Jenkins Funeral Chapel

2914 Dover Center Road
Westlake, Ohio 44145
(440) 871-0711
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Thomas E.  Peeling

Thomas E. Peeling

June 16, 1937 ‐ November 13, 2018

Cleveland, Ohio
Resided In:
Westlake, Ohio
November 18, 2018 [ view details ]
November 19, 2018 [ view details ]
Lakewood Park Cemetery [ view details ]

THOMAS E. PEELING, 81, husband of Jane Snyder Peeling, deceased. Loving father of Ann Bolton (Calvin) and the late Mary Peeling and Bob Peeling. Dear grandfather of Daniel and David Bolton and Hannah Wortkoetter. Tom had a profound and active Christian faith that influenced every aspect of his life and a genuine love of people.  Retired from the IBM Corporation after 41 years, he enjoyed many athletic pursuits especially cycling and the Westlake Recreation Center. He was a member of The Rocky River United Methodist Church choir for many years and involved in a variety of charities. He will be greatly missed by his surviving family and cherished friends. FAMILY AND FRIENDS WILL GATHER FROM 2- 5 PM ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH AT JENKINS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2914 DOVER CENTER RD., WESTLAKE. Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 11:00 am at Rocky River United Methodist Church, 19414 Detroit Rd., Rocky River. Interment  at Lakewood Park Cemetery. Donations may be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation, Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation, The National Parkinson’s Foundation or Rocky River United Methodist Church Music Fund.

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  • Date:
    November 16, 2018
    Michael Parry
    Westlake OH

    I came to know Tom Peeling in the late 1970s when I studied voice with the same teacher as Tom's wife Jane. Tom, Jane and their family have been dear friends and part of my faith family ever since. They have blessed me and added more value to my life than I'll ever be able to measure or express. Thank you Tom, Jane and family, for the countless ways you've enriched my life. I miss you, but I look forward to a glorious reunion when I join the "great cloud of witnesses" described at the beginning of Hebrews 12 in the New Testament.