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Condolences:

SHANNON BROOKS CHATLOS February 22, 2020
When I think about Tom, I see his larger-than-life smile and hear him laughing in amusement at whatever was going on. One thing is for sure, he CHERISHED his family and seeing them laugh and smile made him SO happy. He had such a special sense of humor and made everyone feel so welcome. Your family is so close and so loving � this is a tremendous loss. I LOVE you Sealock family!!!

HOLLY HUFF GORE February 22, 2020
Melissa so sorry for your loss thinking of you and your family

PEG AND FERRIS HARMON, HUNTSVILLE AL February 22, 2020
Merideth, Joe, Riley and Hunt, we are so sorry to hear about Mr. Sealock. I know you were very close and he must have been so proud of his beautiful family. We are thinking of you with love and prayers.

VICKIE SMITH WILLIAMS AND FAMILY. ATLANTA February 23, 2020
Jane , we were so sad to hear this news. Much love to you and your family

RAY & SHERRY DEATON February 23, 2020
Jane we are so sorry to hear about Tom. We�re really upset as we have talked for years about getting together with you two. Now we have waited too long. Please know that you are in our thoughts at this time of sorrow.

GINNY AND BUZZ BIDDLE. February 23, 2020
Jane,,
We are so sad to hear about Tom. He was one of those special people � to know him was to love him. We will miss him so much. Our hearts go out to you and your family. We love you.

JIM AND ALANA LOBOZZO February 23, 2020
We send our love and support. Prayers for all continue to lift you up in this time of need.

JACKIE AND TOM DORSEY February 23, 2020
Tom and I both loved the fact that we were getting to know Tom and Jane better since their move to Amelia Island. We have had so many fun and happy times in the last few months with them. We are going to miss Tom�s wonderful smile and his great wit. He was a special person!

JOYCE CHUMLEY February 23, 2020
So sorry to hear about Tom I am praying for your family at this difficult time .

TIFFANY ARNLOD February 25, 2020
Dear Jane, Melisaa and Meredith, Im truly so sorry for your loss. You were truly blessed to have the wonderful family youve always had. Youre all in my prayers. I remember your dad from Cotton Creek in tge 70s. Good people. Bless your hearts

MIRIAM WEST March 11, 2020
I hope in time your hearts will heal.

Thomas D. Sealock

2020-02-18

On Monday, February 17, 2020 Thomas Donnell Sealock, loving husband and father of two daughters, passed away.

Tom was born on May 24, 1949 in Columbus, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his parents, Kay Sealock Shipton and Donn Sealock.

Tom leaves behind the love of his life, Jane Eanes Sealock and daughters, Melissa Sealock Perryman (Andy Gatewood) and Merideth Sealock Houseman (Joe Houseman). He also leaves behind his grandchildren, Alexander Perryman, Ella Kate Perryman, Riley Jane Houseman and Huntington Houseman all of whom were his pride and joy.

Tom embraced life in the south after moving from Ohio with his siblings whom he loved immensely. Siblings include older sister, Kathie Sealock Kirts (John Kirts) and two younger brothers, Steve Sealock (Vickie Slade Sealock) and Doug Sealock (Abbie Sealock). He also adored his nieces and nephews; Laura Sealock Johnson, Brian Sealock, Kevin Kirts, Lisa Kirts Rhodes and Tommy Sealock along with his great-nieces and nephews. Tom also loved extended family including Charles Slade and the rest of the Slade family, Cathy Smith (Dave, David Jr. and Michelle) and Claudia Gatewood.

Tom and Jane both attended Cross Keys High School in Atlanta, Georgia. After marrying on August 9, 1969, Tom served in the United States Army from 1969-1972. He received several commendations including the Air Medal and Vietnam Service Medal as well as two Sharp Shooter medals as a member of the 335th Assault Helicopter Company �Cowboys�.

Tom went on to build a lucrative career as an executive in freight logistics. Prior to retiring, he finished his career alongside family in the family-run business Community Waste Services.

Tom and Jane retired to Amelia Island with their beloved Golden Retriever, Matt. Each day was spent celebrating life and watching sunsets at the beach together.

Everyone who knew Tom will remember his unselfish manner, his beautiful smile, his loyalty, compassion and sense of humor. One of his favorite quotes was �So Far, So Good�, and it truly was.

A memorial service will be held in Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, Georgia at at 11:00 am on Monday, March 9, 2020 with Military Honors.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project (https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/default.aspx?tsid=10043&ovr_acv_id=5246) or the Nassau Humane Society on Amelia Island (https://nassauhumane.org/donate/).