Condolences for Thomas Russell Holm

Kadri Vural posted on 7/23/20

Nancy and daughters, I am so sorry for your loss, my deep condolences. As you may remember Tom and I met at grad school at Caltech. He was one of my best friends there. Basketball was one of our common interests, we went to movies together. We communicated constantly after we graduated and sent each other photos of our families. If you remember, you visited me at Thousand Oaks several years ago. He was as decent, honest, and good as a person can get. Very, very sorry for your loss. Kadri Vural

 

Chris Stohr posted on 7/13/20

Nancy and Family, I knew Tom and enjoyed working with him on a few occasions. Tom had a wry sense of humor and was a fun guy to work with. He was knowledgeable and freely shared his expertise. My thoughts are with you. Chris

 

Jerry Jensen posted on 7/10/20

I’m so very sad to hear of Toms passing. I have so many memories of him growing up, from at the cabin to the family holiday gatherings, and yes, even listening to him trying to learn the trombone!! Luckily I was able to have dinner with him at John & Patty’s when he was out west. I’ll miss him. Please extend my condolences to the girls. Jerry

 

Mary Reger posted on 7/2/20

Nancy, I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of Thomas. I just saw him a couple times mowing your lawn recently. (We live behind you in the house that's on Rebecca). I was surprised to hear from Erin (my Erin) that he passed away. May the Lord bless all of you at this difficult stage in life. Hugs to all of you. Take care~ Mary Reger

 

Sara Hook posted on 7/2/20

Nancy I am so very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Holding you in prayers and thoughts right now.

 

Mary Anne Jusko (Johnson) posted on 7/1/20

Dear Nancy, my heart breaks for the loss of your lovely Tom. Erin, Katie, and Emily, hugs and love to you and your families, you were loved as only a great father can love. Prayers for you from your Robeson Family. Ms. (Johnson) Jusko

 

Susan Monte posted on 7/1/20

Nancy, so sad to hear of your loss. Keeping your family in my prayers...

 

Dave Larson posted on 6/30/20

It was my privilege to collaborate with Tom on project to assess the feasibility of using groundwater in conjunction geothermal heat pumps. He was an exemplary colleague to work with; I hold him in great regard. With deepest sympathy to Nancy and family.

 

Myrna K Johnson posted on 6/29/20

Tom has been a shining example of a loyal church member at Good Shepherd. My husband and I took comfort in knowing that Tom was part of our congregation. He will be truly missed. Things won't be the same without him.

 

Joan Crockett posted on 6/29/20

Dear Nancy and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know Tom well, but knowing the closeness of your family, I know this is a very sad time and these times make it hard to offer support. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Sandie Osterbur posted on 6/29/20

I worked with Tom at the Water Survey for many years. He was always so interesting to talk to. He was a very respected man and will be sorely missed