Thomas J. Fendler of Park City, UT passed away on Monday, June 7, 2021 in Easton, PA. He was 21.
Born in Doylestown, PA he resided in Solebury, PA before moving to Park City, UT in 2012.
Tommy graduated from Park City High School with Honors in 2018. He enjoyed mountain biking, skiing, and nature. (Add any additional information).
He was the beloved son of Frank and Susan (Budd) Fendler; dear brother of Dan Fendler; loving grandson of Frank and Trudy Fendler, Daniel Budd and the late Sharon Budd; cherished nephew of Mike and Karen Fendler, Kurt and Gemma Fendler, Tom Fendler and Gary Budd; also survived by many cousins and dear friends.
A memorial gathering will be held at the Varcoe-Thomas Funeral Home, 344 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA on Sunday, June 13th from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, with a Celebration of Tommy’s Life to begin at 12:30 pm.
In lieu of flowers, please consider giving a donation and Tommy's name to one of the following charities: Connect https://connectsummitcounty.org/ or Green Gulch Farm https://www.sfzc.org/practice-centers/green-gulch-farm Frank recently joined the board of directors for Connect and Sue feels strongly about the mission of Green Gulch.
Please send condolences and stories of Tommy to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com
He ran with the rivers, he rode with the wind, he was always OK with dirt on his skin.
He felt your pain, he had the same goal, he would always seek to comfort your soul.
He talked to the moose, he held the chipmunks, he did not mind the odor of a stinky old skunk.
He would ride his bike here, he would ride his bike there, at the end he would ride his bike to persevere.
He played with the dogs, he played with the cats, he would never fear a silly little bat.
He would listen to others, he would listen to you, he was always happy to hear all points of view.
He laughed at this, he laughed at that, his laughter was always with him as a mere rug rat.
The mountains were his home, the outdoors his place, it was nature that gave him great solace and space.
He loved his mom, he loved his dad, he loved his brother and the world with all that he had.
He trekked up hills, he often just roamed, but now his commission is to CARRY US HOME……
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