Thomas Tuma

Thomas Norman Tuma

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
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TUMA, THOMAS NORMAN, age 73, of Mt. Pleasant passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at the McLaren Bay Regional Hospital.

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held when safe.

Tom was born October 2, 1947, in Detroit, to the late Norman and Ovelia (George) Tuma. After moving from Detroit with his family in 1964, Tom graduated from Mt. Pleasant High School in 1966. He married Devra Warren in 1985. Tom worked for Fabiano Brothers, Inc. for 42 years, finishing his career as the company’s Chief Operating Officer after serving in several management positions. Tom was an avid golfer and hunter, and loved to boat, fish, and be near the water in his retirement.

Tom is survived by his wife, Devra Tuma, of Mt. Pleasant, MI; two sons, Tyler (Amanda) Tuma, of Hudsonville, MI, and Trenton Tuma, of Mt. Pleasant, MI; three grandchildren, Oliver, Pierce, and August Tuma of Hudsonville, MI; brothers, Jerry (Marcia) Tuma, of Rogers City, MI, and Ted Tuma, of Mt. Pleasant, MI.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Nellie Ann Tuma; and sister-in-law, Denise Tuma.

You may view Tom’s obituary online and send a condolence to the family, share a story, or place a memorial donation at

Memorials: American Diabetes Association or Isabella Community Soup Kitchen.
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Andrea (East) and Shawn Obi

Posted at 08:52am
Cousin Tommy was an amazing human. Heaven gained a larger than life angel. God bless the Tuma family.

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Posted at 03:51pm
Whenever I saw Tommy Tuma he had a smile bigger than his big self. And then it was a humongous hug. His presence filled the room. What a marvelous person and he surely will be missed. I just loved him. Regards, Professor Carole Howard

Cindy and Jack Salem

Posted at 03:31pm
God Bless, Tom. Our great memories of you will live forever, especially our trips to Johnstown, PA to visits your relatives.

Cindy and Jack Salem

Deborah Morris

Posted at 08:07pm
We wish to extend our sincere condolences to the entire Family. We are so very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Kindly, Jim Motz and Deb Morris-Motz families

Andrea Obi

Posted at 08:56am
So many great memories of cousin Tommy growing up- he was larger than life, always had a story or joke ready. Adam & I love playing with Trent and Tyler while the adults laughed in the next room. Tommy was a true class act and a quality human being. God bless Devra, Trent and Tyler.

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