Thomas J. Allen

November 21, 1940August 9, 2010

Arrangements under the direction of Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery 7080, Cape Coral, FL.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 14, 2010

Thomas J. Allen

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September 1, 2010

Dear Sandy, I just heard about Tom today. I am so sorry I didn't know about his passing or I would have been there. I will always remember Tom with fond memories and for his beautiful paintings and soapstones. We will truly miss him. Again you are in our thoughts and prayers. Linda Wildman

Edwina Kreps

August 31, 2010

Tom and Jim were in my class at Amherst Regional High School,1960, in Amherst, Mass. My maiden name was Allen, but as far as I know we were not related. He and Jim always had big smiles and were very friendly. I'm happy that he did so well in life, and that he loved nature and life. I and my family loved nature also. God Bless all of you as you learn to live without Tom.


August 22, 2010

August 22, 2010

Sandy, I can not imagine the family's sorrow at Tom's passing. He was such a unique person, his love of God's creation shining thru even in his illness. I will always remember him and tell others of his labors to sustain beauty in this world. I wish I could tell him I had five Monarchs in my garden this afternoon
I will hold you in my prayers.
Stella D.

Rochelle Spilde

August 18, 2010

I didn't know Tom very well, it was strange but I knew from the moment I met him that he was a good man ...Tom you will be the shining star that watches over us and gives us the inspiration to ensure your work contunues. Your family will be forever surrounded by all the good work you have done and the beautiful memories you have created. God Bless Tom, may you Rest in Peace

Joe mcGann

August 16, 2010

Tom and I were friends in Barrington, I guess it must have been late elementary or early Jr High, not sure exactly when, but I do remember him yelling at me once to be my own man when I caved in to "the crowd" on something on the playground at L.R. Peck School. Obviously, I never forgot it. He was a great guy and certainly had a sense of being his own person at quite a young age. My sympathies to his family. What an interesting, fullfilling life he must have had.

alessia leathers

August 16, 2010

Tom was really a renaissance man. He was a painter, wood carver, and photographer as well as a biologist, naturalist, professor, and rescuer (of animals and people), who combined perfectly his left with his right brain, but also his hands with his heart. See you around, Tom, in the butterflies and all wildlife that surround us. Also, in the job we have to continue as part of your legacy. Alessia Leathers