Thomas E. Alcox
5 December, 1930 – 23 December, 2019
Thomas E. Alcox, 89 of Independence died Monday, December 23, 2019 at John Knox Village Hospice House. Mass of Christian Burial will be 9:30 am Monday, December 30, 2019 at Redemptorist Fathers Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Visitation will be from 9-9:30 am at the church. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Kansas City, MO.
Tom was born December 5, 1930 in Virginia Beach, VA to James and Lucy (Whitehurst) Alcox. Tom enlisted in the Merchant Marines at the end of WWII under The Marshall Plan and serviced for 15 years. Upon discharge, Tom met Catherine Geary and moved to her hometown of Kansas City, Mo where they were married June 10, 1961. She preceded him in death July 6, 2003. Tom worked a few jobs before becoming an airline mechanic for TWA for 28 years, retiring in 1992. He was a proud fan of the Kansas City Royals and Chiefs.
In addition to his wife Catherine, Tom was preceded in death by his brother. Tom is survived by his son, Dr. Thomas Alcox, his wife Michelle, and their children, Kaitlin Alcox and Brett Alcox.
- Visitation Monday, 30 December , 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 30 December , 2019
Thomas E. Alcox
December 28, 2019
To Dr. Alcox and family,
Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. Sending thoughts and prayers.
December 27, 2019
To Dr. Alcox and Family:
At this time of deep loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God bless you and strengthen you.
Michael and Virginia Hill
JAMES & ROSE JOHNSON
December 26, 2019
Dear Dr. Alcox and Family,
At a time when words are hard to find, just want all of you to know that our love, thoughts and prayers are being sent to you.
May God strengthen your hearts with His love and peace.
With our Deepest Sympathy,
Jim and Rose Johnson
December 25, 2019
I had the privilege of working with Tom for over ten years at TWA. He was my mentor and great friend. We have met for breakfast regularly since he retired. I enjoyed listening to the adventures he had while serving in the merchant marines. He was extremely proud of his family and talked often of them. I will miss him.