Thomas Taylor Trussell

June 12, 1928 - July 2, 2013
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Thomas Taylor Trussell, 85, of Warwick, MD, passed away suddenly at his home July 2, 2013. Tom was born in Baltimore, MD on June 12, 1928 the firstborn of Edward and Mary Virginia Siefers Trussell. He grew up in Western Maryland and attended school in the New Windsor area. He was always known to beContinue Reading

Lee and Brenda Carboni left a message on October 9, 2013:
We will always remember Tom as being the most friendliest of people. Whenever we would be outside in our yard doing some sort of work he would often stop to chat when driving by.
amy martin dean left a message on July 15, 2013:
I met Tom on a trip to Atlanta in August, 1992 during a meeting with my husband, Greg Dean, ACPA. I ALWAYS remembered Tom and have asked Greg about him over the years. He was such a gentlemen and so interesting and what stood out the most was the adoring eyes he had for his wife! I just loved meeting both of you! So sorry for your loss.
Maggie Creshkoff left a message on July 12, 2013:
Margaret, I am so sorry for your loss.
Karen Price left a message on July 11, 2013:
I was so sorry to hear about Tom I work at Twinnys Place and always waited on him he was one of my favorite customer
Carol Kynett left a message on July 11, 2013:
Margaret, Searching for words proves so difficult.. One just can't express what I feel in my heart today. I do know that the Lord is holding you & will continue to hold you in his arms to help strengthen you when you need him...always know this Margaret. I have no doubt that he played a large part in having Darby here for you these past several months as well, for that we are all thankful. Please know that you are in my prayers & will continue to be. Your fiber friend....Carol
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Jewell Templeton left a message on July 11, 2013:
Rick, My thoughts are with you and your family. Lots of hugs and prayers are being sent your way. Much love, Jewell
Bob Welsh left a message on July 11, 2013:
Margaret and all of Tom's family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Tom, to me, was a true pioneer and an enjoyable man to sit and talk with. His stories were endless and his experiences were vast. Every week he would come to work and see how we were all doing, not only at work but at home as well. He has afforded me the opportunity to work at MQC for the last 22 years and, for that, I am truly grateful.
Antoinette Steele left a message on July 10, 2013:
Rick, You and your family are in my prayers. Unfortunately, I know how you feel. I miss my daddy everyday. God Bless you and your family at this difficult time. Antoinette Steele
jeff arnswald left a message on July 10, 2013:
Margret, There are a lot of words which one could use to describe Tommy. For me the best word that I can use is friend. Yes,Tommy was my friend. So many years have passed that I cannot remember when I first met him. I'm sure it was standing in the middle of an interstate on a grinding project. I have no idea why, but for some reason he took to this kid and believed in me. I guess I figured out that I was OK in his eyes when he gave the nickname"Arnswaggle". Tommy could be tough but was always fair in his business dealings, and yes he did get p*ssed a few times, but at the end of the day we always would sit down for a beer and throw some rolls around at the local eatery. And it did not matter if it was a dive or fine dining the rolls usually flew. Although we did not see each other much over the last several years I thought of Tommy often and the times we had together. It saddens me to hear of his passing and I regret that I didn't get to see him one more time. My condolences to you and the family. God Bless, jeff
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Sue Fabie left a message on July 8, 2013:
I looked forward to seeing Mr. T each week as he came to the office just to check up on us here at MQC. I came to know Tom late in life and would have enjoyed hearing more about his life’s travels. The edited versions of course! I will always admire Tom for his common sense wisdom and unending initiative. I knew I could always count on Tom to speak his mind but at the same time he possessed a sweet humility that made me love him. I regret not having the opportunity to learn more from him. Thank you Mr. Trussell for nurturing MQC and the many families it blesses!
EDWARD LEWIS left a message on July 8, 2013:
I am the Service Manager at Hinder Ford. I looked forward to when Tom would come to our shop for service. Some of the me fondly called him "Uncle Tom." Tom was such a "down to earth" person that we would joke with him to get him to lay his "pearls" of wisdom on us. His laughter was contagious, his mild manor was uplifting and the way he treated others was superior!
Rick Shirk left a message on July 8, 2013:
While I have only known Tom for about 10 years, time spent with him was treasured. He could always make me laugh as we would discuss the way the construction and hunting industries have changed. I send my deepest regrets to hear of his passing. As I was known to Tom and others as just Cowboy, I will miss my wonderful friend but knowing he is looking down watching me and laughing will help me through this time. So sorry for the worlds loss. Cowboy
Randy Larzelere left a message on July 7, 2013:
RIP Tom, you were a good neighbor and friend.
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