Harmon, Thomas B.
Memorial services for Thomas B. “Tom” Harmon, 71, of Porter will be held Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Garden at Darst Funeral Home, 796 Russell Palmer Rd., Kingwod, TX., with Pastor Patrick Worsham officiating.
Tom was born in South Charleston, West Virginia on February 18, 1949 to the late Wirt B. Harmon and Emma Francis (Keeney), and passed away at his home on Wednesday, July 8, 2020.Tom was preceded in death by his parents. He married the love of his life Deborah on August 4, 1973. He is survived by his loving wife Deborah Harmon; son Jason Broomfield Harmon; sister Mary Jane Bolin, of Paris, Tennessee; nieces Lisa and Herb Wright, Lee Ann and Robert Wheat, Laura and Glen Whitham, Tom and Donna Bolin and Becky and Brandon Ferguson; brothers-in-law Scott and Beverly Graham and Allen and Ellen Graham; and nephews Ken Graham, Nathan Graham, Derek Graham, Bill and Carol Martin and Mike Wagner. Tom was a member of Second Baptist, in Kingwood, TX. He graduated from Shepherd University in Shepherd Town, West Virginia in 1971 with a degree in Finance. He worked for Northern Telecom, Siemens Dell, Oracle, U.S. Leasing and retired in 2017. After retiring, Tom worked for Kahler Process Communications for several years and Total Wines for a year as a hobby. Thomas was a happy exuberant personality. He was a good public speaker and writer. He was writing a travel book before he died. Tom and Deborah loved to travel and he made many trips to Europe for 20 years and many USA trips. Wine was one of Tom’s hobbies and with that he started a wine tasting group that lasted 10 years. Tom loved to play golf when he had the time. He was an avid West Virginia University sports fan with emphases on college football. He had many friends and was active on facebook. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. He also really loved his beloved dog Pronto, who misses him. If anyone wants to make a donation in memory of Tom, his family was entrusted with the Salvation Army.
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Memorial services for Thomas B. Harmon, 71, of Porter will be held Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Garden at Darst Funeral Home, 796 Russell Palmer Rd., Kingwod, TX.
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8 thoughts on “Harmon, Thomas B.”
I know that you are rejoicing with our Savior. Will see you there TXEER.
I played little league and Babe Ruth league baseball with Tom. I followed all of his posts on Facebook about different wines and wondered where he acquired both the taste and experience with them and was totally impressed. My sincere condolences to the family, knowing he was a Christian we know where he is now and one day we shall meet again
Tom lived life large! I first met him over 25 years ago when I married Debbie’s brother, Scott. He welcomed my children and our grandchildren into his life with sincere joy, deep affection and lots of humor! Must not forget that laugh! On a deeper note, I loved to discuss theology with Tom. Tom was a devout Baptist, I a devout Methodist, together devout Christians. We shared truly meaningful discussions about the Bible and shared stories about teaching Sunday school.
I will truly miss the fullness of his personality. Rest easy at the feet of our Lord Tom!
Debbie, Our hearts are filled with compassion for you and Jason. We cannot believe that Tom is gone but, we know that his memory will live on. I remember the trip we took to Canaan Valley, WV and all the fun we had visiting that beautiful area. WVU has lost a great fan and I have lost a great friend as we swap football and basketball stories. Rest assure that you and Jason are in our thoughts and prayers.
Debbie: Scotty and I are so sorry for your loss. Tom will definitely be missed. We are praying for you and Jason. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you.
Uncle Tom was always so much fun to be around. I’ll never forget when he took me to NYC for the first time. We went to Little Italy and he let me get whatever I wanted. He was always laughing and joking. Always telling stories about all of his travels. I was so looking forward to reading his travel book. He is now on the ultimate trip to paradise in heaven. Someday we will see him there and he can tell us of all of his heavenly adventures.
My Love and prayers to Aunt Debbie and Jason.
Our deepest condolences and prayers to Debbie, Jason, and the rest of the family.
Miss you TXEER..RIP