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Thomas Andrew Ball passed away October 2, 2021. He was born on June 3, 1961, and was a hard-working man who loved his family very much. Tom was a proud father to his son Andrew Ball and wife, Morgan, of Rising Sun, IN; daughter Samantha Pearl and husband, Robert, of Alamogordo, NM; and daughter Gabrielle Ball, of Mesa, AZ. He was so proud of his five grandkids:  Hayden, Carleigh, Levi, Owen, and Caleb. Tom is also survived by five sisters, two brothers, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his brother, Phil Ball Jr. of Cincinnati, OH; his father and mother, Phil Sr. and Norma Ball of Cincinnati, OH; and his wife, Shelly Ball, of San Tan Valley, AZ.

 

Tom, also known as Tommy by many, was an accomplished heavy equipment and aircraft painter. He developed the craft working at F&M Mafco in Harrison, OH. He briefly worked at Caterpillar and eventually opened Nu-Masheen, his own paint shop in Napoleon, IN. After eight years, he decided to close up and move to Arizona to be with Shelly and Gabrielle. He was an employee at Boeing until his passing. He was an active member of Saguaro Lake Marina and loved to spend time on his boat.

 

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  1. Maggie clark says:

    I’m so sorry he’s not with us anymore. He was a great friend. always there for you when you needed someone to listen. He had away of making you laugh. Always had a laid back positive attitude. A lot of fun. He will be missed. Love you Tom.

  2. Andy Peña says:

    My condolences to your family. I met Tommy at Boeing. We worked all but 50 ft from each other. He was a great guy. He had 3rd shift, so when I was walking in , he was walking out. I’d say goodnight to him. Gonna miss him. ❤️

  3. David cowans says:

    OK bro couple weeks since you left us I miss you it hurt my heart to hear did you passed on yes no you’re in a better place it’s tough I can’t believe 55 years by so fast can’t believe we get in so much trouble as kids and had so much fun as kids when I left for the military set a party before I left and when I get home You had a party for me enjoy the time with your family getting on the meeting damn I’m going to miss you bro I love you rest in peace

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Thomas Andrew Ball Obituary


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Thomas Andrew Ball passed away October 2, 2021. He was born on June 3, 1961, and was a hard-working man who loved his family very much. Tom was a proud father to his son Andrew Ball and wife, Morgan, of Rising Sun, IN; daughter Samantha Pearl and husband, Robert, of Alamogordo, NM; and daughter Gabrielle Ball, of Mesa, AZ. He was so proud of his five grandkids:  Hayden, Carleigh, Levi, Owen, and Caleb. Tom is also survived by five sisters, two brothers, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. He was preceded in death by his brother, Phil Ball Jr. of Cincinnati, OH; his father and mother, Phil Sr. and Norma Ball of Cincinnati, OH; and his wife, Shelly Ball, of San Tan Valley, AZ.

 

Tom, also known as Tommy by many, was an accomplished heavy equipment and aircraft painter. He developed the craft working at F&M Mafco in Harrison, OH. He briefly worked at Caterpillar and eventually opened Nu-Masheen, his own paint shop in Napoleon, IN. After eight years, he decided to close up and move to Arizona to be with Shelly and Gabrielle. He was an employee at Boeing until his passing. He was an active member of Saguaro Lake Marina and loved to spend time on his boat.

 

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3 responses to “Thomas Andrew Ball Obituary”

  1. Maggie clark says:

    I’m so sorry he’s not with us anymore. He was a great friend. always there for you when you needed someone to listen. He had away of making you laugh. Always had a laid back positive attitude. A lot of fun. He will be missed. Love you Tom.

  2. Andy Peña says:

    My condolences to your family. I met Tommy at Boeing. We worked all but 50 ft from each other. He was a great guy. He had 3rd shift, so when I was walking in , he was walking out. I’d say goodnight to him. Gonna miss him. ❤️

  3. David cowans says:

    OK bro couple weeks since you left us I miss you it hurt my heart to hear did you passed on yes no you’re in a better place it’s tough I can’t believe 55 years by so fast can’t believe we get in so much trouble as kids and had so much fun as kids when I left for the military set a party before I left and when I get home You had a party for me enjoy the time with your family getting on the meeting damn I’m going to miss you bro I love you rest in peace

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