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Thomas McCoy Powers

Thomas McCoy Powers, 80, of Summerville, companion of Eleanor D Edwards, died Tuesday.

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Pam Lindsey

Eleanor, Bryan, Russell: I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt regrets. First for your loss and secondly, that I was unable to make it there for Mickey’s service as I did for his brother Bill’s. Not a night has gone by since I heard of his passing that I didn’t think of just how much he affected my life all those years ago. I remembered: He was a grown man who was a big kid He was always my favorite cousin We had road trips to and from D.C. His rounded fingernails fascinated me as a child His big hearty laugh – he would crack up or joke about the slightest thing He blew his “Kool” brand cigarette smoke into my glass jar of honey bees & we shook it up to see what would happen to them We had never seen a live lobster until he chased us around the house with one I remembered that his birthday was on the fourth of July He loved to watch cartoons He assisted me in planning and executing my two-phased escape from an abusive relationship. And as my eyes well-up looking at his photo; I realized he was my friend. I wish I had made an opportunity to tell him so.

Published June 10th, 2024
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Pam Lindsey

Eleanor, Bryan, Russell: I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt regrets. First for your loss and secondly, that I was unable to make it there for Mickey’s service as I did for his brother Bill. Not a night has gone by since I heard of his passing that I didn’t think of just how much he affected my life all those years ago. I remembered: He was a big kid He was always my favorite cousin We had road trips to and from D.C. His rounded fingernails fascinated me as a child His big hearty laugh – he would crack up or joke about the slightest thing He blew his “Kool” brand cigarette smoke into my glass jar of honey bees & we shook it up to see what would happen to them We had never seen a live lobster until he chased us around the house with one I remembered that his birthday was on the fourth of July He loved to watch cartoons He assisted me in planning and executing my two-phased escape from an abusive relationship. And as my eyes well-up looking at his photo; I realized he was my friend. I wish I had made an opportunity to tell him so.

Published June 10th, 2024
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