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Thomas S. Kellogg

June 20, 2019

Thomas S. KelloggThomas S. Kellogg, 62, of Holcomb St., Watertown passed away Thursday morning, June 20, 2019, at Samaritan Medical Center.

A calling hour will be held Tuesday, June 25, from 10:30 to 11:30 am at Cummings Funeral Service, Inc., Watertown followed by the funeral service at noon. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.

Tom was born in Watertown on November 20, 1956, son of Douglas J. and Ellen E. Kealy Kellogg. He enjoyed JRC programs, working at Production Unlimited, and his time at DPAO. He also enjoyed the NY Yankees, bowling, professional wrestling, super heroes, and dancing.

He is survived by his sister and her husband, Dorothy L. and Richard T. Hammond, Watertown; 6 nieces and nephews, Dina (Kevin) Kelly, Todd Hammond, Scott (Carolyn) Hammond, Lisa (Shannon) Owen, Heather (Ronnie) McNitt, and Jared (Dana) Hammond; many great nieces and great nephews, and several cousins; and special family friends, Stacey (Alfred) Lucena. His father died August 31, 1985, his mother on December 22, 2007, and his brother, Douglas J. Kellogg, Jr., on September 18, 1971.

In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to either DPAO, 617 Davidson St. or JRC, 380 Gaffney Dr., both in Watertown, NY 13601. Online condolences to Tom's family may be posted at www.cummingsfuneral.com.

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#9 Eric John Greenley 2019-07-15 14:27
Tommy was my first cousin. What a guy! When I would visit with wife and mom he would always want to dance to Elvria....or arm wrestle with me. Had a nice collection of comic books...spent many times with he and his family during my youth...rest in peace
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#8 Jim Brady 2019-06-28 16:07
Tommy was my cousin. His father (Douglas) was my 1st cousin and my God Father. I left Watertown many years ago and had not seen him in years. One memory that comes to mind is when he and his Mother would visit Glenwood cemetery. Tommy would knee at the grave of his brother, make the sign of the cross and say a little prayer. May God grant him everlasting Peace. Jim Brady, Bartlett, Illinois
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#7 dr vandewall 2019-06-24 17:37
Tommy was one of my favorite patients. He liked dancing with the stars and now dances with angels
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#6 Ashley Pennock 2019-06-24 12:34
Rest in peace Tommy
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#5 Beth Cole 2019-06-24 08:20
Tommy you will forever be my guy , you Always made me smile and laugh .you made it easy for everyone to love you.you will forever be missed.fly high and make the angels love you now. Your forever a.k.a Barbara, ma and all the other names you called me .rest in peace
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#4 Cindy FitzPatrick 2019-06-22 10:47
Tommy will always have a special place in my heart. He had a way to make you happy, and bring a smile to your face. Rest in peace my friend and dance to your hearts content.
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#3 Nick & Chris Buduson 2019-06-22 09:23
We loved Tommy. We knew him when he was young and he would come to our apartment with Mrs. Kellogg. He had a lot of personality. We would see him in later years in church when he proudly brought the gifts to the altar. Sorry for your loss but glad he’s now with Mom, Dad and Doug.
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#2 Carole Narrow 2019-06-21 23:25
TO Thomas Family,
My name is Carole Narrow I used to work with Tommy while he was living in Evans Mills. Tommy was a nice polite young man. He liked the movies and shopping and playing games with his peers. Tommy really like our manager Judy LaClair at the time. he would joke with her and get her laughing. Thomas brought a lot of sunshine in our life every day when we went to work. Thomas will be missed. Again I am so sorry for you loss.
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#1 Kylie Nier 2019-06-21 23:09
I am very sorry for your loss I worked with Thomas at his jrc home the one he was in before he passed. I have only known him for a short period of time but it felt like longer. He always made me laugh and he was the biggest flirt in the house. RIP tommy you will be missed
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