It is with a heavy heart we write about the sudden passing of our beloved CT.In this time of national pain and crisis it is one more sadness for those in his small circle of family, friends, and associates. A simple but complicated man, he lived a quiet, somewhat solitary life. He traveled many paths seeking what we all desire, peace and contentment. In his 79 years he experienced the pleasures of being an outdoors sportsman, race car enthusiast, artist, and lonely philosopher while wrestling with the many twists and turns, complexities and mysteries that life hands us. He was interesting though confusing at times, but he was also charming, endearing, and maddening, too.
There is a hole in the hearts of those who knew him best. We will miss hearing his voice, his laugh, and his sometimes sarcastic and judgmental repartee. Our hope is he has found the peace and enlightenment that eluded him in life. He will forever be in the hearts and minds of his family: Janice, Ganin, Sofie, Sadie, Jesse, and his sister Paulette. Our family wishes to extend our thanks to his friend David Benoliel for his caring support during our loss.
Peaceful rest, CT (Tom)
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