Granville D. Thomason

Born: Wed., Jul. 14, 1937
Died: Sat., Mar. 10, 2018


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Granville Dexter Thomason, 80, died March 10 at his home surrounded by his family.  Tom/Lefty was predeceased by his wife Lorraine April (Wilbur). He served in the US Navy and retired 25 years at Bristol Myers. Tom is survived by his daughter Sharie Thomason, son Robert Thomason, daughter Laurie Rachetta, son Steven Thomason; five grandchildren and one great grandchild.

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Dave Higgins
   Posted Tue March 20, 2018
My condolences to Rob, Sharie, Laurie, and Steve, on their father's passing. I grew up with Rob and we had a paper route together. Mr. Thomason was always really easygoing and nice. It will seem strange driving by the house and not seeing him standing outside. He will be missed.

Russ Dardeno
   Posted Wed March 21, 2018
I worked with Tom for over 30 years at Bristol. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He will always be remembered as one of the good guys ; and will be missed by all who knew him.

marty sajna
   Posted Wed March 21, 2018
Hey you guys I so sorry about your Dad it is so sad. I know how you guys feel. he will be miss. love marty and family.

Neil Austin
   Posted Sun March 25, 2018
So sorry to read of Tommy's - Lefty to me- passing. We had many a pool
game back in the day...and I seldom won!....just a fabulous low key guy.

Judy Usiatynski
   Posted Mon March 26, 2018
I am so sorry to learn about Tom's passing. He was a good friend and Bristol co-worker of my late husband, Steve. I still kept in touch with him from time to time.

Loretta Buck
   Posted Thu April 12, 2018
I will miss this man. Mr. Thomason was good to all of us (Laurie's friends). I have such great memories of being at The Thomason's home from when I was a young girl to the present (not so young). Mr. Thomason was always welcoming and genuinely happy to see me. He always asked about my family and how I was doing. Our crazy "girl friend" time at the casino was made possible by Mr. Thomason getting us rooms and dinner. It was especially nice when he joined us to eat. I saw you at the end of your time here on earth and was touched by the comfort you found in hearing Laurie's voice. I know all those she told you were waiting to see you are with you and you are enjoying be reunited with them.
Love you,
Loretta

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