Condolences for Thomas Lee Magro

 

James F. Cribbett Jr. posted on 6/11/21

I am so sorry for your loss. I knew your mother and father very well, your father, Tubby, escorted my first Wife, Sara Cribbett, to the cemetery on his police motorcycle in 1968. Him and my father, James Cribbett Sr. were good friends. My father owned the Tip Top Package Shop and I remember some great New Year Eve parties at the store. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Armin (Tom) Groesch posted on 6/11/21

Knew Tom back in the day,did not know he served about the same time, 15 miles from me in the Nam.Reconnected with him about ten years of so ago,Tom even while sick helped me with some stuff I was dealing with from that time.He did all this while he was suffering.He taught me a lot about life and myself,as I told him,he is/was, one of the heroes I met who had cancer.Tom was the epitome of dignity and class, as I said the last time we hooked up,I will see you soon my brother in Christ.

 

 

Bill and Joyce Bradshaw posted on 6/10/21

We have far too many memories to fill this space. I think we covered the important ones in our Honor Flight letters. From removing skunks in Miles City to traveling down the Mississippi in a John boat. As we said before it was a wild ride knowing Tom and we are so grateful we got to go along for the ride. Looking forward to seeing him again when we all make it to Heaven. Love you Magro Family.

 

Trisha Lind posted on 6/10/21

My thoughts and prayers are with the Magro family.

 

Misty Clapp posted on 6/10/21

I'm so sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers during this difficult time.