Bisch & Son Funeral Home

505 East Allen, Springfield, IL


Thomas Theron LeVeque Jr.

26 juin , 194824 mai , 2019

Thomas T. LeVeque Jr., 70, a resident of Aperion Care in Springfield passed away at St. John’s Hospital on May 24, 2019. He was born on June 26, 1948, the son of Theron T. LeVeque and Marguerite M. LeVeque (nee) Dunham.

Thomas was a lifelong resident of Springfield, IL. He was a graduate of the last senior class at Feitshans High School in 1966. In 1971 he earned a Bachelor of Arts & Science Degree from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL majoring in Spanish and he was a proud member of the Marching Saluki Band playing baritone horn. Thomas was proficient on trumpet and percussion (drums). He enjoyed participating in karaoke singing songs from the 50’s and 60’s. Music gave him so much joy in his everyday life. He was a devout Christian and enjoyed the fellowship and comfort he received at the First Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Springfield.

Thomas is survived by his loving family: Carolyn LeVeque Moon, sister, Punta Gorda, FL; two nephews, Russell Moon(Lori) Dover, PA; Colin Moon St. Petersburg, FL; niece, Sara Marie Moon, Dover, PA; aunt, Dottie LeVeque, Springfield, IL and several cousins.

Memorial services will be held at Camp Butler National Cemetery on Thursday June 20, 2019 at 11:00 am. Family and friends are invited to attend. In lieu of flowers a memorial contribution may be made to the First Christian Church Disciples of Christ 700 South 6th St. Springfield, IL. 62703.

Bisch Funeral Homes is in charge of arrangements.


  • Memorial Service jeudi, 20 juin , 2019


Thomas Theron LeVeque Jr.


Martha Doyle

17 juin , 2019

I was acquainted with Tom in high school and have fond memories of those days. We became reacquainted after I started attending First Christian Church in 1988. It was always a pleasure to see Tom on Sunday mornings. His knowledge of the Bible was astounding! I will miss him. He faced his difficulties with courage, and I know he has found peace in the loving presence of our Lord.

Gary & Karen Stone

10 juin , 2019

I met Tom at FCC about four years ago. He was a wonderful person and I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Although we often spoke just before/after church service, I never knew much about him. As I read his obituary, I realized I lost a great opportunity to learn more about someone who had done so much. Without any doubt, he will hear the Master say, "Well done, good and faithful servant." Well done, indeed. Rest in peace, Tom.

Marlene (Stone) Robinson

10 juin , 2019

To you and your family I send my deep condolences. Tom was indeed a pleasure! What a joy it was when he was able to be in services at FCC. Yesterday when announcing Tom's passing, Rev. Rick spoke of his high regard for Tom and Tom's in depth knowledge of the Word and his faithful relationship with our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Perhaps I will see you at his services.
God bless,