Thomas “Tommy” Wayne Spicer
”1935 - 2016”
Life is but a stopping place,
A pause in what's to be,
A resting place along the road,
to sweet eternity.
We all have different journeys,
Different paths along the way,
We all were meant to learn some things,
but never meant to stay...
Our destination is a place,
Far greater than we know.
For some the journey's quicker,
For some the journey's slow.
And when the journey finally ends,
We'll claim a great reward,
And find an everlasting peace,
Together with the lord
Thomas “Tommy” Wayne Spicer, 81,
a longtime Miami resident passed away Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at
Windridge Care and Rehab in Miami. Tommy was born on May 12, 1935
in Miami to Elvis Spicer and Mary (Cheater) Seat.
He enlisted early with the permission of his mother into the United States Army
and then into the United States Navy. On November 22, 1968 he married
Claudia Lee Brown. Mr. Spicer worked at the Seneca Indian School in
Wyandotte and then in the maintenance department for Miami Public Schools
and was also a proud member of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe.
He is preceded in passing by his parents Elvis and Mary, two sons Doug NoEar and
George White Horn, a brother Chris Spicer and two sisters Maxine Williams and Irene Johnson.
Survivors include his wife Claudia Spicer of the home,
his children Sean Spicer of Miami, Brownie NoEar, Salina NoEar,
Paul Robedeaux, Fern Robedeaux all of Tulsa and Amy NoEar of
Lakeside, California, two brothers Ronnie Seat and Charles Seat
both of Miami, and grandchildren CoChise NoEar, Terrance ToDome,
Sadie Red Eagle, Ellis ToDome and Sofia Banegas.
Services are Saturday, August 6, 2016 at
10:00 AM at the Ottawa/Peoria Cultural Center with
Former Seneca Cayuga Chief Paul Spicer officiating.
Services are under the care of Brown-Winters Funeral Home
and Cremation Service in Miami.
Resource: Brown-Winters Funeral Home
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