Tom Martin


Norman Thomas “Tom” Martin passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his family, on Thursday, November 4
th, 2021.

Tom was born in London, Ontario in 1952 to the late Norman and Delrose Martin. He will be missed by his family and leaves behind his daughter Tina Martin, Justin Martin (son-predeceased), Ava Ronse (great granddaughter- predeceased), grandchildren Payton, Brodie MacWilliams and Destiny Travis, great grandchildren Emii Lynn Campeau and Zander Ronse. He will also be sadly missed by siblings Terry (Angela) Martin, Dianne (Rob) Colby, Deborah (Bill) Green, Melrose (Lam) Vo, his nieces and nephews and long life friend Al McKimm.

Tom lived his life the way he wanted up until the very end.

After attending Lambton College, Tom went on to enjoy working as a carpenter and owning Sunburst Home Improvements. He loved spending time playing pool and cribbage, fishing and drinking beer , in his man cave with family and friends. A private family celebration of Tom’s life will take place at a later date. Donations may be directed to the Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada.

11 Comments on “Tom Martin”

  1. Dear Tina, And Extended Family,

    ” God Saw Tom Was Getting Tired …

    And No Cure Was There To Be.

    So He Put His Arms Around Him …

    And Whispered Come With Me.”

    *

    ” Blessed Are Those Who Mourn, For They Shall Be Comforted. ”

    *

    R.I.P. ~ Tom

  2. So very sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. He was an excellent carpenter and did great work at our house. Deepest condolences to the entire family.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with Toms entire family.
    Frank and Carol VanDeHogen.

  4. So sorry to hear of the loss of your father Tina.
    My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  5. Tom was a great man. He was always there when we needed him. He helped us for many years. We will miss him

  6. Hey bro, i miss you already .I will never forget our time together.
    Our scenic routes to London n back.
    The special bonds with love, laughter n talks we shared.
    I will always hold you close to my heart and treasure the time we had together.
    Until we meet again, my love I send.
    Sister Deb

  7. Rest in peace Tom…we had some good times in our youth. I didn’t see you very often lately, but I am sad I will see you no more

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