R. Stutzmann & Son

224 - 39 Jamaica Ave, Queens Village, NY


Thomas J. Elworthy

September 4, 1947January 8, 2020

Dear father, brother & friend to all.


  • Visitation Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Visitation Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Monday, January 13, 2020
  • Committal Service Monday, January 13, 2020


Thomas J. Elworthy

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Tom Isenberg

January 20, 2020

Thanks, Tom. You were a great man. I'll always appreciate you looking after my mom. We'll miss you always! Jack and Owen will always have you in their hearts! We love you.

Frank Sottile

January 11, 2020

Will miss your greetings and well wishes over the fence. Your birds and cats will also miss you.
A wonderful neighbor the past 43 years, a good man. Rest In Peace Tom Rest In Peace.

Steve Tomack

January 10, 2020

I met Tommy through my wife, Rosanna 46 years ago. He was the most loving, caring gentle man. He had the best laugh and smile and would give you the shirt off his back. Every time he called his greeting to me was “hi pal how you doing “. He was fortunate enough to have met a wonderful woman, Eileen after Joann passed and they were very happy. He will be missed every day. Go gently into the night my dear friend.

Rick Tomack

January 10, 2020

Ever since I was born my Uncle Tommy was always there if I needed him. I am trying to grasp that you are gone and that the phone will not ring and I’ll here that voice say hey kid how”s everything? Then joking with me saying are you being good? I would respond are you keeping out of trouble. Then he would give me his famous laugh and say well we are not talking about me.
I remember going to the Garden Inn with my Uncle Tommy and Aunt Joann.
Growing up I watched my Mom, Uncle Tommy and my Aunt Regina they were proof that blood does not make a family.
Uncle Tommy I was so blessed to have you in my life I will miss you more then I can express in words. Until we see each again.

I Iove you

Your nephew Rick

Rosanna Tomack

January 10, 2020

Tom and I were like brother and sister. We were friends since we were 9 years old. He and I went from childhood games to teen romances to finding our true loves and children. All the ups, downs, and sharing holidays that will never be forgotten. My heart is broken.

Love Forever,
Your Rosie

Robert Lewin

January 10, 2020

Tommy entered our lives when my sister Joanne and he started dating. I recall his first visit to our Inwood Manhattan neighborhood. Being a “country” boy from Queens he had no idea what to expect and neither did the Lewin’s. After marrying into our family he became a huge part of it as a mentor and confidant as well as a close friend.

He was always there doing whatever was needed and took control without being asked. Ok ....maybe he harassed me afterwards ....but it was always with a smile. Come to think of it I harassed him in return and we shared many laughs about it.

He had a great relationship with Joanne and after she passed another great woman in Eileen Isenberg entered his life. A great man deserves great people around him and Tom was blessed in that regard.

He’s resting peacefully now with Joanne in Heaven, looking down, probably shaking his head at me still. Tom will be sorely missed but would want us all to carry on and just smile when we think of him. I will smile often thinking of my “favorite brother-in-law”.

RIP - Tom