Thomas

March 20, 1973 ~ October 30, 2021

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Rochester, NY

Thomas Anthony Oldfield

3/20/73-10/30/21

 

Rochester: Tom was predeceased by grandparents, August and Carmela Mastrella and Raymond and Florence Oldfield

 

Survived by parents, Thomas and Rose Oldfield; sister, Julie Oldfield and feline buddy Hit.

Tom had a loving relationship with his aunts and uncles and enjoyed holidays and family get togethers with Auntie Marie Simonetti (Sponsor Uncle John Simonetti dec) , Aunt Nancy Oldfield ( Uncle Bill Oldfield dec), Godfather Uncle Mike Riley (Godmother Aunt Kathy Riley dec), Uncle Robert and Aunt Dorothy Oldfield, Aunt Vickie Oldfield (Uncle Daniel Oldfield dec), Uncle Patrick Whittaker.

Tom had a special bond and love with his cousins with whom he shared many private cousin jokes (remember beans ?!) Surviving are Cheryl and Michael Kuttner, Pamela Simonetti and Robert Fudge, Lisa Simonetti, Daniel and Angela Simonetti, William Oldfield Jr, David and Mary Kay Oldfield, Stephen Oldfield, Michael and Cindy Riley Jr., Kelly and Brad Parker, Joyce Gracia, Christopher and Amy Oldfield, Kim and Howard Buff, Melanie and Jason Thomas, Heather Oldfield and Devann Miller.

Tom was a 1992 graduate of Greece Olympia High School. He had a great interest in music since his early years. He played cello in the Craig Hill Elementary School Orchestra and the electric guitar in the jazz bands at Hoover Road Middle School, Greece Olympia High School and SUNY Alfred. He also attended Monroe Community College.

Tom was an avid fan of the Buffalo Bills and loved to Monday morning quarterback and play golf with his Dad. Tom and his sister Julie had a mutual love of heavy metal rock music. They enjoyed jamming with their electric guitars and attending heavy metal rock concerts together. The mutual love Tom and his mom shared was a great love showered with hugs and kisses. He loved to eat the meals she prepared and she was happiest when she was preparing the meals for him.

 

Tom had a very generous spirit and enjoyed helping his friends when they were in need. He loved all animals and took in strays that were homeless which soon became his family.

Tom will be greatly missed and will remain forever in our hearts.

No prior calling. Tom’s Memorial Mass will be celebrated Saturday (Dec 11th) 10:00 AM at St Lawrence Church, 1000 North Greece Road, Celebrant will be Rev. Scott Caton.

If you have not received the Covid vaccine, please wear a mask in the church.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be directed to The Aquinas Institute of Rochester, 1127 Dewey Ave, Rochester or please consider a donation to RAW, 1844 East Main St, Rochester, https://recovery always.org, RAW is a support group for those affected by substance use disorder, mental health issues and homelessness. Tom’s sister Julie dedicates her time, talent and love to this support group that she holds dearly in her heart.

 

Services

Memorial: December 11, 2021 10:00 am

St. Lawrence Church
1000 North Greece Road
Rochester, NY 14626


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  1. Dear Rose and Tom,

    We are so very sorry for the loss of your dear son. Please know that our heartfelt condolences and prayers are with you and your family.

    With our love and prayers,
    Ron and Pegi Schmidt

  2. Dear Rose and Tom,
    There are no words that could ease your pain and confusion. Your family has been in our prayers since we heard the news. Only God can hold you all up and wrap his arms around you. May His grace uphold you and give you the strength to get through the next minute, hour, day, month and year.
    All our prayers and love,
    Dick and Darlene Tuschong

  3. I shall miss his beautiful smile, his “Hi Auntie” and our chats and laughs. He was always there for us whether it be with his plumbing and heating skills or to help with yard work. If Tommy knew that his Uncle John needed him, he was there. He was a very respectful and loving person. I will love and remember him forever. Rest in peace our beautiful Tommy. Love, Auntie Marie Simonetti

  4. Julie and family, So very sorry to learn about Tommy’s passing. My prayers are with all of you.

    Lisa Olscamp

  5. May God bless you all,
    Tom and Rose and Julie, with the best of memories of your dear Tommy. May his joy be complete eternally.

  6. Auntie, Uncle Tom and Julie,
    Angie and are deeply saddened about the passing of Tommy. He will always be close in my thoughts and prayers. Our hearts and prayers go out you always. Love Danny and Angie

  7. Julie I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. I know how much you loved and cared for him. I know this is hard for you and your parents my sincere prayers and condolences goes out to you all.

  8. Auntie, Uncle Tom & Julie,
    My deepest condolences on this great loss. Tommy was a loving cousin and genuine person. I will miss the laughs we shared. I am thankful for the many years of growing up together that we had and our wonderful family bond. I will cherish my memories of him. He will always be in my heart and never forgotten. I love you, Tommy. Rest peacefully.

  9. Dear Tom and Rose and family,
    We offer you our love and continued prayers at this difficult time of grief surrounding the loss of your son Tom. May you feel the tender arms of Jesus and Mary holding during this time.

    “May the angels welcome him to Paradise.
    May the martyr’s greet him on his way.
    May he see the face of the Lord this day.
    Alleluia, alleluia.”

    Susan and Larry

  10. Tom, Rose and Julie,
    There are so few words to express how we are feeling right now. May the
    Lord bless you and wrap his arms around all of you and Tommy.
    Our very deepest sympathy and Tommy will always be in our hearts.
    Love,
    Bob and Dorothy

  11. Tom and Rose,…..There are no words adequate to express my sorrow for the tragic loss of your son….Please accept my deepest condolences….With much love to you both.

  12. You will be missed. Our condolences to the family and friends left behind to grieve. Mary Kay Oldfield

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