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Posted by: Robert Mellifont - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Friend   Sep 16, 2017

Tommy,You were one of a kind. So genuine, compassionate, and a great friend. Master chef, master entertainer and the quickest whit in the room! So many memories....you are irreplaceable. Wishing you peace from all your struggles of recent years. Glad you are free from pain. We will meet again one day, my friend. With love,Laura


Posted by: A friend   Sep 16, 2017

We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one.
Tommy was and is a great soul, a great man who welcomed us when we first came to USA, he was always around to make sure we were fine, he was always around with his kind heart and love to us.
Dan and I feel very sorry and we will always remember his great heart and kind.
Pat and Tommy were always there for us if we needed and thank you for

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Posted by: Denise Monteiro Tomaz - West Hartford, CT - Neighbor   Sep 16, 2017

It's with great sadness that I learned about Tommy's passing. I think the sum of a person's life is what he leaves behind after he's gone. Tom left a loving, devoted wife, 2 beautiful children, and warm, wonderful memories in so many hearts. I think of Tom as a Husband, Dad, very fast skier, and amazing cook who reveled in having a table full of people enjoying good food and good companionship and sharing hearty laughs.

RIP Tommy Tree, you left a forest of good memories and I'm so glad that you were part of mine.


Posted by: Linda Patterson - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Friend   Sep 15, 2017

Patti, Theo, Thomas & family

We are so sorry to hear the news about Tom. Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you all. We have many great memories of shared good times over the years that will never go away.


Posted by: Greg & Diane Becker - Killington, VT   Sep 15, 2017

Always a welcoming smile and extended helping hand, Tommy's booming laughter and voice - across TWO sets of hedges - were pure comfort food for the neighborhood Soul. You will be missed and forever loved.


Posted by: Laurie Baier - West Hartford, CT - Neighbor   Sep 15, 2017

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your loved one. Hopefully reflecting on all the good times you've shared together will help ease the pain that you feel. He sounded like quite an incredible man who accomplished so much during his life. May "the God of all comfort" strengthen you at this time of sadness, and may His promise for the future bring you peace. Hosea 13:14.


Posted by: Carly Baker - Canton   Sep 15, 2017

Deepest sympathy during this difficult time


Posted by: Elaine Scotece - Sarasota, FL   Sep 15, 2017

He was the only man i knew that could go below in 8 foot seas and make a sandwich then go back to cutting bait. He also would stay up all night talking to the fish while everyone else fell asleep.

tight lines Tommy, you will be missed


Posted by: David Goldfarb - Higganum, CT - Friend   Sep 14, 2017