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Annie and Jason Languasco posted a condolence
Friday, March 29, 2019To Tom's Family - please accept our deepest sympathy. When we moved to Basking Ridge, Tom was our first friend here and he was so kind to us. I have good memories of many times we talked about our shared love of Gilbert and Sullivan operas. We miss him very much. You are in our thoughts and prayers. -Annie and Jason Languasco
Sara DuFresne posted a condolence
Monday, March 25, 2019My mother, Georgeina (Tom's surviving sister) and I, grieve this loss. Our condolences.
Glenn S. Borsky posted a condolence
Monday, March 25, 2019I am heart broken to hear this. Mr. Day was my 7th grade teacher and he taught both of my brothers too. I remember his kindness and his love for teaching. To have a teacher who you could tell really cared about his students was everything. I loved reading the Outsiders, Call of the wild, and the Giver in his class. He was one of my favorite teachers of all time. I don't say that lightly. He left a love for reading that has carried on for me to this day. I just want to send my condolences and thoughts to his family.
Richard Meskowitz posted a condolence
Saturday, March 23, 2019Worked with Tom for many years and I can safely say for all that worked with him in Randolph that he was a wonderful part of the fabric of our lives-Elvis has left the building:(
Jeannine Majewski posted a condolence
Saturday, March 23, 2019To Tom's Family, I was saddened to hear of Tom's passing. I worked with Tom for many years at Randolph Middle School where we both taught Language Arts. I learned so much from Tom and still think of him often especially when I teach The Outsiders. Each year he would dress up as a greaser for his classes and we all loved it! He brought much joy to his classes as well as to his colleagues. He will always hold a special place in my heart as he helped me be a better teacher. He was a special man with a kind heart. I am so sorry for your loss. He will be missed.
Jim Searing posted a condolence
Thursday, March 21, 2019Tom had a wonderful calling: Being there for the next generation, as a teacher and a father. His jokes were corny yet he created a comfortable and safe place for learning in his classes. Tom's parents were wonderful people, always open to the community, and I think they gave him a lot of unconditional love which he shared with many others. He had an inner light, and a ready smile. RIP Tom; thank you for sharing your light with us. You will be missed and remembered.
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Thursday, March 21, 2019
Lt. Jon Burger posted a condolence
Wednesday, March 20, 2019To the Day Family, My deepest sympathy for your loss. He will be deeply missed by the members of the Bernards Township Police Department and I who called him often, will miss the sound of his voice and good nature. Sincerely, Lt. Jon Burger
Tom and Patti Lusto posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 19, 2019To Tom's Family: We are deeply sorry for your loss. We will remember your Tom as a fellow 1970 PHS graduate with affection. May his memory be a blessing in all our lives.
Emily posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 19, 2019With my sincere and deepest condolences to your family. May the sympathy and love of others and Gods words ( 2 Corin 1:2-4 ) give you the comfort you need at this time.
James Walzer posted a condolence
Sunday, March 17, 2019I have enjoyed knowing Tom since we were both members of the Key club at Parsippany High School in 1967. He may well be the nicest persons I've ever known. He remained that way all of his life. I will miss him. My deepest condolences to his friends and family.