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Tom Imhoff

Service Date: June 12, 2021
Visitation Info: St. Timothy Church – Union, KY
Interment Info: St. Mary Cemetery (Ft. Mitchell)
Service Info: St. Timothy Church – Union, KY
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William Thomas Imhoff of Union, Kentucky, age 64, passed away May 11, 2021, at his home surrounded by his family. Prior to retirement, Tom had made a home for his family in Anderson Twp., Ohio. There, he and Linda, his wife of forty-two years, spent most of their married life raising their three children as active members of the community and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church.

Tom embraced life fully, but outside the spotlight. He never served in the military but was extremely proud of family members and others that devoted themselves to protecting the freedoms he enjoyed. Until his retirement in 2020, Tom was a successful businessman and salesman, appreciated by both colleagues and customers for his honesty and integrity. He was also an accomplished and respected high school basketball state championship official.

In his younger years, Tom was a talented baseball pitcher and later enjoyed sharing his passion for the game while coaching his children and grandchildren. He was a fixture in the dugout or on the sidelines cheering them on at their events. As a parent, grandparent, and coach, he took pride in leading by example and placed a high value on having a strong work ethic. He dedicated countless hours of his time to helping anyone who put forth the effort and demonstrated unending patience and encouragement. Tom had a playful and competitive nature, but to him, sportsmanship was always honorable.

Throughout his brief battle with a painful cancer, Tom remained strong in his faith and felt his life had been truly blessed. He was ever grateful for the support of family, friends, and caregivers. Tom brought a tremendous amount of happiness to the world around him, but nothing captured it better than the way he would light up seeing or talking about his family, especially his grandchildren. Tom’s love for his wife and family was selfless, unconditional, and fiercely loyal. His family will miss and always remember his generous hugs, laughing eyes, gentle words, and abundantly kind heart.

Tom is survived by: his wife, Linda; children: Brian(Sandy) Imhoff, Becky(Scott) Evans, & Eric(Lauren) Imhoff and six grandchildren. Also his parents: Bill & Dorothy Imhoff; sister, Cindy(Rick) Tanner; In-laws who cherished him as a son and brother as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2021 9:00AM-10:00AM at St. Timothy Catholic Church in Union, KY. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 10:00AM at the church. The family will hold a private burial service at the cemetery following Mass.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. To share a memory or leave a condolence visit www.LinnemannFuneralHomes.com.

Saturday
12
June
9:00 am - 10:00 am

St. Timothy Church – Union, KY

10272 US 42
Union, KY 41091
Phone: (859) 384-1100
Saturday
12
June
10:00 am

St. Timothy Church – Union, KY

10272 US 42
Union, KY 41091
Phone: (859) 384-1100

St. Mary Cemetery (Ft. Mitchell)

Address: 2201 Dixie Highway Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017
Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Tom Imhoff


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Condolences from the Regan family

We were saddened to hear about Tom’s passing. The world has lost a truly wonderful person. We will always remember him as a an honest, genuine, fun-loving person who would do anything for family and friends. His laugh and smile were contagious.
Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Rick, Barb, Jenny, Mine and Jackie


Message go the family of Tom Imhoff

We want you to know that you are in our thoughts and our prayers. The tremendous loss of Tom is heartbreaking. He was a very special person. He made the world a better place.
Prayerfully
Don and Jeanie Goeckner
Former neighbors of Dot and Bill


Business Associate

Tom was great to deal with. Always cheerful and respectful. I’m grateful to have know him, and worked with him on many projects. He will be missed! Prayers to his family.


Friend and Co-Worker

Tom was a good friend and co-worker. Always was a pleasure to work with him on projects and attend meeting with him. Always very professional and well respected. Prayers to Tom’s Family that he was always talking about and very proud to have!!