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In Memory

Tommy Pack

Tommy Pack

William Thomas Pack, April 3, 1945—April 11, 2016

William Thomas Pack, 71, of Shiloh Community in Robertson County, Texas, passed away on Monday, April 11, 2016, in Austin, Texas. Services are set for 10 a.m. Friday, April 15, at McCauley Funeral Home Chapel. Keith Petteway will officiate. Burial will follow in the Wheelock Cemetery.

Tommy was born on April 3, 1945, in Bryan, Texas, to Norman M. and Dorcas Upricht Pack. He received his master's degree from Sam Houston State University and was employed with Monarch Paper Company for 28 years before his retirement. He had been a resident of Shiloh since 2010, having previously lived in Houston for many years.

Tommy was a member of the Central Baptist Church in College Station. He was preceded in death by his father and grandparents. Survivors include his mother, Dorcas Pack of Shiloh; sister and brother-in-law, Charissa and Darrell French of Shiloh; brother and sister-in-law, Albert C. and Debbie Pack of Kingwood, Texas.

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04/15/16 05:49 PM #1    

Charlotte Cole (Wilson)

Tommy and I go way back to Travis.  I always liked sitting by him because I knew he wouldn't steal my pencil and eraser like Jimmy Coody liked to do.  He was very smart and I liked his handwriting, too.  He was also very polite and it was a pleasure to stand in line by him.  He didn't push or shove.  When we got to Lamar, I thought that he and Carol Ann Hill could be brother and sister because their faces favored in my mind.  I have very plesant memories of Tommy.  I'm glad that we shared our school years together.

04/16/16 10:16 AM #2    

Amelia (Amy) Tucker (Bell)

I remember that in elementary school, we used to chase Tommy on the playground. I think we threatened to kiss him, but he was very fast. We never did, & I don't remember who we was. So sorry for another classmate to be gone.

04/16/16 12:11 PM #3    

David Risinger

My friendship with Tommy began in junior high and went through high school graduation. We attended the same church and were in many classes together including choir.  He possessed a great tenor singing voice and attended Sam Houston on a music scholarship  Also, very intelligent guy.  A great gentleman and scholar. Blessings on him. 

04/16/16 12:54 PM #4    

Linda Garner (Adams Prock)

Tommy was both a gentleman and a gentle man. He was polite and kind and always had a smile and a kind word. He was a pleasure to be around. I'm happy that he was my friend.


04/16/16 01:40 PM #5    

Jo Ann Blazek (Peters)

So sad to lose a friend.  Tommy was such a nice young man and friend.  Makes me sad that we didn't keep in touch as years rolled by.

04/17/16 11:53 AM #6    

Dave Mayfield

So sad.  A sweet and gentle soul.  

04/17/16 06:06 PM #7    

Phil Cox

Tommy had a big smile. He normally let others do the talking. I bet he enjoyed retirement in Shiloh.

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