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Thomas Oscar Perrier

 
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Perrier, Thomas O.

Age 86 of Rosemount, MN.  Passed away February 7, 2017.  Preceded in death by parents, Oscar and Katherine (Roach) Perrier; brothers, Jack, Bill, Gene, and Pat; sister, Mary "Sis".    Survived by wife, Susan (Colford); 10 children, Denny (Karen), Tim (Vickie), Andrea, David (Patty), Theresa (Ross) Opsahl, Christine (Brian) Bradshaw, Tom (Lisa), Mare (Scott) Elwood, John (Julia), and Michelle (Walter) Welzin; 22 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.  Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, MARCH 15, 2017 at 11 AM ~ Church of St. Bonaventure, 901 East 90th Street, Bloomington MN  55420.  Interment ~ Fort Snelling National Cemetery.  Visitation one prior to mass at church. 

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Comments

Submitted by Dennis Mattson on

Tom was truly a great Railroad Man. I worked for Tom and worked with Tom for many years. He was a great family man. He was very proud of his family! Tom and his Brother Pat were a great team. It was a great honor to know and work with both of them. DJM

Submitted by Chris Burger on

Anyone who worked on the Chicago & North Western with Tom, as I did in the 1970 and 1980's will remember his stories, jokes and unfailing good humor and that he was a good railroader. I can't think of a higher tribute.

Best wishes to Sue and the "kids"..

Submitted by Dick McDonald on

Tom missed his calling as a natural comedian. Very effective and impressive transportation officer on the Twin Cities Division who managed to keep the rest of us "loose" in some very trying times, all the while keeping his number one priority in order, that being his wonderful family. Tom was truly one of a kind.

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