Cunningham, Thomas Dale

Thomas Dale Cunningham of Fort Saskatchewan passed away suddenly Sunday morning November 21, 2021. He went peacefully on his 53rd Wedding Anniversary to be with his Bride Ruthie.

Tom born on May 18, 1948 in Lewistown, Montana preceded in death by his wife Ruth Elaine Cunningham, parents Evelyn and Dale Cunningham (Denton MT) In-Laws Robbie and Faith Robinson (Innisfail, AB)

Devoted Father, Husband, Brother, Son, Uncle, Grampa and Friend!
Tom is survived by his sons; Troy (Debbie), Scott (Kerry), Jeremy (Cortnee), Travis (Crystal) & Fure Baby Bandit.

Grandkids & Greats; Lacey (Bryden & Dane), Seanna, Joey, Jake, Nolan, Camden, Braden, Kalen, Carly & Hadley Siblings; Ronnie (Pam), Carmen (Gary), Cheryl, Steve (Liz), Don (Judy), Dan (Maria) SIL Bernice Dow Nieces, Nephews, & Greats-plenty of ears to go around! Cousins, Aunts, Uncles & Friends too, hard to mention just a few.

Toms’ favorite times were spent with family and friends in Victor Mt and then in Red Deer, AB where he and Ruthie started their family. He missed everyone terribly and spoke of doing some travelling to visit and catch up.

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Larry Leckie

Worked with Tom for several years at Dow Fort Sask – so sorry to hear he has passed. Sincere condolences to Tom’s family.

Mike Normandeau

I worked with Tom for many years and have so many memories of laughs and great conversations. Tom was a mentor for many of us in the Site Logistics organization and I am so grateful that I had a chance to know him and learn from him. You will be missed Mr. C

Ronda Gras

I worked with Tom many years ago at EOEG. When I needed something he always lend a helping hand. He was a lovely person with a very kind heart. He will be missed. My sincere condolences.

Lacey Urbanski

We had the pleasure of living next to Tom for several years and my boys and I were so grateful to get to meet him. His love for his family (and his dog) were evident to anyone who met him. When we refused to accept money for shoveling he would bring toys and surprises for us or leave me flowers in the spring. So thoughtful. When I think of Tom I will think back with fond memories. If we are able to help the family in anyway during this please contact me. Our condolences

Ryan and Nicole Brassard

Tom was one of our amazing friendly neighbours. He came over last Halloween to give our children their own little treat bags because he wasn’t going to be handing out candy in the evening. He was such a sweet man that always offered us and our kids his amazing smile and was always up for chats. The kids loved walking on his front lawn stones, checking out his trailer and just telling Tom random stories that he listened too. We will all miss him! Sincere condolences to his family <3

Balsiger Richard

I worked with Tom for quite a while. Lots of laughs with Tom. King of the plaid shirt, quick quip, and a laugh you don’t forget. Condolences to the family.

Don sabean

Tom was my neighbor I injoyed listening to his stories. Sometimes we would talk for hours. When I would go to Asia for the winters he would look after my house for me. He was a really good friend and a great neighbor he will be greatly missed .

Edward (Ted) & Darlene Johnston

Our sincere sympathy to Tom’s family. Tom was a precious cousin and we will miss him. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Ted & Darlene

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