Remember me when I am gone away,
Gone far away into the silent lands
When you can no more hold me by the hand.
A vestige of the thoughts that once I had
Better by far you should forget and smile
Than that you should remember and be sad.
Damon Hearne has graciously offered to scan the pictures.
He has done a beautiful job honoring our long ago friends.
Tim Beaver's beloved wife, Elke, passed away on May 4th while in Hospice care. She had a rare hereditary disease called OPMD which is a form of muscular dystrophy. They had been dealing with fighting it's debilitating effects for years. The effects had escalated since February. Here is Beav's information.
1804 Lazy Lane High Point, NC 27265
The funeral is Friday, May 11th at Cumby Chapel and Funeral Home
Eastchester Drive High Point ,NC
So sorry to hear about the passing of Tommy Scarborough. I apologize for being so late in posting. 6/11/19
Leslie, his sister sent more information about Tommy. Thomas (Tommy) Scarborough left this world on June, 6, 2019. Tommy graduated in 1968 from Myers Park,and U.N.C.C. in 1973. Tommy stayed in Charlotte with his own business until 1987. In 1987 Tommy moved to North Myrtle Beach (you can not take the beach out of a Scarborough.) Tommy worked for Toyota for 25 years. Tommy's dream was to move to an Island. He and Terri moved to Puerto Rico, they enjoyed the Island until Hurricane Irene hit the Island leaving them with no water. Terri had a wedding to attend in Charlotte.Tommy decided to stay on the Island. (Much to my dismay) That is when Hurricane Maria hit the Island with complete destruction. Tommy fought his way back climbing hills for water. He and his boy(dog) survived! He and Terri moved to Kannapolis, N.C. His dream was still to live at the beach. Tommy was always laughing, quick witted and just an all around nice guy. I miss my brother so much. Tommy's soul passed thru my soul with that sign, I know "Tommy had a peaceful transition to the other side" Please add a special Thanks to John Sadoff for standing by Tommy in his last months.
If anyone would like to contact me regarding Tommy, I would love it. Phone # 864-650-5810, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tommy was survived by survived by his wife Terri Horn Scarborough Leslie Scarborough Henderson, sister and William ( Billy) Scarborough.