Thomas Luther Ragan

September 10, 1942 - April 10, 2014
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Thomas L. Ragan, age 71, of Rising Sun, MD, passed away on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at his home in Rising Sun, MD. He was born September 9, 1942 in West Grove, PA to the late Arthur and Catherine (Craig) Ragan. Tom retired as an accountant for Thiokol. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending timeContinue Reading

Terry left a message on April 22, 2014:
For years I had the good fortune to be a part of Tom's "Ship of Fools" as he labeled us in the Thunder Hill camp log. Many of my best memories were lived out in those days with Tom and Mike and for that opportunity and their friendship, I am forever grateful. Another of the really good people has passed and Tom will be greatly missed. We are the better for having known him and offer our prayers and condolences to his family. Terry & Chrissy Gallimore
Tim and Lenna Schack left a message on April 22, 2014:
It was always good to see Tom. He was always the same, outgoing and friendly. We're sure that heaven holds a special place for him.
Pam WHitecavage-Kincaid left a message on April 21, 2014:
Mr Ragan has been a neighbor for a long time. They bought our old house. We didn't visit much but we always ran into each other at different functions. The last time was at the NRA banquet. My parents bought Black Forest Inn in Pa and guess who can in and sat at the bar and surprised us. Him and Dad always sat and talked. My neices and nephew grew up visiting Mrs Ragan and were very sad at her passing. We were away last week and didn't get to go to the services. I was to extend my deepest condolences. He will be missed. You will be in my prayers.
Bill McKeown left a message on April 18, 2014:
Tom and I worked side by side for some time at Thiokol, and had spent many lunch hours at Pine Grove. I always loved his stories and awaited new ones after each adventure to the mountains. After he left Thiokol, I would pop in time to time just to catch up and here of his latest adventures. I will truly miss Tom. May his beer always be cold and his fishing rod bent with those fish on from heaven.
Carole Shoemaker left a message on April 18, 2014:
Tom and I used to go out to Lee Brown's when we were young and ride Bonnie and Tony, the two ponies Lee used to have. One day for some reason I was leading Tom on the pony along the road. A car was coming so I stopped and was holding the pony and the pony stepped on my foot and stayed there until the car finally went past. Tom and Lee thought that was soooo funny! My grandparents, Vi and Al Smoke used to be good friends with Tom's parents. I don't know whether Bobby would remember them or not. I also have a picture of the garage Pud, his Dad, ran next to what is now Numzees. If any family members are interested you can contact Lonnie or I at 610-932-9804. I was also a good friend and classmate of Tom's wife, Janice.
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Lonnie Shoemaker left a message on April 18, 2014:
The first time I met Tom was at Boy Scouts. I will always remember when we were out somewhere and got a hamburger, and it might have been a little rare, he would always say, put a bandaid on that thing and put it back in the pasture. We did a lot of things together when in school and sometimes a lot of us did things together like putting a toilet in the middle of Oxford one night.
Cheryl Mckeown left a message on April 18, 2014:
To the family of Tom Reagan. So sorry for your loss I worked at Thiokol and knew Tom. He was a very nice person. my prayers are with you God Bless
Benjamin and Carolyn Sacks left a message on April 17, 2014:
May your soul be at peace with your beloved wife, Janice. What God joined together in life, has now been reunited once again through death. Rest in peace, brother.
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