Celebration of Life
Saturday January 8th, 2022
1:00pm - 4:00pm
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Thomas L. Barlow
Thomas L. Barlow, age 76, of Hondo, Texas passed away on December 21, 2021, in San Antonio. Thomas was born in San Antonio, Texas on November 14, 1945, to Tom and Verine Finger Barlow. Thomas was one of three brothers.
Thomas was a Vietnam War veteran (USAF), who married his high school sweetheart and had 3 children during their 43 year marriage that only ended upon his wife, Donna Marie Barlow’s passing in 2006. Thomas had 3 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild, who he got to meet and hold.
Thomas was preceded in death by his parents Tom and Verine Barlow, his wife Donna Marie Barlow, and his son James Buckley Barlow.
Thomas is survived by his son Thomas Scott Barlow, daughter Lisa Marie Barlow, brothers Jon Barlow and James Barlow, grandchildren Jourdan, Meagan, Chance, and great-grandchild Owen.
A private ceremony will be held at the grave site. Tom’s wish was to have some Willie Nelson music playing, some good food, and a couple drinks on him one last time. Visitation with the family is hosted by James and Betty Barlow Saturday, January 8, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at their D’Hanis residence. As a relaxed, backyard setting, come comfortable and enjoy the fellowship, drinks and snacks. Due to our current Covid pandemic, should you wish to come with protective covering, it is your choice though not required.
Services are under the direction of Hondo Funeral Home.
Tom befriended me when I was staying with Jim and Carolyn Tankersley. I helped him on his farms on weekends which usually ended with cocktails and beans a card game . I drove a shitty car that I'd park out in front of of his house in San Antonio that would piss him off and he'd make me park it in his garage. Tom got wind I was pretty messed up when my wife left me and called and told me to get my ass down there I said I didn't have the money for a plane ticket. He said Carolyn will make the reservations just get ur ass here.I went back and forth between Texas and New York to work and ended up staying in New York. To raise my boy . Tom and I would call each other and a lot of bullshit could've been heard . We had a lot of laughs. Last time I saw Tom was when he lived in Arkansas then I talked to him after his stroke then he didn't want to talk anymore. I had a hell of a lot of respect for that man gonna miss him
Pat Farrell Jan 7 2022 2:56 PM
So sorry to hear about Tom's death. My condolences to his family
Dennis Dvorak Dec 31 2021 8:58 PM