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The Final Duty Station This forum is presented by Retired GySgt Bill Conroy. It is a listing of those that have received orders for their final duty station. These Marines have given their all. We now give our honor.

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Old 12-21-2009, 16:33 PM
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Tom Youngerman Sr., 89, St Louis, MO

Tom Youngerman, Sr., 89 years old, joined his beloved Wife, Mary (nee Bommarito) of 64 years just thirty six days after her passing. He passed quietly on December 8, 2009 in Phoenix, AZ. His family and lifelong friends will miss him forever. Tom lived a long and exemplary life, setting the standard for future generations of his offspring. He was a Marine and wed Mary in Homa, LA prior to being shipped overseas where he fought in World War II in the Pacific theatre. Before the wedding, Tom and Mary were advised by the base chaplain, these war time weddings just never seem to last. Tom and Mary were blessed with three children, Patricia (married to Harold Harrison), Tom Jr. (married to Kimberly) and Jimmy. The greatest tragedy of his life and all of our lives was the loss of his son, Jimmy to leukemia at the age of nine. Tom's legacy includes grandchildren, Kim, James, and Gwen (Patricia) and Clint and Chad (Tom Jr.); great-grand- children, Jennifer, Abigail and Jacob (Kim and Daniel Buchalter); Sophia, Cisco James, Stella, and Mary Alexandra (Gwen and Cisco Villalta); Colin and Jillian (Clint and Jennifer Youngerman) and Vincent and Violet (Chad and Penny Youngerman); and greatgreat-grandchildren, Gavin, Grady, and Roxanna (Jennifer and Mike Spitzer). We will all cherish his memory. Tom and Mary had many lifelong friends in St. Louis and his loss will be felt deeply by all, including the family's best friend, Dinty. Tom was a native St. Louisan and loved all things St. Louis: the Cardinals, the Blues, the Hill, etc. He was the last of a breed spending over thirty-five years with one company, American Bakeries Company in various management positions. Tom and Mary will join their son Jimmy in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, MO before the holidays. Services: A memorial service for Tom and Mary will be announced and conducted in St. Louis after the first of the year.

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