T.C. was truly one-of-a-kind.
His smile... his laugh... his optimistic look on life.
We miss him tremendously but feel honored to have known him and that we were blessed to call him our friend.
GO DODGERS !!!
- Dan & Dee Meyer
Condolences to the Collins family. Tom and his entire family were/are wonderful neighbors. Tom was a great sports fan who was always prepared to discuss the latest on the Bills, Sabres, and golf. When the front of our driveway would get plowed in, Tom always seemed to be there with shovel and, later, with his snow blower. When we finished he would say, with his great smile, "That's it - we won't be getting any more snow this year."
Susan and Family,
So very sorry for your loss. Seemed like forever TC would be walking by our house on Buffalo Street and would stop and say hello. He definitely was a guy that loved life and made the most of every day.
I am sorry I can’t be there on Saturday but know that all of you are in my thoughts . Rest In Peace TC
Mike and Maun Best
Same night I met Calvin Brown (Peanuts) at the Pleasant Ave ice rink, I also met TC. It was TC who became my lifetime friend of 61 years. I’ve already been missing him. What a wonderful soul and he was a pretty damn good skater too. His warmth, compassion, generosity, spirit and ultimate pursuit of happiness touched all of our lives. Hope to see you again brother, whenever and wherever. -Charlie Sillence