Condolence: To all, I am saddened by your loss. Whenever I reflect on times past, I recall him barking at the dog as the dog barked at us. "Oh, ???, dry up!" I think your dad had just returned us from the M.S. swimming pool.
I visit a Veterans Memorial each year. This year I have another fallen comrade to remember.
Condolence: I can still picture Tom walking into my dad's shop after the war with his officers uniform on looking for work.I had the privelege of working with Tom in my dad's business and quickly realized that this was a man of character from whom I could learn. I know his family will miss him but we can all take heart in knowing that we had the opportunity and blessing to know such a man. He was truly one of the members of the "Greatest Generation" about whom Tom Broakaw wrote. My deepest sympathies to the family.
Condolence: MY DEAREST AUNT NORMA,LANA & DEBBIE,
UNCLE TOM WAS MY FAVORITE UNCLE & I LOVED HIM SO VERY MUCH! I HAVE SO MANY FOND MEMORIES THAT I WILL HOLD CLOSE & DEAR TO MY HEART. WHAT GIVES ME THE MOST COMFORT IS KNOWING THAT HE IS IN PEACE WITH JESUS, HIS MOTHER, BROTHER AND LITTLE SISTER NOW. HE WAS A TRUE HERO TO US ALL! ALL OF MY THOUGHTS & PRAYERS GO OUT TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU. I LOVE YOU ALL SO VERY MUCH! YOUR NEICE & COUSIN TERRI LEE