In loving memory of

Thomas D. Winslow
October 7, 1942 - September 10, 2020

Thomas D. "Tom" Winslow, 77, of Fairmount, died Thursday, September 10, 2020, at Marion General Hospital.

Tom was born in Peru, Indiana, on October 7, 1942, son of the late Thomas and Mabel (Durham) Winslow. He graduated from Bunker Hill High in 1960, and went on to serve in the Air Force for 4 years. He married Roberta K. Garner on November 12, 1961. Roberta preceded him in death on August 17, 2018. Tom worked for the Chronicle Tribune for 34 years and was a member of Center Christian Church. Tom loved his family and enjoyed reading and collecting rabbit figurines when he was younger.

Tom is survived by his four children, Brian (Melissa) Winslow, Jonesboro, Lynne Jessup, Fairmount, Brett (Kimberlee) Winslow, Fairmount, and Vickie Winslow, Indianapolis; four grandchildren, Jodie (Todd) Rudy, Jeff (Sara) Jessup, Seth Winslow, and Sarah (Adam) Smith. and 5 great-grandchildren.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents; wife; step-father, Kenneth York; and son-in-law, Bill Jessup.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Fairmount Chapel of Armes-Hunt Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 415 South Main Street, Fairmount, Indiana, where a visitation will be held on Sunday, September 13, from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. A funeral service will follow with Rev. Tom Jones officiating. Burial will take place at Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Indiana.

Memorial contributions may be made to Center Christian Church in care of the funeral home.

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Misty Roseman wrote on Sep 13, 2020:

"This morning I am sending my colleague and Friend strength, peace, and love from Indianapolis! I love you Vickie Winslow- God Bless your family!"

AJ Julian wrote on Sep 12, 2020:

"My condolences to the entire family, but especially to Brian who I worked with at Elsa for quite a few years. So very sorry for your loss my friend."

cheri vonnahme wrote on Sep 11, 2020:

"I leave with you deepest regrets for the loss of your father. I did not really get very close to Tommy David, but have a few little memories to share with you. He stopped by our house on the way to the enlistment center. One of his concerns was that he would not meet the weight requirement. He sat at our table and Mom placed a bunch of bananas in front of him. He ate the whole bunch.! And he passed the physical! Tommy was a good father and a good son May the Lord comfort you during this difficult time. Love, Cheri Curtis Vonnahme"