OBITUARY

Thomas B. Anderson

October 19, 1944August 26, 2010

Thomas B. Anderson -

Of Jackson passed away August 26, 2010 age 65. Survived by his daughters, Rebecca (Mike) Wilson and Michelle (Matt) Webb; one niece, Christine (Jim) Wood; one grandchild, Kelcie Wilson; and several cousins. Preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Ivah; brother, Charles; and nephew, David. Tom retired from Kelsey Hayes (TRW) after 40 years of service, he served in the Army during Vietnam, and enjoyed golfing, swimming, softball, and snowmobiling. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Tuesday, August 31, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. with Pastor Jody Cox officiating. Visitation Monday 4 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Patience-Montgomery Funeral Home 406 First Street Jackson, Michigan 49201 (517) 782-0591

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, August 31, 2010
  • Visitation Monday, August 30, 2010
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Kristie Anderson

November 7, 2010

Rest in Peace Daddy-O. You will be forever missed! I love you!

Laura Tifft

September 9, 2010

To Tom's family,
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Tom was such a good worker and aways seemed to be so up-beat and happy. I remember him working at the gas station when he was laid off from Kelsey-Hayes and then working both jobs when he came back. I worked with Tom for many, many years at Kelsey-Hayes. You will be missed Tom. Walk with God and put in a good word for those of us left behind, OK?

Gary Gillett

August 31, 2010

I met Tom June 24th 1996. I was fresh out of high school and new to the "real world". Tom helped me learn the ropes of factory life and became a great co worker and an even greater friend. Tom always had something funny to say, and when i was feeling a little down I'd go talk to Tom for a few minutes. He had a positive outlook on life that seemed to make things seem so simple. My heart goes out to Tom's family, and friends. The last time i saw Tom he gave me a hug and Said "I love ya brother" Tom, I love you brother, May you rest in peace. You will be missed dearly by many.

M Hall

August 31, 2010

I worked with Tom also at Kelsey Hayes the day went by quickly when you was on his line I miss getting donk in the head with a rubber plug off a brake caliper & seeing Old Tom sneaking away. we shared many a laugh & I will miss this good man

This world is not conclusion; A sequel stands beyond, Invisible, as music, But positive, as sound. It beckons and it baffles; Philosophies don’t know, And through a riddle, at the last, Sagacity must go

Fly freebird your free at last we will remember you

~Mick Hall~

Jim Henley

August 31, 2010

Becky and Shelly,

We are very sorry for loss. You have our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jim Henley Jr, Andrea and Emma

Andy Nastally

August 31, 2010

I always loved your stories you'd tell of the old timers at TRW. Truly enjoyed sharing lunch with you all those years at work. And playing hookie to go to Mt. Pleasant. Wish we could have hung out more after they had closed.

August 31, 2010

Tom will be greatly missed, I for one loved his sense of humor, and his smile. I enjoyed the coffee and the time shared over the last 4 years. My heart goes out to the family that survives. May you all have and keep pleasant memories, I know I will. Warmly Charlene Hobbs

Cyndie Moody

August 30, 2010

Thoughts, hugs, and prayers are with you all . I remember Tom said that when he hit that lotto he and I were going on a cruise... well Tom you got to go on the most devine cruise ever, I bet its beautiful there sweetie. RIP my friend...

Michelle Wahtola

August 30, 2010

We love you a "tootsie roll and a million". Our deepest sympathies to Becky, Mike, Kelcie, Shelly, Matt & Sandy. The Wahtola's

August 30, 2010