In Memory

Thomas Tom - Class Of 1967

Thomas Tom

Thomas (Class of 1967) passed away on April 10, 2022 surrounded by family at the age of 73.
Thomas was an avid fisherman and loved traveling and spending time with his family.

Thomas is survived by his wife Meiyu 'May', his sisters Shirley Hansen (Class of 67), Selena Qui and Judy Tom, his daughters Therese Au and Janette VandeWettering, his son Richard and 5 loving grandchildren.

Visitation will be on Monday, April 18th from 10:00 AM until the time of the funeral service at 12:00 Noon at the Glueckert Funeral Home located at 1520 N. Arlington Heights Road (four blocks south of Palatine Road) in Arlington Heights, IL. Interment is to be private.

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04/14/22 04:19 PM #1    

Rick MacGregor (1967)

So very sad to hear of Tom's passing today
Knew Tom from Key and Austin.
He always had kind word and we last visited at our 50th reunion in Chgo.
Rip Tom.

04/14/22 04:34 PM #2    

Shirley Tom (Murray) (1967)

My brother..I will miss and love you always..

04/15/22 10:30 AM #3    

Ed Wallace (1967)

Sorry to hear he passed away. I remember we had US History during the summer one year and we all copied the answers off each other for the civics test. We passed and Tom almost didn't pass. 

04/15/22 11:08 AM #4    

Martin Quinn (1967)

So sorry to hear about the passing Thomas. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Marty Quinn


04/15/22 12:05 PM #5    

Wayne Harris (1967)

Thomas always had a smile and laugh. His attitude was infectious. Although we only saw each other at reunions after we graduated we considered ourselves friends. I can still see him laughing. The world will miss his smile.

04/15/22 03:10 PM #6    

Joseph Palermo (1967)


04/16/22 10:32 AM #7    

Thomas Warman (1967)

Sorry to hear of Tom's passing.  H was a good friend.  We reconected when he was managing a restaurant in Mt. Prospect.

04/16/22 10:59 AM #8    

Wendell Burkey (1967)

Wendell Burkey

I saw Tom last at an Austin high reunion several years ago. I knew him best at Key school.I had the privilege of sharing a meal or two with his wonderful family. My deepest sympathies to them all.




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