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In Memory of

Thomas Albert BREWSTER

April 12, 1932 - November 11, 2016

Obituary


Thomas Albert Brewster passed away on November 11, 2016 in Fort Stockton, Texas. Tab, as he was known to his family and friends, was born in Ohio on April 12, 1932. He married Ruth Cole Franklin and was blessed with three step-children: Lynn Franklin, Carol Adams and Patricia Paul and six step- grand- children. He was also loved and remembered by numerous step- great grandchildren.
Tab loved spending time with all his family and friends. He was an easy-going man that so enjoyed entertaining friends with his wife Ruth, telling stories of his days...

Thomas Albert Brewster passed away on November 11, 2016 in Fort Stockton, Texas. Tab, as he was known to his family and friends, was born in Ohio on April 12, 1932. He married Ruth Cole Franklin and was blessed with three step-children: Lynn Franklin, Carol Adams and Patricia Paul and six step- grand- children. He was also loved and remembered by numerous step- great grandchildren.
Tab loved spending time with all his family and friends. He was an easy-going man that so enjoyed entertaining friends with his wife Ruth, telling stories of his days as a salesman and playing a good game of bridge. He was a faithful member of the Methodist church and loved the Lord.
Tab was preceded in death by his wife Ruth, father Evan Brewster, mother, Margaret, brother, Evan Brewster, Jr. and sister, Marjean Haramis Pappenden. TAB leaves behind two nephews: Stephen Brewster of Florida and Kim Haramis of Ohio and two nieces Kathryn Schira and Elizabeth Hill and numerous great nieces and nephews.
Tab was a lifetime salesman in a variety of areas and honored with numerous rewards for excellence in the business field. He was a gentleman with a winning smile and carried on an interesting conversation with all who came in contact with him. TAB will be buried in El Paso beside his beloved wife. A Memorial to celebrate date will be planned when all his family can attend. Please send Memorials to the Trinity-First United Methodist Church of El Paso. You may also contact at 306 S Summit, Fort Stockton, TX 79735.

Arrangements under the direction of Martin Funeral Home, El Paso, TX.