Thomas E. Tefft

Jul 21st, 2016

Biography:  THOMAS E. TEFFT
ONEIDA- Thomas E. Tefft. 54, Lenox Avenue, died Thursday evening, July 21, 2016, in the Oneida Healthcare Center, where he had been a medical patient for the past six days.
 Born in Syracuse, on October 12, 1961, he was the son of Edward L. and Frances Kinney Tefft. A resident of Oneida for the past five months, coming from Hamilton, Tom was a graduate of Norwich High School, Class of 1979, where he lettered in several sports.
 Tom was employed with Madison County and enjoyed golfing and horseshoes. He was of the Baptist faith.
 Surviving are his companion, Karen Burgdoff of Oneida; his mother and step-father, Frances and R. Daniel Hollifield of Lawrenceville, Georgia; his daughter, Alexandria Tefft and her companion, James Sarnsworth of Las Vegas, Nevada; his son, Thomas Nathaniel Tefft of Queen City, Texas; his grandson, James Orion Sarnswoth; his step-son, Jason Dunbar and his wife Melissa and two sons Jordan and Logan of Las Vegas; his two brothers and their wives, Mark W. and Sara Hollifield of Norwich and Keith and Brenda Hollifield of Lawrenceville, Georgia; and a special niece, Brylee Hollifield. He was predeceased by his father, Edward and endeared to his late grandmother Pauline Kinney.
Funeral services will be held 11 AM, Friday from the Campbell-Dean Funeral Home, 260 Main Street, Oneida, with the Reverend Jeremy Stopford, officiating. Interment will be made at the convenience of the family.  Friends may call at the funeral home, 10-11 AM, Friday.
To leave a message of condolence, please visit www.campbell-dean.com. 

                    CAMPBELL-DEAN FUNERAL HOME, INC.
Oneida
 

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Laura Wilson Bess, Lake City, Florida
#1
Jul 25th, 2016 12:11 pm
Tom grew up in a house on the next street from our house. They were a very nice family in our neighborhood. It is so sad that Tom died at what is considered a very young age these days. May the family find peace in their memories.
A.Jones
#2
Apr 23rd, 2017 12:02 am
Tom meant so much to me as a friend, and as a confidant. I enjoyed our talks, our laughter, and his silly sideways smiles!

Im so sorry that I couldn't help you...I suppose you just weren't ready.

I love you always!

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