Thomas F. Goetz

Born: 06/21/1937 Passed:

Thomas F. Goetz, 83, of Sebring, Ohio passed December 7th at Salem Regional Medical Center. He was born June 21, 1937 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania to Wilbur and Kathryn Goetz. He attended Salem City Schools. He retired from Royal China where he worked for 20 years. Thomas always had a big smile while riding around on his John Deere tractor and thoroughly enjoyed watching his westerns and playing the daily lottery.

Survivors include his daughters, Alice Rinehart and Pam Shaver both of Sebring; son, Tom (Ronda) Goetz of Salem; granddaughter, Nicole Cutlip of Sebring; two wonderful great-grandsons, Noah and Issac Cutlip; brothers, Frank Goetz of Salem and Bob (Janet) Goetz of Leetonia; sisters, Alice Whitman of Salem and Rosemary McClish, also of Salem.

Beside his parents, he was preceded in death by his beloved wife Jean, a sister Joan and a brother Bill.

A private memorial will be held at a later date at Highland Memorial Park in Beloit. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Ohio Living Hospice.


7 Tributes to Thomas F. Goetz

  1. Nicole says:

    Miss you so much Grandpa.
    Love you so much.
    See you again someday. ????❤️

    • Judy Donnelly says:

      Deepest sympathy

    • Dennis and Shannon Simmons says:

      Being his neighbor for the last almost 14 years, hes always been such a sweet man, very neighborly and great to my boys. He’d always be sweet to my kiddos when they were little. He seemed to be very selfless and a giver of himself and full of wit.
      I will miss seeing him and my favorite memory will always be him driving by on his john deer. He was so happy to do that.
      I’m sorry for your loss. I’m glad he doesn’t have to suffer and know he is in a happy place with our Lord. ❤

  2. Zoeie Veneri says:

    What an interesting man you were Tom! I walked in your home and i remember your daughter’s saying just yell back he has no filter haha. So that’s exactly what I did and boy did we argue, standing in the shower while Pam said we sounded like an old married couple arguing in there haha. I hate this part tho I hate getting so close to my clients and then having to say goodbye it’s the worse. You were a strong man and you didn’t back down to anyone the friendship we gained was great you listened to my non sense and helped me laugh. You brightened up the hard days for me you and your brothers, always joking around. I’m so glad I got to meet you Tom and your family .. thank you for letting me in your home and taking care of you and learning to trust me! Rest easy. ????

    • Nicole says:

      Thanks so much Zoeie. we couldn’t have asked for a better caretaker to help with my Grandpa. we all love ya like family.

  3. Randy and Melissa Engle says:

    Sincere sympathies to your family who loved you so much. Pam, prayers for strength for you. Randy and Melissa Engle

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