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Thomas J. Carleton

tjcportTo clients, friends, and colleagues: Tom went to heaven to be with the Lord on Oct. 9th. He will be greatly missed. It was very sudden, he was in good health and had a great Monday, it was also his 65th birthday. The day was spent with family. We know that to be absent in the body is to be present with God and we are fully assured he is with His Heavenly Father.
- Carleton Family
A memorail service will be held November 17th, 1pm at Calvary Chapel Monterey Bay. For more information visit the Obituary and Guestbook

To clients, friends, and colleagues: Tom went to heaven to be with the Lord on November 9th. He will be greatly missed. It was very sudden, he was in good health and had a great Monday, it was also his 65th birthday. The day was spent with family. We know that to be absent in the body is to be present with God and we are fully assured he is with his Heavenly Father.

- Carleton Family

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, November 17th, 1pm at Calvary Chapel Monterey Bay. For more information visit the Obituary and Guestbook.

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2 Responses to “Thomas J. Carleton”

  1. Tom poured his quiet and loving life into our family through the love of God. He was a friend and fatherly example to my grandson Gabe in a way that points to God the Father. That is an eternal work. We praise God for His indescribable gift of life with Him. We know we will see Tom again. Until then we will miss him greatly.

  2. Mary Carleton-Smith Says:
    December 7th, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    From the first recollections of knowing my cousin Tom – it was at his wedding to wife Valerie (with my older brother walking down the isle as Ring bearer !) to the last face to face meeting , when he and his wife were back in Detroit: when Tom then expressed extreme concern for his employees and the economy, Tom showed me how to persue amibitions, and still allow your faith and belief in a higher entity to guide you in day to day business activities. I am proud to say that my cousin Tom was a graduate of the 'old school of business' – one where honor, ethics and morality drove his decisions and fueled his passion for creation and creativity, that drove him to make the world a better place to live. I will miss his influence.