OBITUARY

Thomas James Azenara

August 21, 1978January 13, 2020
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Thomas James Azenara, 41, of Belleview, FL went home to Our Lord on January 13, 2020.

Tommy, as he was called by his friends and family was a loving person, with a wonderful personality. He was a loving son (as he was especially good to his mother, showing her unceasing love), he loved his sister, brothers, and nieces and nephews - he was very much a family man. He was an integral part of his best friends, Justin & Carrie's family, and he will be missed by all who were blessed to meet him or know him. He never met a stranger. In his entire life, Tommy's favorite thing to do was to make his family happy - he would help them, make them laugh - he would do anything for the people he loved to make their lives better. He was blessed with a kind heart and he in turn blessed the world by sharing it. He was always happy to be reunited, reconnected, and rejoined with family whenever they'd been apart.

Truly, to know Tommy was to love him.

Tommy was a damn good baseball player. He loved to be active and outdoors, and he loved the game itself. He happily served as a coach of the Dreamers softball team (and was lucky to coach his nieces who played for their team) and the team loved him.

Tommy had a personal faith he celebrated daily. He spoke one on one with his Lord.

Tommy loved music and sports and movies; and would often be found enjoying these as he lived his life loudly.

Tommy is preceded in death by father, Robert James Azenara; his grandmother - who he loved dearly and was especially close to - Jennie Cesaro. He is also preceded in death by his godmother (and aunt) Deborah MacMahon; his uncle Gary Cesaro; and his cousin Kevin-brian MacMahon.

Tommy is survived by his mother, Denise Azenara Narolis; step-father (whom he called Dad) Richard Narolis Sr.; his siblings, a sister Nicole, and four brothers, Aaron, Nathan, Ben, and Richard Jr.; his son, Thomas R. Azenara and daughter, Sofia Azenara. He is further survived by his nieces Ashley, Briana; and his nephew Kashton Thomas. He is also survived by a beloved cousin, Dawn; as well as many other cousins, uncles, aunts, and extended family. He is also survived by his best friends, Justin & Carrie, as well as many other friends.

Services

  • Viewing Sunday, January 19, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Service Sunday, January 19, 2020
  • Committal Service Sunday, January 19, 2020

Memories

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Gina Paolino-Berry

January 18, 2020

I'd like to start off by saying I'm deeply sorry to anyone whom may have crossed Tom's path ! Tommy was a beautiful kind soul in his shirt time that he shared on earth with many Of us ,I pray for healing for all ,and for all to be able to move forward as easy as possible. This will go down as one of the worst losses my husband and will have had to unfortunately share together! I'm grateful for all times that we have had and blessed with many memories. I pray that we all have answer for what took his life so abruptly. As I know tom is definitely to young to have left us all . Tommy truly loved his friends and family any one he came a across. Sitting here thinking and I honestly cant think of anyone that didnt like him .no matter how he felt he would try to make anyone feel good. I do know as we all go threw this thing called life we all struggle with our daily battles wish things would have turned out differently! So for now I'm left as well as many with a great loss. Tom I will consider you like a brother and one of our best friends I'm so glad billy my children and you at least had a lot of laughs as well. .rest easy in eternal paradise ! until then I can only pray we meet again ..see you at the cross roads . God bless all !

Uncle Joe

January 17, 2020

My handsome nephew Tom, I always remember your smile and laugh. My fondest memory is when you were a little boy and I would come to visit with your aunt and cousin, I would sit you on my lap and I would ask you if you were taking care of my sister. You would put your hands to your head and say "oh boy". Yes, uncle, I'm taking care of your sister. I asked you this throughout your life. Every time I would call you over, you would say, "I know Uncle Joe, you're going to ask me if I'm taking care of your sister". I will always love you. You will be missed.

Natalie Mondella

January 16, 2020

I remember Thomas as a sweet boy who played with my sons. My husband coached him in Little League. He was a wonderful athlete. He had a beautiful smile and a contagious laugh. Soar with the angels, Tom. Rest In Peace. 💔💔💔

Denise Narolis

January 16, 2020

My SON YOUR IN PEACE NOW. NO MORE SADNESS FOR YOU BUT WE ARE ALL HEARTBROKEN. I WILL ALWAYS FEEL YOUR LOVE WITH ME, YOUR HANDSOME SMILE YOUR KIND LOVING HEART AND MOST OF ALL YOUR PHONE CALLS SAYING ...MOM THE MEATLOAF. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN Y HEART AND EVERY WHERE I GO....MY LOVING SON MOMMY LOVES YOU TILL I MEET YOU ONE DAY IN THE PRESENTS OFJESUS AS I KNOW HE WELCOMED YOU WITH LOVE.....KISSES TO YOU MY BABY. I AN TRULY SEE HOW HAPPY YOU ARE NOW.....LOVE YOU MORE AND ASK JESUS TO PLEASE CONTINUE TO HEAR MYHEART...LOVE MOMMY

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