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Tom Davidson

In Loving Memory

Davidson, Thomas S.

December 26, 1945 - February 11, 2024

Entered into Heavenly Rest on Sunday, February 11, 2024.

Beloved husband of Nancy Davidson (nee Gansmann); loving father of William (Lisa) Davidson and Sandra (Tim) Miller; adoring grandfather of Geddy Miller, Jamie (Wes) Kuhn, Kendra and Eric Davidson; cherished great-grandfather of Bryce, Macie and Welles; dear brother of Bonnie (Gary) Walker. Our dearest brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle and friend to many.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers contributions to a charity of your choice appreciated.


18 thoughts on “Davidson, Thomas S.”

  1. So sorry Nancy and family. He is at peace and no longer suffering. We are thinking of you at this difficult time.

    Sharon Vancil

  2. Oh Nancy, Sandy, Billy and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. He was such a good man, and so fun to be with. I have so many wonderful memories of him and so many funny stories! (always started my dad’s fish fry’s off with a cold bucket of KFC first thing in the morning) I know you all must be devastated. I pray that our Lord Jesus will comfort you until we all meet again in heaven. -Ron’s daughter Jeanne (Beans)

  3. Sorry to hear about Tom my brother Paul and myself Bill Manning worked at Chrysler in the Powerhouse with him. We will keep his family in our prayers.

  4. Nancy,
    So sorry to hear about Tom. He was an all around good guy who never knew a stranger, loved to golf and was a loyal alum of the Affton class of ‘63. Many fond memories come to mind. Condolences to you and your family.
    Gary and Janet Shipper

  5. Nancy, I was a neighbor and childhood playmate of Tom in Affton. I am heartbroken to hear of his passing. He was so much fun to play with and I remember riding bikes with him and being in class with him at Heege School. May you find comfort in fond memories as well.

  6. Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. I never met Tom but you shared with me last summer all he was dealing with and how difficult it was. I pray for a peaceful heart for you. Kathi Johnson

  7. Dear Nancy
    So sorry to hear about Tom’s passing. I have fond memories of an after-reunion party at your house. Tom was so much fun and enjoyed a good joke, no matter who was telling it. May your memories comfort you now and in the future🙏🙏


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