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Tom, a cousin to many, enjoyed visiting with family in Texas and Oklahoma. He rarely missed a reunion, a birthday, any excuse to see each other, and hosted family at his home for holiday dinners. He leaves behind a legacy of service, empowering the skills of his students, and memories with treasured family, friends and colleagues.
Fortunately, I got to tell him that many a time. As an only child, I count him as part of my family. I will sorely miss him, his humor, and continuous new adventures. I deeply believe that he was continuously embraced the whole of his life by a Loving, truly loving, creating God, who was with him till the end and surrounds him now with unending Grace. May you all find those moments when you sense that as well. What a legacy! What a privilege to know him!
Phil Young Upstate New York since , but the red clay still runs in my veins. PS: Please give me a call at Tommy was my Junior High art teacher at Jarmon and had the greatest impact on me professionally and personally as I eventually became a college professor of art for 38 years, retiring 6 years ago. I took private lessons with him from 9th grade till I graduated from Midwest City HS in , went on a trip to Taos, and kept in touch ever since.
Each time I was in Oklahoma we got together and spent many a great time together, talking about the wide range of his and my interests, commitments, artistically, politically, family, etc. We exchanged Christmas cards, each time with one of his signature designs accompanied by his yearly update, often with pictures and tidbits of very special stories, usually sprinkled with humor, sometime self-directed.
Last time we saw each other was around the funeral of my Mom in , followed by another visit to his home, a kind of outdoor installation of his newly acquired flowers and inside full of a rich conglomerate of old and new art work, his Santas, works of former students and newly acquired objects from his wide range of interests. As you know, he loved his family and friends so very much, and I always felt part of it. This indelible cord between us was so special that the phone, more than email, was our primary conduit.
The last we spoke was about a month ago and about now was time to reconnect again. He always asked about my family, all of whom knew him, and visited him with me. He was always nice and when I created a horrible?
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I still have it. Only thing I ever created like that. I believe I was in his class when news came that President Kennedy had been shot. In sorrow, we mourn his lost. In gratitude,we embrace those around us and in sympathy,we reach out to those who grieve. Let us all hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on our friends and family for strength and honor, always, the beautiful soul that he was. Mirjam and Daniel netherlands 22 mars I cannot believe it. Tears are Rolling down my cheecks, Whan I read the message.
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All I can say is, that can't even imagene how yor are feeling. But what I do want you do know it that, Your Soulmate our dearest Tom has painted our lives with bright colours. And has left a forgetting image, of love,respect and all the food stuff in live. We are so sad, tis is heartbreaking news. Tom was such a beautiful person, it seems unfair to lose him so early in life. We send out love to you, your son and all your families.
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Let us know if there is anything we can do. We look forward to seeing you again and honor is memory. He will not be forgotten. Franca and Jonathan, it is with sadness that we learned about Tommy, who left us with his memorable smile. May our sympathy help to comfort you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rob Jackson and Pascale 20 mars My Dearest Sister in law Franca and sweet tender nephew Johnathan and Sparky too, Our very deepest sympathies and compassion for the loss of our loving Tom.
May you Dance among the Stars and Paint your Dreams upon the sky. Travel Light and Painless through your many new journeys to come, and when I look towards the open skys I shall see you smiling down upon us all. I wish all the family my sympathies.