Craciun Berry Funeral Home

7200 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH


Thomas A. Spinazzola

March 26, 1962January 13, 2020

Thomas Anthony Spinazzola Age 57, beloved son of the late John and Margaret Jane (De Gennaro) Spinazzola. Dearest brother of Karen A. (David H. Bowen) Spinazzola (Bowen). A loving nephew, cousin and friend of many. Tom passed away unexpectedly at his home after battling a long illness with Polycystic Kidney Disease, Diabetes, and Heart Disease. Tom was well known as a Master in Automotive Production Parts. As the team Conductor, he was awarded Top Salesman for multiple years. He was loved by so many for his infectious and funny personality, witty humor, warm heart, and as a fabulous musician. His passion was playing the drums. Tom will be truly missed. Heaven gained and angel. Services will be private with burial at All Souls Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation, PKD Foundation 1001 East 101 Terrace Suite 220, Kansas City, MO 64131. Please include note in Thomas A. Spinazzola memory. Or web site pkdcure.org. Arrangements by Craciun Berry Funeral Home. For online condolences visit www.craciunberryfuneralhome.com .


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Russell Hominger

January 20, 2020

Glad we got to catch-up a few years back keep the tempo going in Heaven till the rythum gets there till we meet again R.I.P. Lov Ya Buddy

Kevin Rabeau

January 18, 2020

Such a great soul always had something funny to say to cheer everyone up. Such a good friend to me and love my kids like they were his own. I will miss our conversation in front of the fire. You will be greatly missed my friend by so many!

Robert Buchan

January 18, 2020

Spin, you were the drummer in my first band, playing in your garage. From then on, you were a lifelong friend. You were a "full tilt boogie man" until the end. You will be missed greatly.

Michael Milicia Milicia

January 18, 2020

I miss you Spin. I hear the rooms are bigger and the drums are louder up there. So hit 'em hard and play on my friend.

Mark LeBlanc

January 16, 2020

I’ve knew Tom for the past 20 years or so. We worked together and remained friend after I left the company for 15 years. I spoke to him a few days before he passed. He was still the same Tom - funny, great spirts and you would never know he was sick. What a great guy.

Michael Todaro

January 16, 2020

My condolences to Tom's family . Did work for Tom . Always made me laugh alot . Godspeed Tommy

Joe Blatnik

January 15, 2020

Grew up down the street from Tom.
We were also in band together. Both
drummers. My condolences to Karen
and to Tom's extended family.

Joe Blatnik