Thomas Wilson III (Sign Guestbook)

Thomas Wilson III born March 11, 1949, age 68 of Knoxville, affectionately known as “Tommy” to his friends and family, has passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on October 4, 2017 leaving behind his two loving children Michael and Courteney Wilson, a caring brother Keith Wilson, a dear friend Jennifer Snook and his beautiful mother Sylvia Wilson .As the maitre d’ at Club Leconte his legacy will be his wit, charisma, and humor. Tommy graduated from and played basketball for De La Salle high school in Chicago and Beloit College in Wisconsin, one of his proudest achievements. He enjoyed basketball, playing Harmonica, traveling, and spending time with loved ones. He will truly be missed by all of the lives he touched.

Thomas was preceded in death by his father Thomas Wilson and brother Wayne Wilson.

The family will hold a celebration of life gathering at Club LeConte on October 20th at 6:00pm. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The American Cancer Society. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel and Crematory is honored to serve the Wilson Family and invites you to view and sign their online guestbook below.

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5 guestbook entries for “Thomas Wilson III”:

  1. Debbie Hines says:

    Tommy was a legend at Club LeConte. He will be greatly missed.

  2. J. Green says:

    What a wonderful man that touched the lives of so many. Please take comfort in knowing that it was never in God’s plans for us to acquire so much love and wisdom only to pass away. It’s no wonder that the Bible calls death an enemy, one that will be removed. (1 Corinthians 15:26 ) May you be there to welcome him back to a beautiful paradise earth that God has in store!

  3. Mary Ellen Maycann says:

    Tommy was always a bright spot in my day when I was at Club LeConte. May you find only happiness “Lucky Dog”.

  4. Bill Snyder says:

    Tommy was a wonderful friend to so many at Club LeConte. I belong to a social club called Coffee Club that meets every Friday for lunch at Club LeConte. Tommy took splendid care of our group. He was a great conversationalist and enjoyed Chatting with Club LeConte patrons. Tommy was loved by all who knew him and will be greatly missed

  5. Barbara Bridges Gholston says:

    A Beautiful person

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