Sep 10, 2013 -    3 Condolences

Tom Steele

Tom SteeleTom Steele passed away on September 10, 2013 at Wuesthoff Hospital in Rockledge, Florida at the age of 66. He was born in Waverly, Ohio on August 20, 1947 to Florene and Thurman Smith. He had two sisters, Verona McCarty (deceased) and Bertha Smith, and five brothers, Carl Pressnell (deceased), Walter Smith, James Smith, Charles Richard Smith (deceased) and John Smith (deceased). He attended North Judson High School in North Judson, Indiana.

Tom lived in many places throughout his youth including California and Las Vegas until finally setting in Florida in 1987 with his wife Suzanne Steele. In his youth he was involved in the entertainment industry as an agent for several musical groups. He later got into automotive sales as a salesman and worked his way up to manager. He changed directions and decided to go into real estate sales before ultimately retiring.

Tom was blessed with three children, Tom W. Smith, Suzetta Terman, and Savannah Steele. He also was given two beautiful granddaughters Jennifer Terman and Andrea Terman. Tom was blessed with a large, loving family and many friends who deeply cared about him. Tom loved his dogs and leaves behind his devoted dogs Roscoe and Cheyenne.

Tom lived a very colorful and exciting life. He enjoyed listening to rock and roll music, and spending time doing so with his friends at Lou’s Blues He enjoyed all sports especially football and basketball, his favorite teams were the Florida State Seminoles and New York Yankees.

Tom was a great husband, a loving father and an amazing friend to those who knew him. He will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

 

3 Condolences

  • Our hearts are saddened by this loss of a loved one. However, for those who serve the risen savior a promised reunion is given. We will keep you in our thoughts as the routine of daily life returns. We Love You.

    The Dale Baker Family:
    Dale and Phyllis Baker
    Matthew, Tabitha, Molly and Carter
    Luke Baker, Cara Coleman
    Christopher Baker, Claxton
    Anna Baker

  • My sincere sympathy to each of you at this time. I assure you of my prayers , may Tom enjoy everlasting peace.
    I remember having Savannah in my class and extend a special prayer to her.

  • Tom will be greatly missed,by many people whose lives he made a difference in.I’m truly proud and Blessed to say,he was my friend and we shared many laughs.(2 Corinthians 5.)Reminds us in these tough times,”absent from the body,is to be present with the Lord.”Tom was a man of Faith and we spoke of our Lord on numerous occasions.I can picture Tom right now in Paradise,a wonderfully beautiful and very real place called Heaven.Our loving God,welcoming him home and holding him in His loving arms.(Philippians 3.) says,”our Lord and Savior will transform our bodies to be like His Glorious body.”No more pain,suffering or trials of this life.I’ll see you again someday my good brother and friend.To the family,as I promised I’m only a phone call away if I can do ANYTHING to assist you in ANYWAY. God bless you all,you’re in my thoughts and deepest prayers.

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