Thomas L. Sellers died unexpectedly on 8/24/19 at home. He was born on July 28, 1985, to Terry and Patricia Sellers. He is the youngest of five siblings. Thomas attended Lodi High School. After school he worked hard and became a very skilled tradesman. He learned most of those skills from working with his Father for many years. He enjoyed tree work the most with his brother in-law, Eric. Thomas took great pride in his work. Thomas was a smart, kind, and quiet man, but when he did talk you knew it really meant something. He had the most beautiful eyes that would make all of the girls’ hearts melt. He loved to go fishing, enjoyed the great outdoors and hanging out with his big brother and friends. He also enjoyed riding and working on his 4 wheeler, motorcycle, and snowmobile. He loved his family, friends, and pets, especially his cat Gido.
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He is survived by his loving parents; sweet sisters and bros in-law, Tania (Robert) Sarabia, Teresa (Brent) Hellenbrand, and Terri (Eric) Hawk; and his loving brother, Tim Sellers; many aunts, uncles, cousins, a niece, nephews, and many friends too.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, George and Carol Sellers of Portage, and Lester and Eileen Smith of Madison; his aunts, Susan Smith and Mary Burgus; his uncles, Michael Sellers and Daniel Sellers; and his cat Gido
There will be a celebration of life for Tom on Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 2-5 pm in the event room at The Waddle Inn, N1430 WI-113, Lodi, WI 53555
Those wishing to offer memorials, in lieu of flowers, are asked to consider memorials be made to his parents to help with arrangements. 148 Chestnut St, Lodi, WI 53555
What started as a sore back treated with pain pills, culminated in heroin addiction. No one sets out to be a heroin addict, Tom did his best, and he will be forever loved, missed, and remembered. Tom’s family can only hope that his death will not be in vain, but instead help increase awareness of this disease. If you are reading this and are struggling please seek help.