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Obituary for Tom K Duncan

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Tom K Duncan

April 25, 1959 - December 9, 2017

Tom Duncan, age 58, passed away on Saturday, December 9, 2017, after a valiant battle with cancer. He was born on April 25, 1959, to Doug and Neta Duncan in Ogden, Utah. Tom attended Ben Lomond High School and later married Lynda Church.

Tom was a man of many faces. He enjoyed golfing, camping, fishing, and riding his Harley. He loved and cherished his wife of 38 years. He was proud of all his kids and grandkids, especially his grandson Taegen, who is a US Marine.

He had many friends from all walks of life. He had a genuine passion for getting to know people and hearing their stories. Tom lived on his own terms right to the end. He will be forever missed.

Special thanks to Clair Weeding, his lifelong friend.

Tom is survived by his wife Lynda, son Todd Duncan, daughter Shannon (Shane) Armstrong, stepson Cody Runnels, stepdaughter Jodie (Brook) Rogers, seven sisters, four grandkids, and three step-grandkids.

He is preceded in death by his dad Doug, mom Neta, brother Dave, and his little “buddy” Tramp.

A viewing will be held at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah, on Thursday, December 14, 2017, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, followed by a Celebration of Life in Leavitt’s Waterfall Atrium.

 

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Visitation Information

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Leavitt's Mortuary

Address:

836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403

A Celebration of Tom’s Life will follow in Leavitt’s Waterfall Atrium.


Service Information

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017

Time: 8:00 pm -

Leavitt's Mortuary

Address:

836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403

Family will greet friends from 6 – 8 pm and a Celebration of Tom’s Life will be follow in Leavitt’s Waterfall Atrium.


 

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Born: April 25, 1959
Died: December 9, 2017

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Donna J Church posted on 12/16/17

Lynda, my heart is broken for you. I am very sorry that I could not make it to the viewing, I really wanted to come and pay my respects. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerely, Donna Church

 

Cindy Simone posted on 12/14/17

Linda & Family... I had no idea that Toms viewing was tonight or I would have definitely been there. We will all miss him terribly. He was such a great guy & friend to many. I am so sorry for your loss & please if you need a hug, a shoulder to cry on or someone to sit & cry with...just call me. Loves & hugs... Cindy Simone

 

Tresa Victor posted on 12/14/17

Lynda, so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Glad we got to meet Tom and assist with his care. He was a neat person. Let us know if we can be of any help to you. Dr. Belfry, Tresa , and Becky

 

Terry posted on 12/14/17

Todd and Shannon so sorry for the loss of your father he loved you two very much He was so proud of you both. Love you two very much So Sorry love Aunt Terry

 

Terry posted on 12/14/17

So sorry for your loss Linda.He was a great man.

 

Terry posted on 12/14/17

I Love you little brother you will be deeply missed. You no longer have to suffer from the pain .You are with Mom-Dad and Dave. Fly with the Angels Hon . I have great memories of growing up with YOU. We love you very much FOREVER IN MY HEART. Love Terry

 

jodie runnels posted on 12/14/17

I cant remember a time that I ever needed anything and Tom wasnt there! He was my hero many times,I cant imagine our family without him. So sorry for you mom,there are no words to help ease what your going through but we are all here for you! love you both so much

 

Roger terkelson posted on 12/14/17

Tom I will remember the times we did have together. Not a lot but what we did I'll will cherish for life.they made up for the times we didn't hang out together. Crazy times Linda I'm so sorry for your loss.till we meet again tom.linda if you ever need a ear to talk Wendy and me are there for you .rip tom

 

Heike posted on 12/14/17

We are so sorry for your loss. Tom and lynda had a never ending love storey that many can only dream of. Sending love and prayers. Love Heike and Bailey Weeding

 

Dave Hiney posted on 12/14/17

I really enjoyed my life experiences with Tom. Being 9 years older than him I looked on him as a little brother. We would target shoot often and had many good times hunting pheasant in the Weber river valley. One time Kathy dropped us off in Weber canyon to hunt deer and was to pick us up the next day. We camped much too far away to make it back to the pick up spot and she was not happy when we finally got back nearly at sundown. He was a fun guy to be around and always had something witty to say and seemed to bring out the best in people. I'm a better person because of our friendship.

