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Thomas John Francois of Apache Junction, AZ, went home to be with his Savior unexpectedly on July 11, 2020. He was 70 years old.

He was born in Green Bay, WI. He came with his family to Arizona City in 1964. He went to Casa Grande Union High School and learned the art of woodworking by Lee Be Dillon. He became a master craftsman woodworker and owned and operated customwoodworkingaz.com. Tom was also a musician and played the trumpet, drums, and keyboard. He entertained as a one man band and also joined his sister Cynthia Francois as an entertaining duo. Tom loved to fish at Roosevelt Lake and enjoyed camping with his wife in the Superstition mountains state park. Tom was a wonderful patriot and loved his county.

Tom is the son of John “Jack” Francois of Casa Grande and the late June VanRemortal Francois. He is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen Hayes and his daughter, Sarah Francois. He is also survived by his four sisters and two brothers: Karen and her husband Kelly Quinn, Cynthia Francois and her husband Jerry Howard, Steve Francois and his wife Debbie, Barbara and her husband Lytle Rieffer, Brian Francois and his wife Laura, and Mary and her husband Truett Rosenbam.

Donations in his memory may be made to the American Tinnitus Association at: donations.ata.org or to Trump, make America great again committee at: secure.winred.com

The family is planning a memorial service at a later date.

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3 responses to “Thomas John Francois”

  1. The Collins Family says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Tom was a special person. He was proud of his family and always protective of everyone. He was a good neighbor and he will be missed greatly. Our prayers are with the family during this journey.

  2. Mike & Carol Debbout says:

    So sad for all of your family. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers.
    We are happy to make a donation to American Tinnitus Association.

  3. Jerry A Lowe says:

    My Heart fell when I heard. Tom was a good friend and drummer in our band “Train” we had some memorable times. Love you brother. Condolence to his family

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Thomas John Francois of Apache Junction, AZ, went home to be with his Savior unexpectedly on July 11, 2020. He was 70 years old.

He was born in Green Bay, WI. He came with his family to Arizona City in 1964. He went to Casa Grande Union High School and learned the art of woodworking by Lee Be Dillon. He became a master craftsman woodworker and owned and operated customwoodworkingaz.com. Tom was also a musician and played the trumpet, drums, and keyboard. He entertained as a one man band and also joined his sister Cynthia Francois as an entertaining duo. Tom loved to fish at Roosevelt Lake and enjoyed camping with his wife in the Superstition mountains state park. Tom was a wonderful patriot and loved his county.

Tom is the son of John “Jack” Francois of Casa Grande and the late June VanRemortal Francois. He is survived by his loving wife, Kathleen Hayes and his daughter, Sarah Francois. He is also survived by his four sisters and two brothers: Karen and her husband Kelly Quinn, Cynthia Francois and her husband Jerry Howard, Steve Francois and his wife Debbie, Barbara and her husband Lytle Rieffer, Brian Francois and his wife Laura, and Mary and her husband Truett Rosenbam.

Donations in his memory may be made to the American Tinnitus Association at: donations.ata.org or to Trump, make America great again committee at: secure.winred.com

The family is planning a memorial service at a later date.

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3 responses to “Thomas John Francois”

  1. The Collins Family says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Tom was a special person. He was proud of his family and always protective of everyone. He was a good neighbor and he will be missed greatly. Our prayers are with the family during this journey.

  2. Mike & Carol Debbout says:

    So sad for all of your family. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers.
    We are happy to make a donation to American Tinnitus Association.

  3. Jerry A Lowe says:

    My Heart fell when I heard. Tom was a good friend and drummer in our band “Train” we had some memorable times. Love you brother. Condolence to his family

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