In Memory

Thomas Geary

Thomas Geary

GEARY, Thomas W. "Tomcat" 62, of Palm Harbor, died Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009, at Moffitt Cancer Institute. Tom was born and raised in St. Petersburg and moved to Palm Harbor in 1972. Tom was a 1965 graduate of Northeast High. He worked for Publix until 1968. He then worked for Florida Power Corp for 35 years, where he retired in 2003, as a metering services supervisor. Tom was a board member of many clubs and organizations including Jaycees of Tarpon Springs, Trailblazers Jeep Club and Sons of the American Legion. He also volunteered for numerous charities and foundations throughout his life. He enjoyed bowling, camping, fishing, and was an avid hunter. He was a member of Generations Christian Church and served on their facilities team. Tom was predeceased by his father, George. Survivors include: his wife of 25 years, Yvonne; two sons, Jeffrey (Susan), Timothy (Melissa); two grandchildren, Tyler and Brielle; mother, Alma; brother, Michael (Jodie) & sister, Jean (Craig). Services will be held at Generations Christian Church, 1540 Little Road, Trinity 34655 at 1 pm Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2009. Dobies F.H.-Tarpon

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02/11/10 11:44 AM #1    

Joe Maschino

Tommy was my classmate from first grade on. We played marbles,threw baseball cards, and did all the things kids did back then. He was a man of his word and a great friend.I will miss his energy, but his memory still lives.

09/10/15 10:38 AM #2    

Barbara Metcalf (Bartlett)

Like Joe, Tommy and I went to Norwood, Lealman, and NEHI together.  I was surprised to learn that he has passed away.   He was a sweet guy.  Barbara Metcalf Bartlett

09/11/15 12:10 PM #3    

Lorra Kaye Jones (Otto)

I had such a crush on "Tomcat" at Norwood Elementary... ah, our first loves.  LOL  Here I thought I was following our NEHI info....  Those of you who provide and maintain it for us,THANK YOU.  As this reunion draws near, it makes me really long t reconnect with so many of you who were my friends then and who still remain in my heart and fond memories.  I m blessed beyond what I could have imagined.

09/11/15 12:23 PM #4    

Linda Reedman (Mudryk)

I had a crush to Tommy too in 6th. grade.  Such a nice guy and so much fun.  So sad he is only in our hearts and minds now.  We miss you!  See you again someday.

09/11/15 03:05 PM #5    

Susan King (Wadkins)

Tommy and I also went to Norwood, Lealman and Northeast together. I was so sad to hear he had passed away. I remember in second grade how he liked to mash his green peas up at lunch time and make Judy Cappell feel sick.

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