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Robert “Tommy” Thomas Meade

May 22, 1943 - May 16, 2022
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Malloy & Son Funeral Home
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Galveston, TX 77550
Wednesday 5/25, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Robert Thomas Meade, 78, of Galveston, passed away Monday, May 16, 2022, at UTMB Hospital.  Tommy was born May 22, 1943 in Galveston and received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. Edward’s University in Austin.  He worked as a CPA for the State of Texas, retiring from Galveston County in June, 2003.  Tommy wasContinue Reading

Amy Olsan and Anna Dixon left a message on May 25, 2022:
Our deepest condolences at this time of much sadness.
Charles Stiglich left a message on May 24, 2022:
I will pray for Tommy’s soul.
Charles Stiglich left a message on May 24, 2022:
A fine person! My prayers for his soul and for the family.
Robert Heyer left a message on May 23, 2022:
Tom was a great friend and coin collector buddy. Will always miss him and our trips to coin shows.
Judy and Todd Thome left a message on May 22, 2022:
Worked at American National around Tom and he was always a sweet, friendly person. Would run into him sometimes at the store and enjoyed talking to him My condolences and prayers to his family. Judy and Todd
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Debbie Karam left a message on May 21, 2022:
Dear Barbie and Cecilia, Sending condolences regarding the loss of Tommy. Sincerely, Debbie (Gonzales) Karam
Jeff Modzelewski left a message on May 21, 2022:
I worked with Tom during the last seven or eight years of his career, at the Galveston County Auditor’s Office. (It’s hard to believe he retired nineteen years ago.) He was a nice man; we shared a lot of stories and had a lot of laughs. He was a walking treasure trove of Galveston history from the mid-twentieth century. R.I.P., Tom.
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Our thoughts remain with you and your family at this time. We are honored by the trust and confidence you have placed in us during this difficult time. – The Staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations
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