Thomas Paul Hopkins

December 15, 1954March 2, 2019

Thomas ‘Hoppy’ Paul Hopkins, age 64 of Pasadena TX, passed away Saturday March 2, 2019. Tommy was born December 15, 1954 to Dorothy and Thomas Hopkins. He worked as a Rigger for a majority of his life. With his Jersey accent, rock n roll style, stubborn attitude & charismatic energy, Tommy made sure everyone around him enjoyed life. Tommy lived the life of "no laws, no rules just grab a friend and enjoy them!”

Steve Miller could have been talking about Tommy when he sang: "I sure don’t want to hurt no one. I’m a picker, I’m a grinner, I’m a lover and I’m a sinner. I play my music in the sun”

Tommy is precededed in death by his loving mother Dorothy, father Thomas, brother Darin and stepson Justin.

“Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We’ll take the best, Forget the rest and someday we’ll find these are the best of times”

Tommy is survived by the love of his life Carol, whom he shared his last moments with. Son Thomas Ray Hopkins & wife Heidi in Tucson AZ, daughter Corinne Violet Ortiz & husband Jerry in Tucson AZ, son Kyle Hopkins & wife Sabrina in Sugarland TX. Grandchildren Joseph, Cayla, Jerry, Benjamin, Maximilian, Kayla, Jasiah & Kyan as well as a host of nieces, nephews, friends & relatives.

He loved us completely, in the way he knew how and he was loved. The time and love we shared, lives on in and through those of us he leaves behind. We will cherish his memory always.

Tommy leaves behind a void that can’t be filled for his siblings, sister Dodie in Glendora NJ, brother Timmy in San Leon TX and sister Dory in Pasadena TX.

"The story of life is quicker than a wink of an eye, the story of love is hello and goodbye… .until we meet again."

"Fly on my sweet Angel - Fly on through the sky - Fly on my sweet Angel - Forever I will be by your side"


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Chris Allen

March 14, 2019

You are going to be missed my friend.

Mark Verrett

March 12, 2019

When I met Tommy, we were at complete opposite ends of the spectrum. We became true friends, over a short period of time. He was always ready for a good time, and laughs. He will be missed.
For those who know, WE WON THAT CHILI COOK OFF!

Jimmy & Debbie Patterson

March 12, 2019

Tommy always greeted us with a big smile & hug. We’ll always remember the great times and fun we all had when we got together! We will truly miss him! ♥️