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H.M. Patterson & Son-Arlington Chapel

173 Allen Road Ne, Sandy Springs, GA

OBITUARY

Thomas E. Ash Jr.

November 2, 1969October 31, 2019
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Thomas E. Ash, Jr., 49 of Marietta, died October 31, 2019. Mr. Ash loved music, his friends and family and will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Amy Ash; sons, Chase, Thomas and Camden Ash; mother, Pam Ash; sister, Anne Stroud; brother, William Ash; twin sisters, Krissy Quinlan and Kathy Henniger; and sister-in-law, Rachel Weisman The family will receive friends Monday, November 4, 2019 from 6 to 8 o’clock at H.M. Patterson and Son, Arlington Chapel, 173 Allen Rd., NE, Sandy Springs, GA 30328. The Funeral Mass will be Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 11 o’clock at Catholic Church of St. Ann, 4905 Roswell Rd., Marietta, GA 30062. Interment will follow at Arlington Memorial Park.

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Amy Ash; sons, Chase, Thomas and Camden Ash; mother, Pam Ash; sister, Anne Stroud; brother, William Ash; twin sisters, Krissy Quinlan and Kathy Henniger; and sister-in-law, Rachel Weisman

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Monday, November 4, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, November 5, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment Services

Memories

Thomas E. Ash Jr.

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Cheryll Rolfe

November 2, 2019

My cousin Tommy and I were born 3 days apart, and even though I haven't seen him in many many years, I have always felt a closeness to him. We spent a lot of time together as kids and I remember no matter what we were doing or what kind of trouble we were causing, he always had that captivating smile on his face. He was full of life and love for everyone. I miss you cousin. Thanks for the memories. Love you

Denise & Chuck Korn

November 1, 2019

You were life, love, and happiness all rolled up in one! Thank you for the love you showed Amy, your sons, your family! You will live forever in our hearts and memories!

Veda Wood

November 1, 2019

Tom "movie star" Ash as I liked to call him. He sure was a looker had the best smile, which I often got to see as he was always smiling and joking at the office. I remember seeing his email address on my son's class roster and realizing that our sons were in the same elementary school class! I though it was cool that we worked together and one of our sons had class together. Tom is missed already and will never be forgotten. May God's strength and love cover his wife and sons in this tremendous time of loss.❤️

Julie Motlagh

November 1, 2019

Tommy....we will think about you with the fondest of memories. You had such a pure and kind heart with nothing but love for everyone you met! It’s hard to say goodbye to such a warm soul, but if we must, may it be so it rests in peace. We will never forget the songs we sang together and the many jam sessions. You kept us laughing all the time. Take care and until we meet again.....

Jeff Deputy

November 1, 2019

My heart was saddened at the news that my dear friend had passed. Tommy was one of the kindest and caring person you could ever meet.. He always had a smile on his face that would bring your spirits up if you were having a bad day. A true friend, father, brother and many others hats that he wore. The world would be a much better place with people like him in and it has suffered by him leaving it. Heaven has received another angel to watch over all of us and he would not want us to be sad.. RIP brother and I hope to see you again so we can share old stories and laughs ..

Julie Clark

November 1, 2019

My cousin Tommy, his smile could light up a room. His "LOVE" for his family was never in question,when his Dad my Uncle Tom passed away in 2018 it was devastating, but now I know they are together again. Right now we all ask why, our children should never,ever go before us,but apparently God had a plan. Just hold your memories close, and I am sure his smile & laugh will be heard and seen in our dreams.....Love you cuz ! Love all of my family !

Crystal Canaday

November 1, 2019

Tom and I started with RE/MAX around the same time 11 years ago. We were part of what we called “the original crew”. We were so small that we were like family. Tom has the best smile and he always showed it! I gave him the nickname “Mr. RE/MAX” because he had dress slacks and a suit coat most of the times I saw him. And when I called him that, he would answer to it with that infectious smile. I pray the Lord will comfort and keep his wife, kids and the rest of his family.

Julie Barkett-Caricato

October 31, 2019

Tom always made me laugh ... so many memories but a couple favorites
Tom was a very busy agent and as his broker for a few years I got a few calls 😳
We always laughed at how many emails unopened on his phone and voicemails not returned and when we would ask about it he would laugh 😂
He never was in a bad mood or ever seemed stressed ... he will he missed ... I can still hear his laugh 😂 and glad I got to know him ❤️

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