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Thomas Teyssier

Thomas Henry Teyssier

Saturday, December 7th, 1940 - Sunday, December 29th, 2019
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Thomas Henry Teyssier, 79, of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, (formerly of Jackson, MO), passed away on Sunday December 29, 2019. He was born on December 7, 1940 in Cleveland Ohio to the late Ferdinand and Dorothy (Pillars) Teyssier.
Tom is survived by his son, Bernard V. Teyssier and his wife Barbara of Bridgeport, WV; sister, Aleen Dammann of Long Beach, MS; grandchildren, Thomas W. Teyssier and his wife Clover, Daniel Freeman, and Shay Freeman, all of Bridgeport, WV, Bradley Vipond and his wife Julie of Elkhorn, NE.
Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Jean June Teyssier.
Tom was a veteran of the United States Air Force and a 30 year law enforcement veteran. He retired in 1994 from the United States Treasury Department, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms where he served as a Special Agent and he was a past commander at the American Legion Post 186, Little River, SC.
A memorial service will be held at the North Myrtle Beach Memorial Gardens in North Myrtle Beach, SC on Saturday, February 15,2020 at 2:00 PM with a celebration of life gathering for friends and family at The American Legion Post 186, Little River, SC.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in his honor to the American Cancer Society or the cancer research charity of your choosing.
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Jackie Bosworth

Posted at 10:39pm
Sending deepest sympathy to Tom’s family and friends. I worked for ATF in St. Louis and then in Fairview Heights, IL for Sam Turk and remember working with Tom from our Cape Girardeau ATF office. I’m sure Tom & Sam are up there telling great stories from the old days of ATF and their many adventures. Thank you for your years of service, Tom.

Susan Odom

Posted at 09:52am
Friends and classmates of Tom at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School will miss him very much. He delighted us all with stories and photos of his travels. He was a really fun guy, and we were so glad to see him at school reunions. Sincere condolences to his family. May Tom rest in peace.

Photo is from the RAGANA, the RGNS High School Yearbook

Susan Odom Posted at 10:00am

The picture was given to me by Thomas.

Jacky wolford

Posted at 08:37am
Tom was a very dear friend to my husband and our family he will be sadly missed

Beverly G. Lougher

Posted at 12:27pm
To the family of Tom - my sympathy and prayers of comfort for the family. Tom and I attended Rabun Gap Nacoochee School and were classmates of the class of 1958. I loved Tom as a friend while in high school and later as an alumni of the school. He was so much fun and held no ill will toward anyone. I reconnected with him later in life at the reunions at Rabun Gap. He still had that wonderful sense of humor and joy of life. He shared many of his travel memories with Sue and obviously enjoyed his time serving the American Legion. I played basketball, as he did, but he also was the "reporter" for the girl's games. He once wrote of me as the rotund player. Needless to say I kept that article and showed it to him at a Rabun Gap reunion. He said he had forgotten and was laughing. I told him I never forgot and I would get him back. Of course I never did. I was blessed to see him in the spring at the Dillard House where he treated a group to lunch. He was larger than life and his life in the service to others is much appreciated. I am gratified that I knew him and blessed to have him as a friend. He is missed. God bless his family.

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