Thomas Martin

Martin, Thomas Victor

September 15, 1938 – March 1, 2019

In his 80th year, we suddenly lost our father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and hero. Thomas has joined his wife of 58 years, Irma, and prior lost sons Kevin and Scott. Survived by son Kyle (late Lil), and daughters-in-law Joanne and Bev. Dear grandfather of Jenn (Adrian), Brandi (Paul) and Donny (Danielle). Will be missed by great-grandchildren Owen, Ascension, Makenna, Adriel, Alexis, Lilly, Taylor, Madalyn, Ivy (Keize), Arrow and Remington. Special grandfather of Rayne, Caytlen, Kaimyn, Clarisa, and Logan. He is predeceased by his parents Thomas and Gladys Martin. Brother of Glenda, Penny, and Linda. Predeceased by siblings Brenda, Norris, Alva, and Wayland. Survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Special thank-you to Ava, Charlene, and Lori for their support. Additional thanks to Bill Lofthouse at RHB Anderson Funeral Homes for his assistance and compassion. Cremation has taken place.

 

Condolences

Posted by Shelley & Christian Shognosh on
Deepest condolences to you Kyle, Brandi , Jenn and Donny and families. Tom was a wonderful man who will be missed . Our thoughts and prayers are with you all
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Tom will certainly be missed, always a smile and a sincere hello!
We were so sad to hear of his passing.......
Posted by Ellie Joseph on
Deepest condolences and warm regards to all of you, Tom and Irma and family were like grandparents to my little boy when we were neighbours next door. Kyle provided after school care, but everyone welcomed him into their lives, and ours too, as neighbours. Yes, a wonderful man.
Posted by Laura Williams on
Sending Kyle and families of Thomas condolences at your time of loss.
Posted by Jane Burning on
My deepest heartfelt condolences to Kyle and your family. May you find comfort in your nieces and nephews. Let the simple pleasures of live bring peace to a difficult time.
Posted by Bonnie Esson & John Balogh on
Sad news for you, Kyle, and your family. Tom was such a pleasure to work with, always willing to share his wisdom. I will cherish him and the memories, as you all will. Thanks to Tom, he leaves a legacy of good family - May his spirit soar with Irma and all.
Posted by Margaret Howes on
So sorry for your loss, Thomas was a wonderful man that my husband Jim thoroughly enjoyed spending time with and both Jim and I appreciated all the wonderful visits and times with both Thomas and Irma. Yes they are together once again and that can be a comfort.
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