OBITUARY

Tommy Lynn Billings

April 11, 1936February 5, 2019
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Tommy Lynn Billings-82-of Choctaw, Oklahoma and recently Mesa, Arizona passed away February 5, 2019. He was born April 11,1936 to William (Roy) & Gertrude Billings. He is survived by his wife of 63 years Betty (Hysell), son Gary & daughter-n-law Beth, son David & daughter-n-law Sherri, 6 grandchildren: Kyle (and Andrea), Kirt (and Abby), Chad, Kori (and Jordan), Kaci (and AJ), and Steven- 6 great-grandchildren: Kason, Joshua, Madeline, Shiloh, Phoenix and Warner plus sister Anita & husband Lannie, brother Bill & sister-n-law Sue and numerous nieces and nephews. In life-Tom was in the Forestry Service and served in the Army. Then worked at Boeing before becoming a homebuilder and developer. Tom and Betty loved traveling and enjoying life. In 2000, they moved to Mesa, Arizona where he owned a tool distributorship. He always enjoyed woodworking and making toys for his grandchildren. Tom was honest, hard-working, and loving and will sorely missed by his family and friends.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, February 11, 2019
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Tommy Lynn Billings

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JIM HUNT

February 12, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I (recently retired) was one of Tom's tool & equipment supplier representatives. For nearly 4 years I had the great pleasure of working with Tom and, I hope, helping him to be successful in that business. As my office was in my home, I would usually get a cup of coffee and fire up the computer about 6 AM, many times to the phone ringing with Tom on the other end, bright eyed & bushy tailed! I so enjoyed our conversations, many of which would wander off topic, but non the less leave a smile on my face.
May your faith, family and friends help you and especially Betty through this most difficult time. Peace be with you.

Janet Warren

February 8, 2019

Mike and I are so sorry that Uncle Tom is no longer here on earth with us all. He was a romantic soul with a kind and generous heart. I specifically remember him giving Aunt Betty a strand of pearls one time and I thought it was so romantic! May the love and comfort of friends and family sustain you all as you mourn your dad. He will be missed.

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