Thomas A. Chiofolo

Born: 09/04/1953 Passed:

Thomas A. Chiofolo age 67, passed away October 4, 2020 from complications caused by Covid-19.  He was born September 4, 1953 in Canton, Ohio to the late Basil J. and Ann E Chiofolo. He was a 1971 graduate of Green High School.  He worked for Green Township for a short time then decided to apprentice in plumbing and get his plumbing license.  He owned a plumbing business for most of his life, working on many beautiful homes in Noble’s Pond and other areas of Canton, Ohio.  He always enjoyed good food and fellowship, fishing trips, hunting trips, camping and cruises.  But his greatest joy came from spending time with his family, especially with his nephews and nieces, who loved him so much.  His family is left with some of the most hilarious and cherished memories of “Uncle Tom”!  He will be missed by us all.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his nephew, Joe Chiofolo.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory, his brother, Anthony (Kathleen) Chiofolo; nephew, Tony (Rachel) Chiofolo; niece, Amanda (Eric) Fledderjohann; great-nephews and nieces, Joe, Garret and Alaina Chiofolo, Colin, Kaitlin and Carli Fledderjohann; cousins and friends, too numerous to mention.

Per Tom’s wishes, cremation has taken place and no services are planned at this time.  His family asks only one thing from those left behind; stop for a moment, remember your favorite moment spent with Tom and we bet it will bring you laughter or a smile to your face.  What better legacy can anyone leave?

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6 Tributes to Thomas A. Chiofolo

  1. Barbara Cherry says:

    I will always remember Tom’s warm smile.

  2. GAIL KRAFT says:

    I LOVED HOW CLOSE TOM WAS WITH HIS BROTHER, TONY. TOM SURE THOUGHT THE WORLD OF HIS PRECIOUS SISTER-IN-LAW TOO. AND HE COULDN’T STOP TALKING ABOUT HIS NEPHEW’S AND NIECE!! YOU COULD TELL HE FELT VERY VERY BLESSED TO HAVE SUCH A WONDERFUL FAMILY AND TO BE SO LOVED.

  3. Kristina Cruse (cousin) says:

    My memory of Tom was his quiet presence and his sweet smile. He was always a pleasure to be around. His gentle spirit will be missed. Sending much love and sympathy to this beautiful family.

  4. Tom Gaylord says:

    New Tom most of my life. Tom was a great guy I’ll always remember when we set off the fireworks at Springfield lake,it was so much fun!

  5. Carl Piporo says:

    So sorry to hear about Tom,spent many Sunday afternoons at their house and our cousin’s house next door visiting.

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