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Tom Luginbill

Tom J. Luginbill, 67, of New Paris, Ohio, passed away Friday, March 22, after a lengthy illness.
   He was born June 30, 1945 in Bluffton, Indiana to Arthur E. and Justine Collins Luginbill. He was formerly employed at NATCO in Richmond and was retired from the National Trail School District.
   Tom will be missed by his wife, Jo Luginbill, of New Paris; son, Allen Scott Luginbill, of New Paris; daughter, Charlotte (Tom) Osborn, of Leesburg, FL; grandson, Derrick Allen Rubush; granddaughter, Krista Nicole Rubush; step-grandson, Daniel Cordine, of Richmond; great-grandchild, Kaiden Allen Rubush; brother-in-law, Jack (Betty) Banta and sister-in-law, Carolyn (David) Holt, all of Cambridge City. He was the beloved uncle of many nieces and nephews, and a friend to many including the New Paris Gospel Church family.
   Tom was preceded in death by his parents, his step-mother, Louise Begley Luginbill; brothers, Rex and David Luginbill; step-daughter, Debra Cordine and mother-in-law, Jeannette L. Hunt.
   A graveside ceremony will be conducted by Rev. Gilmer Smith and Rev. Don West at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26, in Chester Cemetery.
   In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial contribution in Tom’s memory to the New Paris Gospel Church.

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Guestbook

To my Unc,
I so love and miss you.  I am so glad for the time we had together earlier this year.  I enjoyed the visit and the card time.........I love and miss you dearly.  
To Auntie Jo,
I so feel for you and the pain you are going through.  There will be so many emotions that you have to deal with, anger, hurt, pain, and all the rest.  Lots of healing to do.  I am praying that God helps heal your pain and helps you get through all the emotions that you have to go through.  Know that you can count on me to be there, through thick and thin, will do what i can to help you get through this, one day or one minute at a time.  I love you both..........

Ruth Fox Apr 1 2013 12:00 AM

To all the family of Uncle Tom,
I am in tears over his passing. He was very loved and full of fun to be around. May God Bless each and everyone of you during this time. He will be missed so much by many who knew him. Jo, take care and know how much I love you and UNC.

Debbie Steele Mar 29 2013 12:00 AM

Dear Jo and Family,
We were all terrribly shocked to learn of the loss of Tom- we had no idea he was sick. There really are no words we can use to express the sorrow we feel for you and your family at this time. You and Tom were always so kind to us- we will never forget the " garage conversations" we had at mushroom time.
We want you to know you can call on us for ANY help you may need during the coming months- We want to help in any way we can. Please just let us know if there is something we might help you with. We will keep you in prayer and ask for your healing and strength during this painful time. ( We are all under the weather at the moment - we did not want everyone at the service to catch our misfortune)Again, we love you and will be hoping for you and your families healing during this time of sorrow.  
With Love,
Rose, Jacob, Kevin, Bonnie and Jim Wright

Rose & Kevin and the Wright Family Mar 26 2013 12:00 AM