- February 24th, 2024
It was hard to hear Tom had passed. Waldo was a great guy, fun to be around. I remember him always getting nose bleeds in summer football, 3 a days. Never said a word, front of his white practice jersey covered with blood. Coaches would just look at him ask,him about it. No problem coach, it always happens. Tom was a all around good guy who will be missed.
Cyndee Cochrane Sturtevant
- April 24th, 2012
"This is the man I am going to marry, i told a friend after our first date in September 1975". Six years later, after Tom graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Lafayette College in Easton, PA, that dream came true. Tom had a job with International Paper Co and we settled in Middlebury, Vermont. IP took us to Woolrich, PA and on to Wilton, Maine. We were blessed with four children: Maria, Gretchen, Tommy and Ian. Tom coached baseball, soccer, anything for the kids! On his 40th birthday, Tom "retired" from IP to pursue his dream of becoming a UCC minister. He attended Bangor Theological Seminary and served as Interim Minister in Rangeley Maine. Tom had a special gift for making every person he met feel that he had been waiting there, just for them. I take JOY that i had the privilege of walking beside Tom for 27 years.