Thomas William ( Tom ) McEwen
Tom passed away quietly at home in Edmonton on December 23, 2022.
Tom will be lovingly remembered by his children: Kathy, Jim (Doreen); grandchildren: Bill (Erin), Brad (Krista), Lindsey (Kerry), Daniel (Kaitlin), Rebecca (Justin); great-grandchildren: Sage, Taylor, Sierra, Hayley, Oliver, Jake Elsie and Archer.
He was predeceased by his parents George and Olive, 3 brothers: George, Bob, and Bud.
Tom worked for CN Rail for 40 years before retiring, and he enjoyed fishing, hunting, golf and playing the races. He will be missed by his extended family and many good friends. Tom loved spending time at his home in Mesa, AZ for the last 30 years.
The family is grateful for the care he received at the U of A hospital.
As per Toms' wishes there will be no funeral services held.
Flowers are gratefully declined, if friends so desire, donations in Toms' memory can be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Kathy, Jim, Doreen, Bill, Erin, Brad, Krista, Lindsey, Daniel and the great-grandchildren, I remember Mr. McEwen (Papa Tom) as someone who was always on the go, between his outdoor activities and time in AZ. He had a busy and full life. His presence will be missed with his words of wisdom. My thoughts are with all of you at this time. Hugs Julie
My heart goes out to you and your family , Kathy. Very sorry to hear the news. I’m sure that your dad is finally at peace and enjoying his new home . My heartfelt sympathy to all of you.
So very sorry to hear this news. Tom will be remembered for his love of life, always active, and his gentle soul. My heart goes out to you Kathie and Jim, and the extended family. He will be missed.
We loved Tommy very much and are sad to see him gone. We had many laughs and stories! Hugs to the family
Kathy & Family…………our hearts and prayers go out to you all……
Tom was a very loved neighbour and will be greatly missed……..just to look out the window and not see his smiling face is going to be a forever sadness 🙁 We will miss him very much, and the few years we did get to know him was a blessing in our lives……..For all the wonderful chats we had, will be truly missed.
“Forever in our Hearts”
Don & Barbara
Kathy, Jim & Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Uncle Tom was a great Uncle! I will treasure the memories of hunting in the Fox Creek area and family camping trips when I was much younger. One of my fondest memories is when Uncle Tom would say “Bob, this is your lesson of the day”. Please know that we share in your grief and Uncle Tom will be missed.
Bob and Donna