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John "Tom" Thomas Ferguson

John Thomas "Tom" Ferguson, 83, resident of 223 Main St. Due West, SC died Tuesday Sept. 19, 2006 at Hospice of the Upstate in Anderson, SC.

Born in Abbeville, SC he was a son of the late Charlie and Corrie Evans Ferguson.

He was a US Marine Corp. veteran of World War II. He was a retired employee of E-Systems of Greenville in Airplane Maintenance. He was also a member of the Due West ARP Church.

Survivors include a brother B. Harold Ferguson of Mountain Home, TN, 3 sisters Mable E. Ferguson of Savannah, GA, Betty S. Scearce of Chandler, AZ and Barbara LaBrecque of Rumson, NJ, a special nephew Tim Ferguson of North Augusta, SC; nieces Yvonne Deane of Manaquan, NJ, Amanda Stevens Fair Haven, NJ, Susan Ellis of Phoenix, AZ and Leslie Bumgardner of Lexington, SC, nephews Phil Scearce of New Smyrna Beach, FL, Mike Ferguson of Charleston, SC, Johnny Ferguson Aiken, SC and Thomas Ferguson of Greer, SC.

Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Upstate, 1835 Rogers Rd. Anderson, SC 29621 or Due West ARP Church, 112 N. Main St. Due West, SC 29639.

Service

Little Mountain Presbyterian Church Cemetery
3836 Hwy 28 N
Abbeville, SC  29620
Sept 21, 2006
10:00 AM

Interment

Little Mountain Presbyterian Church Cemetery
3836 Hwy 28 N
Abbeville ,  SC  29620

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Guestbook

May you soar with the angels and know that as an uncle you were loved.

Amanda Stevens Sep 20 2006 12:00 AM

Uncle Tom was an uncle who was always there at home and who always had a smile for us even when he'd just come home from work. My special memory was of him hand-churning the homemade vanilla ice cream that Aunt Mable always made for us each summer when we'd visit. It always tasted sweeter because we knew how much work and effort it took to make it special for us. He will be missed by us all and his memory will always remain deep in our hearts. God Bless You Uncle Tom. I wish we could be there today, but we're there in spirit, thinking of you, saying prayers for you and loving you. xo Yvonne, Bob, Brett & Ryan Deane

Yvonne & Robert Deane Sep 20 2006 12:00 AM