Thomas D. Wehe – 5/18/2020

May 21st, 2020

Thomas D. Wehe, 58, passed on Monday, May 18, 2020 at Crozer Chester Medical Center in Chester, PA. Thomas was born and raised in Marcus Hook and resided in Aston, PA. He was a 1981 graduate of Chichester High School.
Thomas worked for many years at Baldt Anchor and Chain in Chester and Alan McIlvain Lumber Company in Marcus Hook, PA.
He was a lifetime member of the Marcus Hook Fire Company, and enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting, archery, and could always be found with a fishing pole with bait ready to go. He also enjoyed time with family, hosting large community crab parties in his backyard, and was a lifelong Elvis fan. Tom enjoyed watching the Eagles but was a diehard fan of the LA Rams. He was also a constant attendee at all professional sporting events from the Phillies, 76ers, Flyers games and WWE events.
A lot can be said about Tom, but the one consistent comment always heard, is the good heart he had and for his care and concern of others. He was also a local celebrity when it came to his famous Chicken and Dumplings.
He was pre-deceased by his father, Edward A. Wehe II, his Mother, Amy (Laird) Wehe, Brother Edward A. Wehe III and nephew Edward A. Wehe IV.
He is survived by his Brothers, Joseph Costa and Michael (Melisa) Costa of Aston, Daniel Costa of Downingtown; Niece, Ann Marie; Nephews, Anthony, Joseph, and Zachary; fiancé Hope Bryant; stepson, Derik and beloved grandchildren, JJ and Elizabeth; former sister-in-law, Maryann Wehe; his Godson Joey Taylor; lifelong friend, Gene Taylor; numerous cousins.
Do to COVID-19 restrictions, a service will be had at a later date where family and friends can pay their respects. Burial will be private.

18 thoughts on “Thomas D. Wehe – 5/18/2020

  • By Albert DiBello on

    Having known Tommy since 7th grade gives me great sadness. My condolences to his family. Gene informed me on 5 25 of his passing.

  • By John G.Vernon on

    Eternal rest grant unto him o Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him . May he rest in Peace

    • By John G.Vernon on

      Tom was a True Gentleman and a good listener,always willing to help others back at Chichester Jr High School Shop class !

  • By Don and Judy curry on

    Tommy you were like a son to Don and I. You will be deeply missed by all. Thank you for many of years of friendship , laughs, and all your help. You were always ready to lend a hand. Your not suffering anymore . God has an angle he saw had enough. R.I.P

  • By Remee Gelman on

    Hope and Tom We enjoyed all the times we shared with you all. You were both such a joy to be around. Tom RIP. Fly high with the angels. Peace forever.

  • By Tracey Emmel Massarelli on

    Remember you in Elementary school playing at the library and you kissed me we were you. You were a friend through lufe no matter how many years passed you always had a smile on your face.Rest easy my friend….

  • By Johnny Montella on

    Tommy you were one of the good guys in this life. We came up together and got to play side by side at linebacker for our HS. Rest in eternal peace brother until we meet again

  • By Pauline Brackney on

    Hey Tom you’re like family you taught me how to Whistle when we were kids we will be Missed love you always cuzzo R.I.P.

  • By Pat Lenzi on

    Hey Tom you are truly a good friend. I grew up with your whole family. I enjoyed hanging with you,playing ball with you. You will be missed. Until we meet again love you my friend.

  • By Bill and vickie Padgett.. on

    Tommy thanks for being such agood friend…you will truely be missed especially those crab loved people as we loved u. Rest in peace my friend.

  • By Mia Hughes on

    Hope- You took such good care of Tom. We at Crozer Homecare admired you for your dedication and love for him!! Mia Hughes

  • By Nicole on

    Tom I am so grateful that I was able to have the privilege of being neighbors. You, Hope, and Derik became much more than just my neighbor the minute I was moving in you became a long time friend. Tom will be greatly missed. Tom had a heart of gold. Tom was a strong man, and he was a fighter and he goten through many trying times with the help support and live from Hope,Derik, and your other family and friends.

  • By Amber on

    You were a great friend!! You would always brighten up the room with your bright smile and bubbly laugh!! Your Love for Hope and Derik and JJ and Elizabeth will always live on!! I hope you’re dancing on the streets of gold… Fly High and watch over us all!!!

  • By Fisher family on

    Hope and Derrick, our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time in your life. God bless and take care. Madeline, Katie, Anthony, Jason and Mila

  • By Karen Zay on

    Tom you had the biggest heart of anyone I knew.We also had alot of good laughs.I will never forget seeing your face when we came to check out 272 dutton mill. You alway’s had your candy dish full with the best chocolate. Rest easy my dear friend, until we meet again. I love you xoxo

  • By Brian on

    My condolences to Tom’s family. I worked with Tom at the lumber yard. We had fun there and did alot of fishing n hunting. Going to be missed.

  • By Hope Bryant on

    I will always love you and you will forever be in our hearts I did everything for you me and our son Derik is destroyed over your passing

  • By Robert Filbert on

    Tommy, thank you for all the great memories, especially the crab feasts. I’ve known you for about 36 years and enjoyed every moment we spent together.
    You are a very good-hearted person, a caring person and a loving person. You will definitely be missed. Please give brother Ed and my adopted son Eddie a huge hug from me!
    Love you all!! Rest In Peace brother!!!

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