Tommy Malcolm Townsend

October 22, 1931 - February 15, 2015
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After a long, fascinating and wonderful life, Tommy M. Townsend passed away on Sunday, February 16, 2015 at the age of 83. “Big Tommy” was a B.O.I. – born on Galveston Island, Texas on October 22, 1931, the only child of Tom Harry and Roxie Mae Thompson Townsend. Having graduated from Ball High School inContinue Reading

Jason & Trish Franklin left a message on November 30, -0001:
So very sorry for your loss. May Tommy R.I.P. He was my grandfathers (TJ Townsend) cousin.
Carol McCoggins left a message on November 30, -0001:
I'm blessed to have had a final visit with our sweetheart Friday, and will always remember how his eyes lit up when you came into the room singing Side by Side. I thought Tommy could have jumped out of bed at the sight of Captain Bobby walking in, and will cherish being a part of the special moments when those two very dear friends met again for the last time. Tommy's life and legend will live on well after all of us meet again in the hereafter, and I thank you both for sharing your love and laughter, joy and wisdom with us all. - Carol
Michelle Robinson left a message on November 30, -0001:
Cathy....Tommy was one of a kind and will missed greatly....especially by ME!! He was a mentor, a gentleman and mostly....a friend!! God watch over you and your entire family, as Tommy makes his path to Heaven!!
cliff mabry left a message on November 30, -0001:
I shared some really special times with Tommy onstage. What larks! When he did Steambath with me at UHCL, his costume consisted of boxer underwear. My challenge was to keep him from walking all over campus that way! Not always successful. He's the only actor I ever gave notes to while sitting in his truck. I'll miss Tommy.
Susan Tomasino left a message on November 30, -0001:
Cathy, this is Rachel's daughter. We are so sorry to hear about Tommy's passing. I just learned of his stroke in recent days and then of his passing. Our prayers be with you at this time. Tommy was a good man.
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Louisa and Mike Martin left a message on November 30, -0001:
Cathy and family, we're so sad to hear the news of Tommy's passing. Yes, it was a long struggle, but it's always hard to lose someone. Take care. We so enjoyed Mardi Gras at you house in the past with John Lackey.
Jack Westin left a message on November 30, -0001:
Sad to lose Tommy. He was an interesting guy to know. I’m glad to have worked with him on quite a few productions over the years. he was in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum- the first musical I directed at COM. Tommy was a man of many talents and surprises. I especially enjoyed working with him on “Box Thirteen” and “The Best Li’l Whorehouse in Texas.”- ironically the last musical I did at COM. Tommy brought a rare kind of benevolent ferocity to the role of the Sheriff - amazingly effective. Sorry I wasn’t able to be at his funeral, I understand it was very nice. He will be missed. Jack Westin
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