WILLOUGHBY, Tom
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Tom Willoughby died

peacefully on January 26, 2014

after a battle with ALS. He was

born on March 3, 1941 in Jellico,

Tennessee. He was preceded

in death by his parents: Don

and Modena Willoughby.

After graduating from the

University of Tennessee, Tom

began a 40 year career in sales.

He was an avid UT football

fan and never missed a game.

He was a member of St. Peter

and St. Paul Episcopal Church

in Marietta. Tom is survived

by his wife, Holly Hosch

Willoughby and his sons and

grandchildren: Thomas (Chip)

Willoughby Jr., Liam, Ethan

and Mason Willoughby of

Knoxville, Tennessee; Miles

and Ashley Willoughby,

Anabelle, Caroline, Blake and

Cole Willoughby of Marietta;

Henry Lane of Athens, William

Lane, Emily, Hannah and

Jackson Lane of Marietta and

his sister, Donna Willoughby

Probst (John) of Marietta. A

memorial service will be on

Saturday, February 1, 2014

at 1:00pm in the chapel of

H.M. Patterson & Son Canton

Hill. There will be a reception

after the service. In lieu of

fl owers, the family would like

for donations to be made to

the ALS research foundation

at Emory ALS Center, Emory

Univ Offi ce of Gift Records,

1762 Clifton Rd. N. E . Suite

1400, Atlanta, Georgia 30322.

Online condolences may be

expressed at:

www.hmpattersoncantonhill.com
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