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Thomas Neis
In Memory of
Thomas Dennis Neis
1963 - 2018
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Condolence From: George Barber
Condolence: I have worked with Tom for many years and it was a very sad day when I heard of his passing. Tom was a great friend and co-worker that always thought of others. He was a person that no matter how busy he was, that if you needed his help, from an answer to a simple question or a much more difficult issue, he would stop, listen and help in anyway he could. His concern for those he worked with carried in and out of the workplace when they were dealing with difficult times.
He had a great heart as I witnessed many times where he helped others who were struggling, whether it be the homeless, neighbors and those he worked with.
Tom was a guy who cared deeply for his family and especially his Mom. I heard so many great stories about them throughout the years.
He made me laugh when things were tough and this is one of the many things I will miss the most. I Can't forget to mention his incredible memory and that was just one of the many great things we all loved him for.
I know he is in a great place and I will miss him very much.
Friday June 22, 2018
Condolence From: Lance Kennedy
Condolence: Tom was truly a one of a kind individual and he will be missed. I learned much from Tom having worked with him for nine years. He was a smart guy and a diligent worker. He also seemed to really like people, and would often engage coworkers and even strangers in friendly conversation. I think that Tom truly enjoyed being of help to others, and he would often perform small acts of kindness, like holding a door for somebody, sharing his audiobooks, or donating a bagel to a hungry coworker. It was plain to see, though, that Tom's family was the most important thing to him. He loved his mother and wanted to make sure that she was well cared for. Also you could tell that he treasured the times he got to spend with his siblings, nieces and nephews. I offer my sincere condolences to Tom's family and loved ones.
Wednesday June 20, 2018