VONDER HAAR, Thomas Lee loving husband and father, passed away on January 1, 2021 at age 85 in Windsor, CA. Thomas was born on March 19, 1935 in Hamilton, OH to Carl and Frances (Baker) Vonder Haar. When he was a teen they moved to St. Petersburg, FL and he graduated from St. Petersburg High School. He attended SPJC then became employed by the City. In 1964 he was employed by Chevron at Port Tampa, FL. In 1981, he was transferred to Concord CA. On May 22, 1965, he married Dorothy Ulstad. They raised two sons, Thomas A. and Jon. He retired after 29 years with Chevron, moved to Benson, MN and became a Corvette enthusiast joining clubs in Minnesota, Florida and California and enjoying cruises, shows, and trips in the USA and abroad. They returned to Windsor, CA in 2005. Thomas is preceded in death by his mother and father. He is survived by his wife, Dottie; his two sons, Thomas A. (Jolynn) and Jon (Tammy); and six grandchildren, Brandon, Dylan, Grant, Morgan, Macy, and Marin; also, a brother, Richard (in Seminole, FL), and many nieces and nephews. The family is planning a private celebration of his life.
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I was so sorry to see that Tom has died. I will remember him fondly from the "old days" when we were much younger and had much younger children. Dottie, I have thought of you both often and know your family and friends will provide the comfort and support you need. Always friends, Sherri Alfieri
Sharran L Alfieri
January 11, 2021
We are deeply saddened to learn of Tom's passing. We have shared so many wonderful times together during your many years in St. Petersburg. May God be with you and your family and know that the love and prayers of of your loving friends surround you. With deepest sympathy, John and Jessie
John and Jessie Dudinsky
January 9, 2021
Grief can be so hard, but your special memories can help you & your family cope. Remembering your loved one today and always. Please except my deepest sympathies.