Tom was diagnosed with focal and cervical dystonia in 2001. He courageously worked and lived with dystonia while fighting multiple cancers. He ended up stepping down from his executive position in the postal service due to the effects the dystonia had on his speech. He received Botox injections quarterly in order to keep his head up and his eyes open. Even though they were told there was not a cure for the dystonia he refused to let it limit the joys of life. Despite all of the difficulties that he experienced with this disorder, he continued to maintain an active lifestyle with his wife of 50 years, friends and family, and he never lost his sense of humor.
McVay Brickles Messersmith Bannister Bannister
Lex and Bernice Holtsclaw
We will miss you very much Tom
Rest in Peace Tom. We will miss you dearly. Love, The Richards Family
To celebrate Tom’s life
To celebrate the life of Tom Wilson.
So many fun memories of Tom. Barbeques on the 4th of July, poker on New Year's Eve, going to Del Mar. We will miss him but remember those… Read more
So many fun memories of Tom. Barbeques on the 4th of July, poker on New Year's Eve, going to Del Mar. We will miss him but remember those fun times. Love to Loreen, Jodie and Becky, and his family.
Jeff and Jeanette Fuller
We feel blessed to have known Tom the past 24 years. Our thoughts are with your family.
Sincere condolences to Tom and his family.