In memory of
Thomas Allen Dew M.D.
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In memory of
Thomas Allen Dew M.D.
Dew, Thomas Allen M.D. died suddenly, Nov. 11, 2018, aged 76. A proud native of Warren, Ark., Tom was known for his energy, optimism, progressive politics, service to others and devotion to familyand, not to be forgotten, his repertoire of stories. A graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, he trained at Barnes Hospital/ Washington University, specializing in pulmonary disease. In all, he practiced medicine for 42 years, largely at St. Luke's Hospital. His two years in the US Army Medical Corps included a tour of duty in Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star and Soldier's Medal. With his analytical mind, he enjoyed a good debate and was never timid about offering an opinion. As much as he loved his patients and the practice of medicine, he also enjoyed his retirement, with many happy hours spent traveling or at the U. City Commons and the Ruth Park Golf Course. His community service included tenures as president of the boards of the English Language School (serving refugees and immigrants) and St. Andrew's Episcopal-Presbyterian Foundation. He served on the board of the Illinois Thoroughbred Breeders & Owners Foundation. And, most recently, he has been a devoted member of the board of Blackburn College in Carlinville, Ill., one of the seven work colleges in the U.S. Survivors include Bettye, his wife of 54 years; his daughters Laura (Paul Revilla) and Allison (Cameron Sojan); his sisters, Jo Ann Reichen and Gingy (John) Cuthbertson; his brother Robert (Marci); his grandsons Patrick and Graham Revilla; his stepgrandchildren, Zach, Lucy and Poppy Sojan; many nieces and nephews, and cherished friends. Services: Visitation at Lupton's Funeral Home in University City on Friday, Nov. 16, from 4-8 p.m. A memorial service will be held in March 2019. Memorials may be made to the Mueller Scholarship Fund, Blackburn College, 700 College Ave. #1, Carlinville, Ill. 62626, or The Griffin Center, PO Box 2185, East St. Louis, IL 62202. A SERVICE OF LUPTON CHAPEL
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In memory of
Thomas Allen Dew M.D.
Dew, Thomas Allen M.D. died suddenly, Nov. 11, 2018, aged 76. A proud native of Warren, Ark., Tom was known for his energy, optimism, progressive politics, service to others and devotion to familyand, not to be forgotten, his repertoire of stories. A graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, he trained at Barnes Hospital/ Washington University, specializing in pulmonary disease. In all, he practiced medicine for 42 years, largely at St. Luke's Hospital. His two years in the US Army Medical Corps included a tour of duty in Vietnam, where he earned the Bronze Star and Soldier's Medal. With his analytical mind, he enjoyed a good debate and was never timid about offering an opinion. As much as he loved his patients and the practice of medicine, he also enjoyed his retirement, with many happy hours spent traveling or at the U. City Commons and the Ruth Park Golf Course. His community service included tenures as president of the boards of the English Language School (serving refugees and immigrants) and St. Andrew's Episcopal-Presbyterian Foundation. He served on the board of the Illinois Thoroughbred Breeders & Owners Foundation. And, most recently, he has been a devoted member of the board of Blackburn College in Carlinville, Ill., one of the seven work colleges in the U.S. Survivors include Bettye, his wife of 54 years; his daughters Laura (Paul Revilla) and Allison (Cameron Sojan); his sisters, Jo Ann Reichen and Gingy (John) Cuthbertson; his brother Robert (Marci); his grandsons Patrick and Graham Revilla; his stepgrandchildren, Zach, Lucy and Poppy Sojan; many nieces and nephews, and cherished friends. Services: Visitation at Lupton's Funeral Home in University City on Friday, Nov. 16, from 4-8 p.m. A memorial service will be held in March 2019. Memorials may be made to the Mueller Scholarship Fund, Blackburn College, 700 College Ave. #1, Carlinville, Ill. 62626, or The Griffin Center, PO Box 2185, East St. Louis, IL 62202. A SERVICE OF LUPTON CHAPEL
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