Thomas Dwight Pickett

Thomas Dwight Pickett

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Thomas Dwight Pickett
March 19, 1956 – April 9, 2019

After a long battle with lung cancer, Tom succumbed to the disease and is at eternal peace. He is preceded in death by his parents Ray H. and Marvine C. Pickett, and his brothers Ronnie C., Ray Jr., Terry W., and Allen B. Pickett.

Thomas “Tom” is survived by his beloved children, Charles A. Pickett and Sharlena L. Pickett, grandchildren Charles Christopher, Mikhail Weylin, Makenna Arianna, Therese Lowe Holland, Avenya Stephenson, Andrew Stephenson and Tazlena Stephenson, his sisters Geronda Pickett, Charlotte Wessels (Rich), Connie Tetrault (Mike), his brothers Marvin Pickett (Reneˊ), Bruce Pickett, his sister-in-law Kathy Pickett, (Widow of Allen), and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family, and a multitude of friends.

Tom was an auto mechanic for Car-X Muffler shop for over 40 years. He was dedicated, hard working and enjoyed life. He was an avid reader, enjoyed watching television, enjoyed cooking and he loved the outdoors. Some of his best times were spending time with his children and grandchildren. He loved to go camping with his friends and family but his favorite camping spot was along the Current River. He was kind and he was charitable with his time, often helping his neighbors at their times of need. He loved to laugh and smile and had a wonderful sense of humor. He loved his family and his friends with his whole being. The memories and times we shared with Tom will never be forgotten.

Never goodbye, until we meet again. Rest in Peace Tom.

Memorial Service will be held
Saturday May 4th, 2019
10:30 A.M.
Ferguson Community Center
1050 Smith Ave.
Ferguson, MO 63135

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  1. Connie Pickett says:

    Words cannot express the pain and sorrow for the loss of my brother Tom. He was truly one of my best friends. Some of my “first” life experiences was with with Tom. He took me to my first concert, Heart, took me on my first camping trip, and when I was young taught me how to fry an egg, I was only 4 or 5. I love you so much brother and I miss you terribly. May you RIP and hug Mom, Dad, Ronnie, Terry, Allen and JR.
    Never goodbye until we meet again.
    Your Little sister Connie

  2. Nancy Woods says:

    So sorry for your loss.

  3. Brenda Cole says:

    So sorry for your loss; I know this is really close to loosing another brother not too long ago. Some of these pics reminds me of his mom. Love to all my Pickett cousins. (Brenda McCluskey Cole) George and Nellie McCluskey’s youngest daughter.