Thomas Franklin Pace

May 2, 1953 - August 29, 2012
Thomas Franklin Pace

Thomas ìTomî Pace, 59, of Edneyville died suddenly Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at Mission Hospitals in Asheville.

He is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Marcia Jones Pace; his twin children, Robert Pace and Katie Pace Connor and husband, Matt; and sister, Becky Pace Conner of North Pole, AK.

A Celebration of his Life will be from 2 ñ 4 PM Saturday at his home. Casual attire is encouraged.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the donorís favorite charity.

Shuler Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.


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  • September 03, 2012
    Martha Ward says:
    Marcia, I am so sorry to hear about Tom. It sounds like he died from the same thing Ralph did. It is such a shock to your system. My prayers will be with you during this time and for months to come. It is a terrible tragedy. May God bless you.

  • September 01, 2012
    Joan Wilson says:
    I am so sorry for your loss. Tommy was always so kind to me. Love, J

  • September 01, 2012
    Krissie Red says:
    Dear Marcia, Robert, Katie and family, My deepest sympathies. Tom was a great guy to work with and just an all-around nice man. Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayer of many, many people today and in the days to come. Peace.

  • September 01, 2012
    Rita Capps Harris says:
    So sorry for your loss Love and memories Rita Capps Harris

  • September 01, 2012
    Doug Moon says:
    Tommy Pace was one of those guys in high school on the football field you wanted to avoid because he could sure put a hurtin' on you but when you needed a friend or an uplift you looked for him because he could bring the laughter. His word was his bond, we never signed a contract, never got a quote from; he gave you an excellent job for a fair price. I will miss seeing him and talking old times. All of us that knew him will forever carry a story about him and a piece of him in our heart. Marcia and family, thank you for sharing him with us. My prayers for peace in your time of loss.