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Thomas "Thom" Stuart Reavie

Monday, December 11th, 1944 - Sunday, August 30th, 2020
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Obituary

REAVIE, Thomas Stuart
December 11, 1944-August 30, 2020


Thom passed away at Joseph Brant Hospital, Burlington, on Sunday, August 30, 2020 at the age of 75. Predeceased by his parents, Peg and Stu Reavie, and sister Anne Peart. Thom is survived by four sons and their families; Andy and Laura Jeans (Rob, Anna, Kate, Max); Stewart Jeans and Gael Spivak; Ian Jeans and Kim Murdock (Aidan, Emma); Josh Reavie and Lorraine Black (Mackenzie). Especially missed by his longtime best friend and accomplice, Bob Bell.


Businessman, drummer, artist, cannonballer, collector, pool shark, poet, janitor extraordinaire, Thom brought style and cool to everything he did.


At Thom’s request there will be no service. Cremation took place on Thursday, September 3. Thom generously gave his time to help cook meals for the less fortunate. Please consider a donation to your local food program or food bank in his honour.


Very special and heartfelt thanks to Bob Bell for his compassion and dedication to his pal, especially over these past few months.


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Wayne Larion

Posted at 04:50pm
So sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of playing snooker and 8 ball at Dutches and the Legion with Thom.
He will be missed.
Wayne Larion
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Ken Marco

Posted at 11:20am
Forever grateful for our friendship and the music we made.
Love Ken Marco and family
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Steve Mundy

Posted at 09:41am
I remember Thom fondly. My brother and I, then barely adolescent, spent a week or so with Thom, Pam and our cousins at their home in Burford around 1970 or so. What I remember most about that time was that evening in their living room when Thom introduced me to the music of Janis Joplin. Such a cool guy! Condolences to the family...
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Brian Smith

Posted at 07:19am
Farewell to an old friend from Eagle Place in Brantford. I knew Thom well as a teenager growing up in Brantford and later as young adults playing pool at Grand Billiards in downtown Brantford. We also connected many times related to his drumming and chasing those pesky woman of our younger days. I haven't seen Thom for some years now but many times things or events would invoke a memory of him. Rest in peace my friend.
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