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Discussion in 'Beyond the Great Divide' started by Zonie, Nov 1, 2019.
I received this message from Tom's wife and felt that I should publish it here.
Rest In Peace Tom.
Tom was only a member here for a short time, but he came across as someone you knew for a long time. Glad we had the opportunity to meet him and that the forum community brought him pleasure.
Rest In Peace Tom.
Sad news indeed, really sorry to hear this. Let's hope this forum brought at least a little pleasure.
Wow, you just never know. I'm glad Tom found the Forum and enjoyed it before he passed, and I hope he is in a beautiful world in the hereafter, where the quality of eternal life is spiced with good friends, and lots of black powder smoke! Best wishes Tom, and may your family be blessed, 'til we meet again, George.
I’m sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. I only knew him here, but he came across as a good guy. We will miss him.
Like others, I only knew him for a short while, but enjoyed his posts and perspective... he’ll be missed here and please pass along my condolences to his loved ones.
Like most here, I knew Tom only through his posts. I bought a powder horn from Tom, and he was one of the good guys.
As we all grow older, we think more of what it all has meant. To be respected seems to be high on the list as that represents a person and their core values. I respected Tom, he was the gentleman we would all hope to be.
Rest in Peace Tom, see you in a few years as we start our next life.
I'm sorry to hear of his passing. I had bought a few items from Tom and had some limited correspondence with him. An honest and decent person.
RIP Mr. Tom really sad news.
Wow, seems like I just read a post of his.
May he rest in peace in a place where the powder is always dry, flints never dull, one never dryballs, and the wind is always in one's favor.
Below is a link to Toms obituary with a very nice photo album of him, I’m sure he’ll be greatly missed by all that knew him, condolences to the family.
Condolences to his family.
Well I’ll remember him when I use the little cook pot and pan I bought from him.
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