Thomas R. Findley   Thomas R. Findley, 69, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, passed away unexpectedly at his home on July 6, 2019.  Tom was born in Lancaster, PA and was the son of the late Thomas D. Findley and Doris P. Findley.  He was a 1967 graduate of McCaskey High School and later attended ECPI University and  Millersville State University.  He worked throughout his career as a computer operator and programmer.  He worked most recently for the Georgia Department of Revenue. Prior to that Tom worked for JCPenney and John Harland in Atlanta. Tom enjoyed many hobbies including collecting classic cars, building furniture, restoring antique firearms and bicycling.  He also enjoyed investing in stocks, collecting stamps and military items and listening to oldies music. Thomas was preceded in death by his sister, Brenda Plantholt (Findley). He was the last of his immediate family and is survived by his nephew, Dwayne Plantholt, of Ephrata, PA.  He will be missed by a wide circle of close friends.  A memorial service will be held on July 27, 2019 at Pine Lake Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, GA.

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  1. Tom grew up about 1 block from me on Pine Street in Lancaster, PA. We went through elementary, junior high, and high school together. I remember talking to him at one of our class reunions. He brought discs of oldies music to the reunion and handed them out to anyone who wanted one. His last email to myself and other elementary school classmates was about a book that our 5th grade teacher read aloud to us. My condolences to his nephew.

  2. Sadly, I don’t remember Tom from junior high or high school. With a class size as large as ours it’s difficult to become familiar or close friends with everyone. However I was reintroduced to Tom over the internet through a mutual classmate about ten years back. Since then we discussed many topics and I will miss our conversations. There will be a void in my life.

  3. I had the pleasure of working with Tom at the Georgia Department of Revenue. He was a very kind guy and loved to stop by my cubicle to keep me up to date on a mutual former co-worker and other things he was interested in. He was a unique fellow and like me, one of the last of the “old-school” IT guys. I shall keep his nephew in my thoughts and prayers and may Tom rest in His eternal peace.

  4. So sorry to hear about the loss of Tom. He was a wonderful member of Pine Lake Baptist church and a good friend to our family. Our deepest condolences in this time of unexpected loss.

  5. So sorry for your loss, I was a customer of Toms . I always had great trust in his work on m1 stocks. The work he did will be sorely missed.

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