Thomas Lewis

May 16, 1946 to November 7, 2020


Thomas B. Lewis of St. John’s Passed away  after a  battle with cancer. He leaves behind his wife Jacqulyn (Stuckless) of 56 years, son Thomas (Nancy) Grandchildren, David, Jordan Brandon, Emma and great grandson Malaki . Tom  also leaves  behind  sister  Betty Blackmore (Ed ) and family,  Brother Pat,(Tor). Sister-in-law: Lorna Stuckless and family, Lillian Warren and family, Marie  (Dave) Elliott and Family, Patrica  Stuckless and family , Mavis Stuckless  and family,  brother in law David Stuckless  (Jan) and family,  also Mark and Renee , Ann and Ray and family, and a large circle of relatives and friends.


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To Mrs Lewis, Tom, Nancy and family,
So sorry for your loss, sending condolences to you all at this sad time.

Mrs. Lewis and family so sorry to hear of Toms passing. Tom passed along a wealth of knowledge to me while I was in the Hydraulic Industry. He was a great teacher and mentor. RIP Tommy Boy.

Aunt Jackie and family;

So sad to hear of Uncle Tom’s passing.. Our deepest condolences to you and all the family.

Jacquelyn and family:
So sad to hear of Tommy’s passing. I worked with Tommy for a few years at TRC Hydraulics and found
he was such a gentle sole. He was very professional in his work and very loyal He will be greatly missed.
God bless you all!

Deepest sympathy to the family
Bill and Donna Warren

Jacquelyn, Tommy, Nancy and all the family:
So sad and shocked to hear of Chic’s passing, condolences and prayers to everyone. Chic was a wonderful guy, very quiet and a true gentleman at all times. I will always cherish all the memories we made when we all lived in Toronto years ago.. God Bless you. Rest In Peace dear Chic.

sorry to here about my dear friend tom passing my sincere condolences to you jackie and your family. all my love randy penney

Our deepest condolences to all of Tom’s family. Tom was someone I always looked up to when we worked together at Nfld Armature Works and also at Island Industrial. May the memories of days gone by, help see you through this difficult time.

Jackie so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing.. Our sincere condolences go out to you.

I was deeply saddened when Gary told me that Tom had passed away. I have many wonderful memories of Tom…whether it was stopping into Newfoundland Armature Works, up to the cabin in Deer Park or at a party at Gary and Gail’s. Tom was always willing to lend you a hand whenever it was needed. I know Dad thought and always spoke very highly of Tom. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers…Take care🙏.
Heather(Holwell), Kevin Murphy and Family