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Tharrahhthuzztrahh Livingstone Bloom

Interment Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Tharrahhthuzztrahh Livingstone Bloom, 64, entered eternal life on Sunday, January 20, 2019, at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence KY.

He enjoyed time with his family, cooking, watching soccer, hiking, and anything that amplified his connection with the earth.

He took pride in his family, computer business, and customers, and dreamed of retiring to a beach house, where he would start a delicate mushroom farm.

Such a beautiful soul who wished love for all. He will be missed forever.

His parents Stanley Pytell and Honora Anzick preceded him in death. Tharrahhthuzztrahh will be dearly missed by his soulmate Eve Bloom; their children: Christasia, Cayleb, and Serenity; siblings: Rhana, Theresa, Katie, Dan, and Tim; nieces, nephews, members of the Livingstone and Pytell families, and friends.

The family will hold private services following cremation.

Memorial contributions may be made to:

Kentucky State Parks Foundation:

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Tharrahhthuzztrahh Livingstone Bloom


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Tharrahhthuzztrahh Livingstone Bloom


“T” was a man of character and a humble soul, who possessed a brilliant mind.

When “T” visited Register Publications in Lawrenceburg, he and I would always find a little time to discuss music, philosophy, religion, and yes – politics. He had a razor-sharp mind, and a smile that put one at ease. “T” valued people. He was pure of heart, and taller in the spiritual sense than most the people I know or have known. I miss him now. I will miss him tomorrow, and ten times ten-thousand tomorrows.

Joe Awad

Thanks for bringing joy to others.

I worked with Tharrahhthrrustah for several years as a business partner with his computer business. He was always so kind and helpful. He always greeted me with a big smile and was always funny and a joy to work with. I was sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts are with his loved ones and friends.
Karen Neumeister

Farewell, friend

I will always think fondly of Tharrahhthuzztrahh, he was a kind man from the moment we met. I remember sitting on a beach in Mexico with him 20 years ago and us marveling at how beautiful it was there. Several of us went scuba diving for the first time on that trip. Tharrahhthuzztrahh had either done it before or took to it very quickly, he was able to stay under a considerable amount of time longer than the rest of the group. We had such fun on that trip. He was so quick to a smile and such a joy to be around. He will be missed.

My condolences to all of those that loved him,
Kyle H.