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Tom A Guscott

August 9, 1955 - December 26, 2018

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Posted by:
Effie Sentouktsi

Posted on:
February 4, 2019

My deepest condolences to you, Lisa, and Jesse, Lindsay, and Tom's family. Rest in peace, Tom and via con Dios.

Posted by:
Howie Stalwick

Posted on:
January 13, 2019

So, so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Jennifer and I wish the best for Lisa and Jesse. Tom was such a terrific and kind person. I played Junior B (20-and-under) hockey with Tom in Spokane in the mid-1970s, and we went about 40 years without seeing one another until Jennifer and I wandered into Arlo's for dinner a few years ago, not knowing that Tom and Lisa ran the place. They were so gracious, the perfect couple to run a restaurant. Great food, too. We feel so fortunate that we ran into Tom that night and found time to have a great chat.

Posted by:
Shelley Allen

Posted on:
January 12, 2019

I’ll miss our Houseboat conversations and that great sense of humor! Love to Lisa, Jesse and Lindsay and see you this summer

Posted by:
B.G. and Mike Burdick

Posted on:
January 10, 2019

Ahhhh......crazy cousin Tom! Your Mum, Dad and Auntie Joy are hugging you now, bless your Heart! A life well lived, albeit way too short, from my viewpoint. All the Kerns girls and Uncle Bob send so much love to you, Lisa. ????. We are so happy that we were able to get over your way a couple of years ago and spend some time together. We have such wonderful memories of family life with the Guscotts. Love to you and Jesse.

Posted by:
Jeanne Duffner

Posted on:
January 10, 2019

Tom was a big part of why we felt so welcome at Arlo‘s. What a good, kind man! We miss him. Our thoughts are with you, Lisa, Jesse and Lindsay, and we 0will see you soon, at Arlo‘s.

Posted by:
Steve Lowe

Posted on:
January 9, 2019

So very sorry Lisa. I've lost your number so I hope you read this. Tom was one of the warmest, nice people I have known. I miss the Christmas parties with you guys. I wish I knew what to say. Much love to you and your family. I'll try to get in touch with you.

Posted by:
Jenn VanVolkinburg

Posted on:
January 9, 2019

I am so sorry to here this. I went there every year since you opened. Tom was family and so was Lisa. Many hugs and I will definitely keep mybtraditon going. Love you guys!! Mangia!!

Posted by:
Linda Dallmann

Posted on:
January 8, 2019

Jesse and Lisa, words are not enough but know you are thought of in this difficult time.

Posted by:
Nita and Keith Branson

Posted on:
January 8, 2019

RIP Tom, It's been an honor and pleasure to have known you for so many years. One of our favorite memories is seeing you zipping around town on your scooter. Also many great meals and friendships shared at Arlos. You will be missed my friend. Best wishes for the future Lisa and Jesse.

Posted by:
Kent Compton

Posted on:
January 7, 2019

Lisa and Jesse, So shocked and saddened to hear about Tom. So many good memories of him and you too. We haven’t been around much these past years, but hold you in our hearts and prayers. Much Love, Kent and Cindy Compton

Posted by:
Christine Moon

Posted on:
January 6, 2019

It is so sad to hear of Tom's passing. He treated me and my family like we were familiar long time friends, and we were orbiting the sweet circle at Arlo's. With some people, you think they will always be there, and it's hard to think Tom will be missing. Lisa, may you find comfort and peace as time goes by.

Posted by:
Paula Marcinko

Posted on:
January 5, 2019

Ohhh so sad.

Posted by:
Alan and Dawn Miller

Posted on:
January 4, 2019

We had the pleasure of living next door to Tom, Lisa, and Jessie for almost 20 years. Tom was one of the nicest guys we ever met, and was always in a great mood. He always had a good word to say, with a quick hello often turning into a 15-minute conversation. He loved talking about Jessie after he grew up and moved away, and would ask about our girls after they did the same. He truly loved Lisa and was so proud of Jessie. He touched so many people's lives through Arlo's and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, Tom.

Posted by:
Debbie Calhoun

Posted on:
January 1, 2019

Lisa I just heard this news yesterday....and I am very sorry and wishing the family Peace and Comfort at this hard time. Tom was always the best story teller and always had a good one. May the light he brought to everyone come back to him ten fold

Posted by:
Michael and Randi Hammersberg

Posted on:
January 1, 2019

Dearest Lisa and Jessie, So sorry for your loss, Tom was such a great presence in our community. 2018 has been a real year of trials for your family. You are in our thoughts and hearts ? May 2019 bring you everything good! With Love, Mike and Randi (Image Maker)

Posted by:
Brian and Laura Bjerke

Posted on:
December 30, 2018

Rest in peace our brother, it was a pleasure to know you! Our thoughts and condolences are with Lisa, Jesse and everyone at Arlos. Tom will be sorely missed.

Posted by:
Velma, Geni & Greg Hammer

Posted on:
December 30, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. I'm thankful I got to reconnect with him however briefly. He was a kind and good man and he was loved. Peace.

Posted by:
Judy & Roy Mills

Posted on:
December 30, 2018

Our sincere condolences to the entire family. May you find comfort from knowing that Tom was loved and appreciated by many people. He will be missed and his absence at Arlo's will be felt by all. But we know his legacy at Arlo's will continue, held in the capable hands of his family and staff. We lift a glass to his memory.

Posted by:
christopher murphy

Posted on:
December 30, 2018

Lisa and Family,I was saddened to hear of Toms' passing.He was a real gentleman.The world needs more people like him! Chris Murphy

Posted by:
Peter Lucht

Posted on:
December 30, 2018

May you soar with your new golden wings my brother Tom. I send my love to you and comfort in my prayers for you Lisa.