In memory of
Thomas Robert (Tom) Weschler
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In memory of
Thomas Robert (Tom) Weschler
Thomas was born on December 21, 1917 and passed away on Sunday, April 3, 2016. Thomas was a resident of Mystic, Connecticut at the time of his passing. He graduated first in his class from Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie. He retired from U.S. Navy His service in the Korean and Vietnam wars and in WWII in which he was one of the âswim-awaysâ surviving the sinking of the aircraft carrier Wasp in September 1942. He was married to Katrina. A funeral mass will be held on Friday April 8 2016 at 2:00 PM at St. Patrickâs Church 32 E. Main Street Mystic CT with a reception following at Stone Ridge 186 Jerry Browne Road Mystic. A burial service will be held at the U. S. Naval Academy later this spring. Flowers may be sent to Stone Ridge andor contributions to the OHPRI 29 Touro Street Newport RI 02840.
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Mystic Funeral Home - Mystic
Route 1 51 Williams Ave.
Mystic, CT 06355
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In memory of
Thomas Robert (Tom) Weschler
Thomas was born on December 21, 1917 and passed away on Sunday, April 3, 2016. Thomas was a resident of Mystic, Connecticut at the time of his passing. He graduated first in his class from Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie. He retired from U.S. Navy His service in the Korean and Vietnam wars and in WWII in which he was one of the âswim-awaysâ surviving the sinking of the aircraft carrier Wasp in September 1942. He was married to Katrina. A funeral mass will be held on Friday April 8 2016 at 2:00 PM at St. Patrickâs Church 32 E. Main Street Mystic CT with a reception following at Stone Ridge 186 Jerry Browne Road Mystic. A burial service will be held at the U. S. Naval Academy later this spring. Flowers may be sent to Stone Ridge andor contributions to the OHPRI 29 Touro Street Newport RI 02840.
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Mystic Funeral Home - Mystic
Route 1 51 Williams Ave.
Mystic, CT 06355
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