801 Teas Nursery Road
Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Thomas R. Teears
June 27, 1939 - December 11, 2004

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By: Kent Drummond Dec 17, 2004
Tom & I worked at NESEA, He was a good friend and looked us up and visit us even after we all went separate ways. He loved his music and outdoors. His death is been a shock for us. We will miss his e-mails. May God give his blessing and patient to his family
By: Sid Wood Dec 16, 2004
Tom and I met in 1960 when he was in the Navy stationed at NAS Patuxent River, MD. Starting in 1970 we worked in the same branch and on the same projects at Webster Field, St. Inigoes, MD for fifteen years. Tom was always optimistic and full of energy. We traveled together on numerous trips for project business. Tom would always checkout the local telephone books and look for his family name. Teears was a unique spelling and he never found a listing. Tom always considered himself an orphan until that day in New York. There was a short listing for Teears. He called the first number which turned out to be his paternal uncle. He'd had no contact with his father or his father's family since Tom was five. Turns out Tom's father had died some years before that contact. Tom talked happily of that reunion with his father's family at every opportunity. He was sad that he did not get to know his father. Perhaps now they may be reunited.
By: Bill Rymer Dec 16, 2004
Tommy was a Rotarian in our club here in Lexington Park, MD. A good voice in the Harmonizers. He was on my "call list" for tennis players until he moved. The last time I saw Tommy was to play tennis at the Wildewood courts. The rascal beat me just barely. I wanted a rematch. We miss him in Maryland.
By: Bill & Mary Huffman Dec 15, 2004
The brief time that we were privileged to know Tom was a pleasant experience. We are indeed sorry that we did not get to enjoy his singing voice and enthusiasm longer. We shall truly miss him. He was an asset to our community.
By: Dale Hoffert Dec 14, 2004
For as long as I had known Tom he was an outgoing and giving person. May God look upon him while he is resting.

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