for myself, I asked if he'd come and play his banjo for us. Of course he did and made the day that much more special for everyone. I figure he's got a bunch of relatives playing alongside him now with an ancestral choir to boot. We extend our sympathy to his family and friends. Terry, Dennis and Joyce Wolfe
The Wolfe family
Friend
January 17, 2022
Dear Tyler and Stephanie,we loved dear Tom for many years and know he had suffered so in recent years , we know he will be dearly missed, but know that He is rejoicing with his Saviour and has a whole new body!
marilyn riecke
Friend
January 16, 2022
Love you and miss you dad now you are will mom and Brenda
Barbara Jean miller
Family
January 16, 2022
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