ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Arthur Ungerbuhler, 72 years old, born on January 8, 1949, and passed away on April 16, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dale Ungerbuhler on April 19, 2021
Tom was proceeded in death by Arthur P., Norma, Fred, and Bobby Ungerbuhler. Surviving siblings Linda { Steve } Foster, Robert { Donna }, Bill { Glenda }, and Dale Ungerbuhler. Children Aimee, Chrissy, Heather and Dustin. He had 9 grandchildren and many niece's and nephews.
Posted by Dale Ungerbuhler on April 18, 2021
Dear Brother Tom
We are all here for you today to give you our love and support. Regardless of what you thought that no one loved or cared about you. Sometimes we had to love you from a distance and pray for you from a far. We all tried to help you through life and wanted nothing but the best for you. You hurt all of us at times and I know that we did you also, but we forgave you without question. We just want peace for you now and want you to go be with Mom, Dad. Fred. And the rest of the family that have went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ So go rest brother you’ve had a hard life we will all see you in the next life. We love you and will miss you. Say hello to Mom, Dad, and Fred and all the rest. Until we see you again brother be at peace at last.

Written and read by Dale Edward Ungerbuhler at Tom's beside before he passed away

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Posted by Dale Ungerbuhler on April 19, 2021
Tom was proceeded in death by Arthur P., Norma, Fred, and Bobby Ungerbuhler. Surviving siblings Linda { Steve } Foster, Robert { Donna }, Bill { Glenda }, and Dale Ungerbuhler. Children Aimee, Chrissy, Heather and Dustin. He had 9 grandchildren and many niece's and nephews.
Posted by Dale Ungerbuhler on April 18, 2021
Dear Brother Tom
We are all here for you today to give you our love and support. Regardless of what you thought that no one loved or cared about you. Sometimes we had to love you from a distance and pray for you from a far. We all tried to help you through life and wanted nothing but the best for you. You hurt all of us at times and I know that we did you also, but we forgave you without question. We just want peace for you now and want you to go be with Mom, Dad. Fred. And the rest of the family that have went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ So go rest brother you’ve had a hard life we will all see you in the next life. We love you and will miss you. Say hello to Mom, Dad, and Fred and all the rest. Until we see you again brother be at peace at last.

Written and read by Dale Edward Ungerbuhler at Tom's beside before he passed away
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My Big Brother Tom, The Tom that I knew

Shared by Robert Ungerbuhler on April 23, 2021
Tom had a deep bible based religious core, he would send out testaments of faith and conviction of things he found in his studies. I knew he was busy at work usually at 3:30 am when I would be awaken by the dinging of my phone.

In his quest for the truth, he was anxious to share with others what he had just learned. Tom was searching for unconditional love that is only found in God’s love and then wanted to share. Tom had the biggest heart and would give to other unselfishly, almost down too has last penny. Was he the angel testing us?

I knew a soul that loved his family and children very deeply. I knew a soul that wanted the best for others. I knew a soul that was hurt deeply to the core. I knew a soul that cried for peace for all. I knew a soul that loved Jesus the son of God almighty and believed Jesus would return to rule on earth, and take away our sorrows.

I knew a soul my big brother was ready to go home. Be at peace brother you are home, no more hurt, no more pain, no more sorrows. Just Love, Gods Love, Angels Love, heavenly Love. Catch a rainbow, ride a shooting star, visit that crystal city seen in the Hubble telescope.

I love you Tom, I will miss you. I’m glad that you are home though. Rest in Peace.
Love Always Unconditionally 

Bobby

Brother Bill Memories of Big Brother Tom

Shared by Robert Ungerbuhler on April 22, 2021
Who was Arthur T Ungerbuhler,  Tom was one of my older brothers.  Tom taught me how to drive my first automobile using a stick shift.   Tom taught me the art of shooting pool.  He taught me so well at shooting pool,  that I became the teacher. I will remember those days growing up living near Elder high school,  Tom being his siblings big brother and protector. Most recently I had the pleasure to take Tom on a few business road trips with me across the US.  Tom went with me to Chesapeake Bay in Virginia, Daytona Beach Florida.  Tom hadn’t been to Daytona beach in over 50 years.  He was amazed at all the big buildings that have popped up everywhere.   Tom enjoyed the beach experience so much he took his shoes off rolled up his pants stood in water just looking around.  I have a few photos in the gallery . It was a joy to watch,  I will miss him – I’ll cherish these memories forever.   Tom loved going through the mountains we went through Hawks nest West Virginia. When we were kids going to my aunt’s house in Virginia with mom and dad,  we went back to the Overlooks and took a bunch of pictures of the majestic views.    We visited some of the Gettysburg’s battlefields and national monuments when we had time.  And then covid 19 hit and I couldn’t take him anywhere because of the health risk and concerns.  I will miss him I love you my brother,  I will see you again someday. Rest in Peace. 
Shared by Dale Ungerbuhler on April 22, 2021
There’s been so many people who have influenced my life, but Tom Ungerbuhler has done it in a special way. Never have I met someone so fearless in his faith and devotion to God, kind, humble, positive, and quick to make you laugh! He helped me see what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. Love you Tom! Thank you for your example!!!