Thomas G Martin
January 16, 1961 - June 4, 2010
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Sun Prairie/Madison Thomas G. Martin, age 49, died unexpectedly from long term health issues on Friday, June 4, 2010 at his home. He was born on January 16, 1961 in Reedsburg and was the son of Gordon and Audrey (Alexander) Martin. He married Julie Holzer on September 23, 1989 in Fennimore. Tom worked as an…

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Lisa O. Buono left a message on December 30, 2012:
anyone that julie would love would automatically get my love too, because Juie loved me like the best girlfriend in the whole world coud take care of you in a way that allowed you to find ways to take care of yourself and believe anything could b possible, so as Juie loved tom, she got my support for that love regardless no matter what in any way that would be relevant, and I mean no matter what. My heart is for you both, wherever you are Jules. I love you, and the love, memories and humor that only you know your truth of that you will forever have for Tom and the girls.
Julie Martin left a message on June 7, 2010:
To my Tommy, we had a wild ride...you blessed me with two wonderful children and a lifetime of memories. Although our challenges lead us to other paths...I know you always knew you were the love of my life, and i know you always loved me...and that too was a blessing. I will miss your smile, your coffee, cheesecake, smell, voice, and daily contact on the phone. Im sure you are busy catching up over heavenly coffee....all my love, Julie
Sue (Susie) Rose left a message on June 7, 2010:
Tommy, I miss you very much. You were one of the best brothers, along with Mike. You will be sorely missed by all of us in the family, especially by me. Paris and Skye ask alot about you. I hope you are burning some wheelies/360's in the sky in your little white sportscar. We'll be watching for you.
Drew Hamblin left a message on June 7, 2010:
Rest in Peace Uncle Tom
Drew Hamblin left a message on June 7, 2010:
Uncle Tom you will be sorely missed. I always enjoyed seeing you at my hockey games while I was growing up, though I probably spent more time in the penalty box. I was very shocked and sadden to hear the news of your departure, though we all understand that all life comes to an end and we can be relieved with the thought that you are no longer burden by your physical body. Rest in Peace Uncle Tom, and I know that you will continue to keep a close watch on all of your family. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone, especially Julie, Haley and Molly. Continue to be strong and always hold on to the good times.
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Max Martin left a message on June 6, 2010:
Uncle Tom was an amazing person. I loved him so much. The last time I remember seeing him was at my Eagle Scout ceremony in December and he was so happy to see me. He was a spectacular uncle who would do anything for somebody he loved. I cannot fathom the thought of him not being around anymore. He will live long in our hearts and memories. Rest in peace uncle Tom. I love you.
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