Tom was a normal Italian. He was always right, wouldn’t admit when
he was wrong, and had an opinion about everything. At one time he
was a doctor; a lawyer and was keen on politics.
One of his great loves was cars. They had to be fast and look good.
He also had to be home to watch NHRA drag racing and a must for hockey.
Tom really could do or fix everything. He could fix plumbing and electrical.
He could be a carpenter, flat concrete work, machinist work and of course cars.
His father knew so much and Tom took an interest in everything and learned
Everything his father taught him. If he had never seen something before
he was smart enough to figure it out. He even wrote a fix for Caterpillar.
He was good in history especially for WW2. His father was a machinist
on a PT boat and was on the USS Missouri when the treaty was signed.
Then we got into boating. Of course, he had a fast boat that looked good.
It was very relaxing and we made so many good friends at the harbor.
The kind of friends that you know would be there quickly if he needed
help of any kind.
Tom did have good life completing all that he had on his bucket list.
He will be missed but never forgotten.