Thomas Lindsay West

May 27, 1965 - September 30, 2015
Thomas Lindsay West

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WILLIAMSBURG – Thomas Lindsay West was born May 5, 1965, in Williamsburg, VA. He died at his home in Richmond on Wednesday, September 30, 2015.  Tom spent most of his life in Queens Lake in Williamsburg, a neighborhood that he loved.  He attended Queens Lake Middle School and graduated in 1983 from Bruton High School.  Tom was very active in youth activities at Williamsburg Baptist Church during his teen years and was a huge fan of Star Trek.He is preceded in death by his mother, Mary Elise West, his father, Thomas Leroy West, Jr., an aunt, Sarah Elizabeth West, and an uncle, Lindsay L. Livengood.  Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Karen West, his aunt, Kathryn Livengood of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA and  a host of family and friends ranging from the east coast to California and Hawaii.  A memorial service will be held at Bucktrout Funeral Home on Thursday, October 15, 2015, at 1:00 pm. The internment will be held at Williamsburg Memorial Park immediately following the service. .


Service

Thursday, October 15, 2015
12:00 AM

Bucktrout Funeral Home - Directions
4124 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
757-229-3822

Burial

Thursday, October 15, 2015
12:00 AM

Williamsburg Memorial Park - Directions
130 King William Drive
Williamsburg, VA 23188

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  • October 15, 2015
    Mary Martin says:
    I always remember seeing Tommy coming down the street on his bicycle to play with my brother and sometimes myself. The street was sloped toward our house so he was usually cruising well beyond the speed limit and more often than not, burned tire rubber to respect the stop sign at the bottom. My parents were good friends with Tommy's family and often got together to do things. Lee West and my father used to commiserate every Christmas eve when something they needed to put one of our toys together was missing or broken. They would enlist each other's the help be it batteries or a screwdriver in the late hours of the night. Tommy was fascinated by weather in those days and used to put on a weather show as the forecaster when I would go to his house to play. That was his dream role when were kids. He wanted to be the world's best and most accurate forecaster. It was shocking to hear of his passing. He had contacted me last spring to tell me he was coming to town and wanted to get together. Unfortunately, I was going out of town that weekend so we didn't get to hook up. You will be missed Tom West~ Thanks for being a part of all the wonderful childhood memories I have. May you rest in peace, my friend. My heartfelt condolences to Karen.