This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Thomas Hernandez, 69 years old, born on August 31, 1951, and passed away on February 11, 2021. We will remember him forever.

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My Love (AKA Pop, Tom)

My Love my rock you gave our family unconditional love, life is hard to bare without you here... I was so blessed you picked me to spend your life with. I will cherish every memory you gave to me and our family. You were always a man of honor and had such sound advice, I am so lost without you. I will miss your smile, your laugh, and stubbornness and sitting on the side of you at all the football games and sailing away with you and shopping at Costco breakfast at the Sugar Mill. God truly sent me an angle and I know you will continue to watch over all of us...See you then my love.


Dear Daddy,
I will always be so ever thankful for the blessings you gave me throughout my life. I am so thankful god hand pick you to be my dad. There is no words to explain the unconditional love you gave to us all the Dedication loyalty and the man you will forever stay in my heart ❤️ Thank you for everything you taught me I will hold you close forever and never let our memories fade . One day we will be together Shine down over us POPS

                  Always your little girl ,
                       Anna Marie

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My Dad

Shared by Thomas Hernandez on February 23, 2021
On 4/1/79 I met my dad TOM HERNADEZ AKA POP. This was the first day I met the man I love and who showed me how to be a man. Pop was the inspiration to me and everyone he encountered in life, and is the man I strive to be. I can only imagine being the one providing to all and the man that gave to all he could. Pop gave all and did all he could, I can only hope to be the man he was. The giving loving man he was is what I will always remember. My dad taught me to be here for all, and I will be here!!

I will always remember what you gave me. I will miss our trips to Costco and your willingness to just go with me to run errands for random things. I will always remember your lessonsand long lectures... in sports and especially the times we fished. I remember as an adult planning trips so we could fish together.  I will always remember your calls to see how the kids were. I remember you never missing one of the kids events.  These are a small portion of my memories.

What I am missing right now Pop is walking in the door from a long day and seeing you there, and having our conversation's about how my day was. I miss my calls to see how my day was even after you just left us. I miss my calls to just provide me information and guidance. I miss your voice. I miss you so much DAD!

Dad I love you and can not wait to be with you again!

Love your Son Tommy