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Thomas Olin Hooker

January 16, 1960 - May 19, 2020
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Thomas Olin Hooker, 60, of Easley, died on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Born in Greenville, he was the son of Edna Hooker Tucker and the late William Yancy Hooker. He was employed by Jennings Dill. Thomas is survived by his children,Cynthia Hardin and Gabriel Hooker; grandchildren,Zakiya Hardin and Haliyah Hardin; adopted children, Crystal Howard, VanessaContinue Reading

julie kay left a message on September 20, 2020:
U was a friend and was always laughing,u will b missed.
Stephanie left a message on May 27, 2020:
I grew up around Tommy and will always cherish the memories of him.  
Tracy Mills left a message on May 25, 2020:
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Tracy Mills left a message on May 25, 2020:
I'm going to miss you Uncle Tommy. We had some good memories going fishing, hanging out at bonfires and even through the craziest moments, I love you and hope you're up there with mama Edna. I know she has been waiting when time has come. Give her a big hug 4 me and let her know I miss her deeply. Take care up there uncle Tommy. I love u
Betty Dounelis left a message on May 24, 2020:
So sorry to learn Tommy's death. He was my cousin...named after my grandfather...was always loved..Prayers for all the family..

with love  Betty Brown Dounelis , Dacusville 
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Vickie Roper left a message on May 23, 2020:
Oh my friend you are so missed. Love you like a brother.
Tina Clark left a message on May 23, 2020:
I've loved you all my life. You have been here and you were there when I came in this world and you were always there. I tried to do my best after mama went to heaven to be here for you when she wasn't. You made me laugh and you made me proud and you even made me worry sometimes but one thing I always knew you always loved me as much as I love you. Thank you for being my brother. I'll always be your Tinker Bell 
                        always in my heart
                        your baby sister
                             Tina
Mike and Yvonne Ellis left a message on May 23, 2020:
We were sorry to hear about Tommy. We all grew up in the same neighborhood and went to school together. May God comfort you all at this time.
Craig Bryant left a message on May 23, 2020:
Hook, I love you Brother and you will surely be missed but not forgotten.  When you get to heaven say hello to Edna for me. Tell her I still think about and talk about her all the time.  You will be the same lord knows I got a few thousand story's to remind everybody about. I love you man until we meet again.  Fly high my true brother
Vickie Roper left a message on May 23, 2020:
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Perry Garrett left a message on May 22, 2020:
Sorry to hear about Tommy. Grew up with him and Danny at the old Skating rink.  We had some great times. So sorry..
JULE CLARK left a message on May 22, 2020:
TOMMY IT WAS SO GOOD TO SEE YOU A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO!! IT TAUGHT ME ONE THING TO NEVER LET TIME SLIP BY WITHOUT TELLING THE ONES YOU LOVE KNOW HOW MUCH THEY MEAN TO YOU !! I WILL ALWAYS HAVE OUR GREAT MEMORIES FROM A KID TILL NOW. YOU ALWAYS CALLED ME DUDE!! THE ONLY ONE WHO DID!! MAYBE UNCLE WOODY I THINK DID TOO!! I WILL CHERISH ALL THOSE MEMORIES TILL I SEE YOU AGAIN!! I LOVE AND MISS YOU BROTHER!! YOURE THE BEST!!
Janice Hooker Goforth left a message on May 22, 2020:
Me and you sure had some good times. We could dance a floor through the ground or hang out. I've got not one bad memory of you. And you were always my protector as far back as I can remember...all the way back when we were small children. I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND WILL ALWAYS CARRY YOU IN MY HEART TOMMY! SAVE ME A PLACE.. FOREVER LOVE,
                                                          JAN
Carl and Pam Watkins left a message on May 22, 2020:
My husband and I first met "Hook" at Lowry Mechanical and loved him from day one. Then he and my husband ended up together again at Jennings-Dill. Such a sweetheart and he will be sorely missed! 
Billy Mercer left a message on May 22, 2020:
I was a childhood, teenage and young adult friend of Tommy. We did everything from cutting class at school, smoking, drinking, chasing women and all that goes along with that and in between...  I remember the last time I saw him he was standing outside of Furman's store, one of the old hell raising hangouts, looking across to the old Wilson yard. We also spent a lot of time at Pa Pa's Place on 8 Ball Corner, Foxx's and down at The Big Oak. We'd play basket ball at Stanley's and at the Anderson Road Mission. We caught crawdads in the neighborhood creeks, pulled numerous pranks on people and just had a damn good time. I can never think about the old days without a memory of this old boy. So many twisted stories..... Rest in Peace Brother, you will be missed by many! My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. Say hi to Byrd and Jeannie.
Pamela Davis left a message on May 22, 2020:
Condolences to the family - so sorry for your loss
Julie Clark left a message on May 22, 2020:
I LOVE YOU MY BROTHER!! I CANT BELIEVE YOU'RE GONE!! YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY!! LOVE YOU TO HEAVEN AND BACK!!
Bob George left a message on May 21, 2020:
I first met Tommy in 1990 when I moved from California to Judson and met him through Tm Emory.  Tommy was a great guy and I found him funny as heck.  We had some great times at Dino's, at Tim's house and my house.  It was a honor to know him. I send my condolences to his family.  RIP Tommy
tracy hooker left a message on May 21, 2020:
lawd where to start..... bazookas tommy look bazookas. 
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