H. THOMAS, May 1, 2010, age 77, of East Nantmeal Township, PA. Illustrator/Fine Artist. Devoted husband of 53 years to H. Janet (nee Scott), loving father to Thomas R. (Pamela), Steven J. (Alice), D. Lance (Delinda), also survived by two brothers; Lawrence and Christopher Hall, one sister; Marianne Sabadish, two grandchildren; Dilys and Brody. Mr. Hall's life will be celebrated at a time and location to be determined at a later date. Memorial gifts may be made to the Historic Yellow Springs, P.O. Box 62, Chester Springs, PA 19425 or to the charity of one's choice. Additional information and condolences may be made online at:


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Published by Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News on May 3, 2010.
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Uncle Tom always had a smile on his face. I truly believe he was a happy person content with his life. I can close my eyes and picture him in his studio smoking his pipe. What a heavenly smell it was! I will treasure the memories I have spending time with Aunt Jan and Uncle Tom, Tom, Steve, and Lance. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
With Love,
Betsy Mitchell
May 5, 2010
I would only see Tom at the artist receptions at the Yellow Springs Art Shows. Some years we had long artisy conversations others not so much but Tom was always so gracious and kind, he would blush when ever I would tell him that he was the only truely professional artist in the show.Tom often invited me to his house but I was foolish and never took the time to go.
I recently moved out of the country and now settled,was just today looking up old friends and aquaintences,I dearly wanted to e-mail Tom but I only had an old busines card, so on google I found Toms bio then his Oct. show,his e-mail,then this obituary. I am so sorry for your loss an the art worlds.
Jack R Kaiser
May 3, 2010
Tom will be deeply missed but his spirit will always be with us through his imaginative paintings and illustrations.
Maureen's Gallery
May 3, 2010
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