Thomas E. Eddy

November 19, 1955 ‒ January 24, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

Thomas E.  Eddy, age 65 of Delaware passed away Sunday, January 24, 2021, at Centerburg Pointe Care Facility.

He was born on November 19, 1955, in Columbus to the late Raymond and Margaret (Grau) Eddy. Thomas proudly served his country as a US Marine Corp Veteran of the Vietnam War.

Until retiring he worked as an auto mechanic. His life centered on his family and automobiles. He also enjoyed fishing, shooting, and bonfires outside with his friends. But he was at his best when surrounded by his family, most especially his grandchildren who brought him great joy. He lived his best life doing what he loved.

He is survived by his daughter Angela Aleshire of Delaware, his girlfriend Kathy Reynolds, bonus daughters, Jeannie, Andi, and Chrissy.  His grandchildren include Erin Aleshire, Tommy, Mason, Natalie, Brently, Corbin, Wesley, and Xavier. He also has several siblings.

Thomas was also preceded in death by his daughter Mollie Eddy in 1998.

Services are being planned for a time when the concerns of COVID have been lifted.  Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Memorial contributions can be made to the funeral home to assist with final expenses.

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  • Good evening Angie and Erin,

    I am so sorry for your loss. My family will be praying for you.

  • So sorry for your loss. We loved Tommy dearly .
    We always had a special place in our hearts for him. He was an original, nobody like him. He will be missed.

    Uncle Steve & Aunt Kandi

  • I’m so sorry Angie. I loved that “Crazy” Tom Eddy. He was a good, sweet and kind man with a huge heart. He was always good to me and always had a joke or snarky comment ready. His memory will live on always.

  • So sorry for your loss. I have many memories of hanging out with my Dad and Uncle Tom. He will always be a little part of who I became. God be with us all.

  • I am so sorry Angie. I remember your dad for his smile and wonderful attitude toward life. He spent quite a bit of time building our fence in the backyard. It still looks great.
    Take care. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Hey Angie, I am so sorry for your loss and am praying for you and the family. I will never forget Uncle Tommy he was always fun to hangout with and always could make me laugh. I will miss being picked on by him. Please know that I love you and will be keeping you in my prayers.
    Love your cousin,