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Crouse-Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

225 North Main Street, Johnstown, OH

OBITUARY

Tommy Evert Hay

January 22, 1948December 26, 2019
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Tommy Evert Hay, 71, of Alexandria, passed away on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at McNaughten Pointe. He was born on January 22, 1948 in Oklahoma, a son to the late Garnet and Imogene Hay. Tommy is a member of the Amvets Post 1776. He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Beverly; sons, Mark (Amy) and Steven (Jennifer); grandchildren, Taylor, Jordan, Rachel and Damon; sister, Barb Bailey and nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he is also preceded in death by his siblings, Sharon and Kenneth. Friends may call from 1-3 and 5-7 on Friday, January 3, 2019 at CROUSE-KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME, 225 N. Main St., Johnstown, OH 43031. Honoring the family’s wishes, following visitation hours cremation will take place. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Northridge High School, 6066 Johnstown Utica Rd., Johnstown, OH 43031 in Tommy’s memory.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 3, 2020
  • Visitation Friday, January 3, 2020

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Rosie Rambo

January 10, 2020

To Bev - I just heard about Tom, I am so sorry. He was a great guy and my “partner in crime” when we were at Alexandria, could not have made it thru without him. Know that you and your family are in my prayers.

Brad Newkirk

January 4, 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to you Beverly, Mark and Steve (and family) with the loss of such a GOOD MAN in Mr. Hay. He was a large part of my life growing up in Alexandria, as was your family. I am truly saddened to hear the world lost someone as caring and patient as Tom Hay was in my life and I'm sure, in many others. As many do, I wish now I could tell him that in person.

Mr. Hay - Thank you for being in my life!!!!

Robert Hunt

January 3, 2020

To a Great and Caring uncle, you will truly be missed here but I know that You are Truly Welcomed into the life of Above overlooking all of us you left behind. And one day we will all meet again.

Phyllis Carter

December 29, 2019

Bev and family, We are so sorry to hear about Tom. he was a good friend to my husband and me. The memories of working with him at Alex school are so wonderful. Tom made me laugh, he could be so funny. His help to me in the kitchen was great, all I had to do was ask and he would lift the heavy pans for me. In fact he just knew and was there to help. The way he could do math amazed me, he was good at it. We will be unable to attend the calling hours as we now live in North Carolina. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. may God give you the strength and courage you need. Love, Phyllis and Chester Carter

Steve and Julie Atwood

December 29, 2019

Dear Bev and Family, So sorry for your loss. You and Tom were such a visible force at Northridge Schools. Always there and helping any way you could. Those were great days and they are missed. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Steve and Julie Atwood and family

Zsofia Makovi

December 28, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Hay was such a nice man. I remember my friend and I would leave study hall to help Mr. Hay mop floors and sweep the basketball court. He cared so much about the students, gave advice, and was a joy to talk with. May the family heal and have peace in your hearts. Prayers to all of you.

Don Sullivan

December 28, 2019

Foremost to Bev, Mark, and Steve my family is sorry for your loss of a great husband and dad. For me and all who got to know him, Tom Hay will be forever remembered for his kindness and friendship. Not many who walked the halls of Northridge Schools can match his love for the students and adults who came to work each day. Former students can probably recall their favorite memories of
a man who made their days better. Tom could make you laugh, he could offer great advice, and he was on your side when you needed it. And too, Mr. Hay did not hesitate to tell you “to get back in line” when it was called for. The contributions that Tom Hay made while
were many and appreciated by those of us who worked by his side. All of his time
was devoted to making Northridge be at its very best. Whether before the day, during the day, and especially after the last bell rang— Tom Hay would always be
there to help. Thanks Mr. Hay for all you do did for me and Northridge Schools. You were loved by ALL!



Steve Green

December 28, 2019

Sorry for your loss Bev,Mark , and Steve. Tom was one of the nicest men I knew growing up! I remember Tom at all our sporting events cheering us on. He was definitely a HUGE Viking fan!! Rest In Peace Tom you will be missed by many! Great man!

Roxanne (Rocky) Hatmaker (Bennett)

December 28, 2019

First I give my condolences to the family. Tom was the kindest, biggest hearted man I am so glad I got to know and call a friend while I attended Northridge. We talked every day. He influenced a lot of students throughout his years at the Ridge. You are all in my prayers.

Lynn March

December 27, 2019

Where do I begin, Tom was definitely a huge friend that I came to know when I began my 35 year teaching career at Alex! From having boiler room chats to helping me run the 7th grade basketball tournament, even helping me cancel PE classes because of”Roger Rat”, he will be missed! So many memories as I write this, like the time when we blew up the Cage Ball at BP only to drive it back and realize it would not fit thru the front doors! To Bev, Mark and Steve, my sympathies are beyond what I can even say, mr prayers and thoughts are with you, I am saddened that I will not be able to come to his services as I now live in Florida
A GREAT AND AWESOME MAN, RIP Tom Hay!!

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