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Thomas E. Cave

Date of Death: September 15, 2015
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Friday 9/18, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
399 Apple Pie Ridge Road
Winchester, VA 22603
Saturday 9/19, 4:00 pm

Thomas Eugene Cave, 69, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Tuesday, September 15, 2015, at his home.            Mr. Cave was born in 1945, in Winchester, Virginia, the son of the late Edward H. and Florence C. Cave.  He was a Veteran having served in the United States Army, Special Forces, from October 1965 toContinue Reading

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James Yancey Sr. left a message on September 17, 2015:
I grew up with Tommy and have know him for many years, it saddens me to hear of his passing. My condolences go out to his entire family.....
Pauline Vaughan left a message on September 17, 2015:
TOM lived his life as in charge as any man could be. God Bless all the family . My thoughts are with the family.
Diana Rust left a message on September 17, 2015:
I stayed with Tom when he had his recent knee replacement. He was a determined man and recovered well from that surgery so he could hunt again. He was a dear friend. I wish I could have been there his last few weeks to help with his care - I am serving a mission in Tennessee at this time. If I was in VA, I'd have been there. He is now with the wife he truly loved. Love and prayers to his family.
Larry Willingham left a message on September 17, 2015:
I worked with Tom for many years at Verizon. After we both retired he would call me with the telephone company news. I will miss him.
Kay Kitner left a message on September 18, 2015:
Tom was a neighbor of mine on Manitou.He was always looking after the community and I knew he would be checking into any problems. He will be missed. He was a good neighbor and friend.
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Lee Willey left a message on September 19, 2015:
Tommy will be sadly missed by anyone who had a acquaintance with him. We owned Willey's Grocery Store on Highland where Tommy and i grew up and he would visit sometimes and have a soda. We would talk about anything from A to Z and i would get to hear his strange laugh you could never forget.We spent some time hunting and a little fishing but most of all just talking and laughing about things happening then and as always girls.Spent a lot of time on the bench in front of store together playing checkers or something. Outstanding person to be around and would do anything he could for you. Had some great stories every time i would run into him around town. He will be sadly missed by a great number and my condolences to the family.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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