SKARZYNSKI, Thomas G., age 54. Beloved son of Rose (nee Sesock) and the late James A. Dear partner of Joseph Davis. Loving brother of the late James G. Dear nephew, cousin and friend to many.
Partner of Rose-N-Sons Antiques on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood.
Mass of Christian Burial, Monday, January 19 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. VISITATION AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (between Ridge and Snow) SUNDAY 2-7 p.m.
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Messages of Condolence
The Antique world knew Tommy, loved Tommy and will dearly miss Tommy! His laugh, his smile and his wit….is why we all love him. To Joe…please know how much we love and care for you. To Rose…know that God is right there by you. My heart, my prayers and my respect is what I offer today, tomorrow and when we meet again.
My Dearest Aunt Rose……
My heart goes out to you as I shed tears for your loss. Tommy was the sweetest, kindest, and most wonderful son any Mother could have have been blessed with. And you the most precious Mother to him. Know I am thinking of you and praying for you. Sending all my love.
Despite the overwhelming sadness we feel over Tom’s passing, it is impossible for us to think about Tom without SMILING. We all face adversity in our lives and Tom certainly faced more than his fair share. But he not only faced it, he soundly beat it. Throughout the 23 years we were privileged to know this wonderful man, he was always a delight to be around. His constant cheerful demeanor, wry wit, contagious laughter and broad smile are just a few of the many things we will always remember and treasure.
To our dear friends Joseph and Rose, we pray that knowing Tom is now in God’s loving embrace will comfort you in this most difficult time.
God bless you both.
Rose and Joe ,Wink and I send our deepest condolences. His sense of humor and sweet smile will never be forgotten..
We will remember you both in our prayers.
What a gentleman!…and what a gentle man. What a wonderful sense of humor. Shocked to hear of his passing. Rose and Joseph, Please accept our deepest sympathy. I smile at memories of my 20 years knowing Tom…I hope that after the tears subside, you can do the same. May God bless you both.
to rose and joe
always enjoyed conversations with tom and you while we were neighbors at the depression glass show. you are both in our prayers
Are deepest condolence,very sorry .Niech mu ziemia lekka bedzie.
Dear Rose, family and friends,
We are so sad to hear of Tommy’s passing. He was a brave, kind man that will be truly missed. We are sad on earth, but his dad and brother are enjoying having him up there with them. They are keeping their eye on their beloved mother and spouse.
Prayers and love,
Tony and Judy Genco
Dear Rose and Joe,
My condolences to you and your family. I always enjoyed Tom’s cheery visits and phone calls to V. Faire to ask, “How are things going today?” His smile brightened the day. He will be greatly missed.
Love Joanne Rodgers
Rose and Joseph praying for you and your family during this time. I am glad to have had the chance to have spoken to Tom a couple of times. My condolences. I feel that I knew Tom through you Joseph and know he was a wonderful man.
Even though I never met Tom I feel that I have through Joe . I know there is going to be a massive void here . Joseph had endless and amazing and committed love and compassion for this young man. My deepest condolences for Joseph and Tom’s mother .
Mark Cheek, Scott Antique Market .
Dear Rose & Joe: I am so very sorry to learn of Tom’s passing. I am left speechless with saddness. Rose: If there was a dictionary entry for “The Perfect Son”, I think that Tom’s picture would be there. Joe: You and Tom had something very, very special. Keep those years of memories close to your heart. Paul Nowack
Dear Rose,please accept my deepest sympathy.You will be in my prayers daily.Fondly ,V.A. Kilbane
Dear Joseph and Mrs.Skarzynski, I was so sorry to hear of your beloved Toms death.While never having the opportunity to have met him personally, after reading of his friends fond memories and our conversations I feel that he too was part of our Atlanta family.May the sweet memories of the time the two of you shared with Tom bring love and peace to your hearts at this time of sadness and get you through the days to come. I will keep you both in my prayers.
To Rose and Joe
We send our deepest condolences. Tom was a joy to visit with.
As pottery collectors, our very first trip to the Rocky River area,
was to visit and meet Rose and Tom. They made us feel right
at home. God Bless.
Tom was so kind and wise. I always enjoyed talking with him. Prayers to Joe, Rose and his family. He will be missed by many. He left a tender mark in the world.
Dear Rose and Joe,
Tom was one of our favorite people and will remain so in our heart.
We truely loved him along with the two of you.
We are sorry we could not be there with the two of you.
Celebrate his life for he was a blessing to many.
Love to you both,
Leora and Jim
Dear Rose and Joe,
Both Jorge and I would like to express our deepest sympathy at the death of dear Tom. We have so many great memories of Tom from years gone by that still brings a smile to our faces. Please know that Tom and you both are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Chris & Jorge
To Mrs. Skarzyynski, I am a friend of Joseph’s in Atlanta at Scotts Antique Market. Just wanted to express and extend my condolences for the loss of your son. I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting him, yet heard so many good things about him and you as well. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May he rest in peace. May God comfort you and your family at this time and always, Avina Murray
To my Dearest Friend, Joseph, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your lifetime friend and partner. May he rest in peace. He is not gone, he is just in a better place we will all meet eventually. A place where there is no suffering, no pain, no struggle. A place beyond life’s gateway where we will gather with our Heavenly Father and have peace, love and life everlasting above the clouds in the heaven above. May God comfort you in this time of need and always and may he rest in peace with our Father above. God has blessed you with a lifetime of love and memories that you two shared and that you have to cherish. Gone too soon but not forgotten!. With deepest sympathy, your friend Avina
So very sorry to hear of Tommy’s passing…I will also remember visiting the antique shop and spending time with him. May God grant him eternal peace and may his memory be eternal!