 

Kathryn Hiney posted on 12/14/17

When we met Tom, he was 15, I 18, and Dave 24. At the time, Tom was still living with his parents at the family home in West Ogden. We lived right around the corner. One day, we were hangin' out and Tom walked by. He struck up a conversation. We became fast friends and have stayed friends ever since. That was 43 years ago! There were times we didn't see Tom... We moved out of Ogden and he was busy making his way. But on an occasional visit to my sister Vicki in Ogden, we would call Tom and pick up where we left off. We met Lynda during that time. When we retired in 2005, we lived in Paonia, Colorado and Tom looked us up. He visited us there, bringing Lynda and their little Dog, Tramp. Being retired, we visited Vicki more often and Tom & Lynda invited us to stay with them as well. One of our best memories is while on a trip to Ogden, Tom, Lynda, Dave & I rode motorcycles through the beautiful mountain country of Northern Utah. Just a lovely summer day, enjoying each other's company. I just want to say that Tom enriched our life with his lifelong friendship. We loved him and we will miss him.

 

Ed Kilbourn posted on 12/14/17

Tom and I were good friends back when we were teenagers. Tom always had a strong spirit and a good heart. We had many good times together. He will be missed. Ed Kilbourn

 

Tami Harlow posted on 12/13/17

Lynda and family, We are so sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. Wishing you peace during this sad time and hoping your cherished memories will comfort you all in the coming days. Take care. Love, Tami and Pete Harlow

 

Don Williams posted on 12/13/17

There are certain people that you look up to in life. my uncle was one of them for me .I always admired your strength even to the end my Brother and some of the last conversations that we had I'll forever hold in my heart .. in so many ways you were one of my heroes Tom you will forever be missed and always loved you are a strong figure of this family another great loss temporarily until we meet again my brother until we meet again . Lynda behind every good man is a better woman thank you for being you much love and respect

 

Cathy Runnels posted on 12/13/17

Lynda, I am so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He was a good guy and I always considered him a friend. My heart is heavy for you and all you have been through, I understand how hard it is to care for someone you love while they are ill. If there's anything I can do for you or if you just need someone to listen, please feel free to contact me. I've always thought of you as family.

 

Dave & Kathy Hiney posted on 12/13/17

Dear Lynda, We are so sad and sorry to hear of the loss of our great friend (and kid brother) Tom. We hope you can find comfort knowing that he was loved and will be truly missed. We are thinking of you. God bless you and the Duncan family. Love Kathy Hiney Tom was a good man with a good heart, a true friend, of which there are few. We enjoyed many adventures together and I'm glad for those memories. He made a good life for his family and will be remembered often. Ride on in Heaven, Brother. Dave Hiney

 

Manuel Gonzales posted on 12/12/17

Lynda I'm so sorry for your loss. Tom was a good man, and one of my dearest friend. He always had a smile on face when I seen him. He was always there to lend a hand when I was in a jam with my vieclies. I will miss him dearly.

 

Wendy Terkelson posted on 12/12/17

I wish i could find the words to say that can ease your pain im having a hard time finding words for myself he was my brother yet he was your best friend husband and a DAD I know this is the words you are hearing so much no more pain my brother is in no more pain but you are now let the healing process begin taking place with you one day,one minute may GOD be with you Love you and Shannon,Tod,and the rest. LOVE you all Wendy ,

 

Wendy Terkelson posted on 12/12/17

No words can take the pain you are going through my Brother LOVED you with his whole heart im cant find the words to say that would even come close to take the pain away I try and find some for myself.

 

Christina M Morris posted on 12/12/17

Tommy, You meant so very much too me when I lived in West Ogden, I was so very young married to your brother David. It was such a challenge with your very large family They were extremely challenging and you helped me on many occasions. I will always be grateful too you for that. You made me feel stronger with each conversation we had. You were such a very good man, you loved your family and were a light at the end of my dark tunnel. You will be loved and missed immensely!

 

Dana Slaughter posted on 12/12/17

Lynda, We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband, Tom. Your family is so special to us and we know that your hearts are breaking. Sam and Dana Slaughter

 

Crystal Quintana posted on 12/12/17

I love you Uncle Tom. We we're never in each others everyday life but that didn't change the love I have for you. You will always have a place in my heart. I know Grandma, Grandpa and Uncle Dave are there to greet you with love and open arms to help you understand life on the other side. You will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to my cousin's Todd and Shannon. I know the loss of a parent. I love you both. ❤Crystal.

 

George Medina And Dora posted on 12/12/17

Lynda, Me and George are so very sorry for your loss. Tom was the greatest of friends and will be truly missed . Love you always.

 

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