Thomas Landon “Tommy” Boggs, who was 38 years old at the time of his death on August 6, 2020, passed away. Tommy was born on July 1st, 1982 in the city of Martinsville, in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Tommy cherished every moment of his life. Tommy did not only “sleepwalk through” his life; rather, he actively participated in its events. Tommy was a very faithful family member and friend, and he was especially loyal to his family, friends, teammates, and his two favourite teams, the Chicago Cubs and the Green Bay Packers. Tommy will be remembered for all time for his quick wit, contagious smile, and generous and compassionate heart.
Tommy was a major fan of many different kinds of sports, and he particularly liked going hunting and spending time in the great outdoors with his children and other members of his family. No of the activity, Tommy was always competing with his full force and determination. He was an unrelenting and tough adversary. The showstopper was Tommy’s nickname growing up.
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Tommy is survived by his children Kaitlyn Boggs (Travis Godfrey); and his son, Kai Boggs; his Grandson, Caleb Godfrey; and his parents, Tim and Joyce Boggs; his sister Jennifer and her husband Billy Walker; nephew, Levi Walker; and his grandparents William and Becky Mays, as well as a large number of cousins, aunts, uncles, and so many friends.
Special friends Lyniah Irvine, Gabrielle Reed, and Asia Reed, as well as Michelle Powell and her daughters, are included here.
Tommy’s great-grandparents, William and Myra Mays, as well as Malcolm and Claudine Cash, passed away before him. His grandparents, Thomas and Vera Boggs, passed away before him.
In the year 2000, Tommy received his diploma from Amherst County High School. He had held a position at the Frito Lay location in Lynchburg, Virginia.
On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, from six to eight o’clock in the evening, the family night will be held at the Tharp Funeral Home in Madison Heights, Virginia. The burial will take place in the Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery, which is located at 650 Thrasher Creek Road in Amherst, Virginia 24521, after the funeral service, which will be held at the same location on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 1 p.m.
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