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Thomas Tomsheck

Thomas Tomsheck

Monday, May 6th, 1935 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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Obituary

Thomas Tomsheck, 85, of Stevensville, MI passed away Monday, June 8th, 2020 at Spectrum Health Lakeland in St. Joseph.

Thomas was born May 6th, 1935 in Michigan City, IN to Alexander & Lulu (Hansen) Tomsheck. On June 28th, 1958 he married Sharon Fitzcharles in Benton Harbor. Thomas worked as a Die Caster for Dynac Corporation for many years. He was a member of the Benton Harbor Moose Lodge and in his spare time, enjoyed fishing and bowling.

Thomas is survived by his wife Sharon Tomsheck; sons William (Pam) Tomsheck and Tommy (Becki) Tomsheck; grandchildren Josh (Shelly) Tomsheck, Hope Tomsheck and Piper Tomsheck; and great granddaughter Ally Tomsheck. Thomas was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters and two brothers.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Starks & Menchinger Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Tomsheck family in c/o Sharon Tomsheck. Those wishing to share a memory of Thomas online may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com
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Fred Reddel

Posted at 09:21pm
Dear Sharon and family,
We are saddened at the loss of your loving husband and father. From the day Tom joined Dynac in September 1969 he was eager to learn and hard working. He was a committed and loyal Dynac associate. His service will always be remembered. We are are thankful to have known Tom. We are also grateful for Sharon’s service.
Fred and Janet Reddel
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gerry drews

Posted at 06:17pm
Sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He was a great guy. Tom, Don Jeschke, and I spent many hours together catchimg perch, coho, pan fish, and steelhead and Tom enjoyed every minute of it. When we were successful , he provided smoked salmon for us- what a treat. Tom was a special guy and will be missed, but always remembered.
To Sharon and the family, my sincere sympathy, Gerry Drews
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Patricia A. Griffin

Posted at 04:50pm
RIP Tommy. Will miss you so much. Many memories of good times the family had over the years. Pat and your Indiana family.
 
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Denise Varney Gersonde Posted at 12:34am

Prayers to Tom's wife and family for strength and comfort during this difficult time. I have not seen Tom since I was a young girl. I will always remember his mother, Lulu. When I was little Tom and his parents lived in the apartment upstairs from ours. After we all moved to other parts of Berrien County, our Mom would take us to see Lulu for many years growing up. They were all very special people. Very fond memories. RIP Tom, fly high with the Angels. Denise (Varney) Gersonde
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