Lowell "Tom " Thomas

July 10, 1942June 21, 2019

Lowell “Tom” Thomas, 76 of Longwood, FL passed away on June 21, 2019. He was born in Herrin, IL on July 10, 1942. Tom worked for many years in Data Processing before ultimately retiring from the United States Postal Service as a Letter Carrier in Apopka after 12 years of service. He also served his country proudly in the United States Navy, where he met his wife, Jennifer. He was an active member of the Shriners for many years where he enjoyed volunteering his time with the children and Sam the camel. Tom was an avid bridge player, playing twice a week after retiring, and more if he could find a game. He also loved to garden and loved his four-legged “children and grandchildren.” Tom is survived by his beloved wife of 53 years, Jennifer; his daughters: Tanya Thomas and Rhiannon Thomas, and by extended family members and many friends.

A Celebration of Tom’s Life will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Comforter in memory of Tom.

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Lowell "Tom " Thomas

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Jody Haiduck

June 29, 2019

I haven't spent time with Tom lately. I met him about 30 years ago or so when his daughter Tanya and I became fast friends.
He was always welcoming, interesting and talkative.
I loved his sense of humor and his mischievous smile.
My favorite memories of him are watching TV with him and Tanya back in the day. Tom was more entertaining than the show as I had never met anyone before that could give such opinionated running commentaries on every show. So Funny! My favorite was watching a beauty pageant with him as he critiqued every contestant.
This man was a hoot!
I see his wonderful sense of humor passed down in his daughter, my dear friend.
I have known this family for many years and even though I haven't spent time with Tom recently, I will Always remember him fondly and count myself Lucky to have known him and remained close with his Dear Family.