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Thomas Ross

Thomas H. Ross

February 18, 1935 - May 2, 2020
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Thomas H. Ross passed away on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at Chandler Hall Health Services in Newtown, PA. He was 85.

Born in Abington, PA to the late Manuel and Dorothy (Winslow) Ross, Thomas resided in Buckingham, PA.

He worked as a blacksmith for 36 years and enjoyed riding his motorcycle on many exciting trips locally and cross country. Tom was an avid horseback rider spending many hours riding with friends and family.

Thomas was the beloved husband of Sharon (Charles) Ross for 44 years; loving father of Thomas B. Ross (Andrea Broff) and April Overmyer (William); cherished grandfather of Rebecca Hockel, Bryan and Ben Ross, Joshua, Overmyer and Carly Coghlan; dear great-grandfather of Cole and Kylie Hockel.

Tom did not want any services but to be remembered in your hearts with all your memories of good times spent together.

Cremation services will be private under the direction of the Varcoe-Thomas Funeral Home/Central Bucks Crematory, Inc., 344 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Send condolences to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com
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greg galster

Posted at 07:12pm
what a good soul tom ross was ,as a young apprentice blacksmith i rode with tom on the backroads of bucks county in the 1970 s
there were so few cars on the road that when we passed some one chances were good tom knew them and they knew tom. he was always willing to help anyone out and he could do anything .god bless tom and my best to sharon ,young tommy and april.
Greg Galster Pipersville

Lucinda Blackwell

Posted at 11:10pm
Unlike many of you, I only met Tom once, many years ago. My husband Bob and I drove down to visit Sharon, and Tom in the 80’s. Sharon was the closest I ever had to a big sister, and I wanted to meet her new husband. He was kind, and welcoming, and it was clear they had each found the right person, to share their lives with. You can’t help but love someone, who has brought happiness to a person you love. He was a very good man, a rare and admirable quality.

Jennifer Homacki

Posted at 03:59pm
Our deepest condolences to you and your family at this difficult time. Dad has so many fond memories of spending time with Tom and Barbara back in the day.
Not so long ago Tom and Dad spent an afternoon together reminiscing of times gone by. He will be missed and may he rest in peace.
Walter Homacki
Jennifer Homacki

Amber L McCaffrey

Posted at 07:19pm
Uncle Tom was a smart, tough man. Everything he did he did passionately. Horses; he trail rode, horse showed, fox hunted and drove. He rode here and many pack trips in Montana. He trimmed and shod them better then anyone. Then there was his motorcycle. He rode it everywhere from the grocery store to Montana! Anyone that talked to him knew there wasn't anything he didn't know about. You were loved Uncle Tom and you will be missed ❤

Kathy Newcomb

Posted at 09:24pm
I have such fond memories of our times competing in so many carriage competitions. He will be missed by me and many others.

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