Condolence From: Helen Nevitt and daughters Jennifer, Amy, Rachel, and Rebecca
Condolence: Remembering his loving, kind, generous, and playful soul, Tom will forever remain in our hearts. May he be greeted by all the light and love of those who have gone before him, as he truly deserves. Please accept our sincere condolences.
Condolence: To Mary and family, my sincere prayers and sympathy.
In working with Tom, I met a devoted family man, proud of each and every one of this children. You could almost see his heart pound out of his chest when he mentioned his Mary and his children.
I do not think I have or ever will meet a man so decent, kind, intelligent and a great teacher.
I will always think and remember my old boss fondly.
Condolence: How wonderful our memories are of the visits and sweet times we had together. Such abundant hospitality and fun trips to places we never would have known about. That day we spent at the Owl Auto Museum and that impromptu ride in the old LaSalle convertible and lunch afterward at the Rockport cafe as well as the times at the dock having lobster rolls. But mostly the quiet mornings over coffee and laughs. How blessed is your family to have had such a kind and loving husband Father and grandfather.
Condolence: My deepest sympathies. I have some very found memories of Tom and Mary the few times I visited Maine. Tom was a fun and loving person that always made me feel like family even the few times I visited Maine. He always had a fun story to share about my dad. I know he has left everyone with many great memories. I hope these memories will help you through these difficult days. Love to all.