Tom, Jodi, Erika and T.J., I am so sorry to here about Grandpa Tom. I’m sure you all are really numb right now, but as the time passes may you all fine comfort in the memories you hold in your hearts and as you remember, may those memories bring a smile to replace your tears. Send prays and lots of love!
Nancy and I wish to honor a wonderful man who was so kind and generous. Tom helped us find our first boat and he taught me just about everything I know about boating. I'll never forget Tom's rule #1. "If you don't know, go slow."
We will miss our "Captain" and dear friend. We will always cherish our memories of time spent together with Tom and Joyce. We will never forget him.
We could always count on Tom for a helping hand. One call and he'd come right over with tools in hand. We enjoyed going out on the boat with him and saw how much he loved being on the ocean. He always had a smile on his face. We'll miss you, Uncle Tom. RIP
In memory of a remarkable man doing what he loved! Our lives are all richer for knowing him, and he will be missed. Sincere condolences to the entire family. Joyce - you have been a remarkable wife! I know how much this hurts. Keep the good memories fresh in your mind. He will always walk beside you.
Miss you already God bless and keep you
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
In memory of Thomas "Tom" M. Mack II, Kevin Doe lit a candle
My thoughts and prayers are with you Laura~
In memory of Thomas "Tom" M. Mack II, Buddy Slentz lit a candle
Deepest sympathy for the family of Tom..... one of the nicest and kindest guys in the class of 1965 of Springfield High! ❤️
Stuttgart, September 2020
The Tom we knew and loved for many years was an original “straight shooter”!
When he promised something - you could take it to the bank.
You didn´t need a lawyer or a tape recording.
Tom understood and lived those quaint old-fashioned values of honor and integrity.
Speaking of words: Some of his sayings became part of our family vocabulary - especially two:
“You can´t should have done!” and
“You’re looking for no place to park!”
For Tom; problems existed only to be solved - with his wonderful pragmatism, his sound intelligence, his ability to think outside the box, his inborn optimism and good humor. Or failing all of that; with scary physical strength, a hammer and some duct tape.
We are deeply thankful to have met and known him!
We will never forget him and always love him!
Very glad to have had such a wonderful friend.
Very sad that it wasn’t for longer.
Stu & M-C.
Joyce, I am so sorry for your loss. There was never a dull moment with Tom! We have numerous, great memories with him. With condolences, John.
Our Captain, our mentor, our friend... Tom, you will be missed!
Heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.