Jeram, Thomas W.
He WAS DOD to me - worked with him for years and he gave me advice during the worst time of my life “advise me as if I were your daughter!” He did and he was right! I think he is having a great reunion with Pete, Harry, Bill and Ky (and family!) and waiting for us to join him in the circle of his love! God bless the whole family!Paula Tetrault, Albany
I was so sorry to hear about Mr. Jeram’s passing.
He was a truly wonderful man and I always loved the beautiful friendship that he and my Dad shared. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
To Ann and family: Tom was a real good classmate from grade school through BCHS. Please accept my sincere condolences upon his passing. We grew up in the same neighborhood, were teammates on the varsity football team, and shared many laughs. I will miss him. Ann, I think of you and will keep you and your family in my prayers. I will always remember Tom’s polished recitation of “Casey at the bat.” Ward, you hit the home run!Rich Klingaman, Newtown Square,PA
DOD, sorry to hear of your passing through Deb. Although we only met a few times, I feel like I did the Florida baseball games with you! Your were a great Dad and you raised a wonderful daughter in Deb, your legacy lives on. Rest In Peace now and be with the Lord.Dave and Cheryl Allenchey, North Attleboro, MA
Ann and family: Very sorry to learn of Tom’s passing. Tom touched all of us with his spirit. Halloween trick or treating became a major annual event because of his enthusiasm. It was a great privilege to know Tom and to benefit from his joy for life and his friendship. God bless all of you during this difficult time.
Ginny and Paul ScudiereGinny and Paul Scudiere, York Harbor, Maine
There are no words! I cared about Tommy and all of his children and his grandchildren and of course, Annie DJ. He and all of his children always made me feel like I was part of the Jeram family. I cannot say that I loved DOD like a father because he was not that much older than me but I loved him like a brother and he also taught me so very much and encouraged me as I lost weight and joined the gym. I will never forget him for all of his life’s lessons and his encouragement and for ALL of the birthday remembrances from him and his extended family. He will be sorely missed by all of us who loved and cared about him. MarcyMarcy, East Greenbush
Please accept my heart felt condolences. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Connie StephanoConnie Stephano, Albany
What a wonderful tribute to a life well lived. Our most sincere condolences on the loss of your husband, father,grandfather, friend and neighbor.Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Debi and Bob Tietjen, Delmar
Ann & Family, Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss of a “SPECIAL” husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. Tom will be remembered by all who knew him. May he rest in peace with his savior Jesus Christ. May God Bless Tom and his entire family.Barb & Mike Hodom, Delmar, NY
The 125th Anniversary Committee was grateful to have
Tom’s presence with us at the fair this year. He was a
delight when he was with us. Our condolence goes to
his family and friends.
My sincere condolences to the Jeram family. Tom was a wonderful friend and an outstanding lawyer.
Ed GroganEd Grogan, Mechanicville
Ann, we were so sorry to learn about your husband’s death.
You and your family have our sympathies.
My heart is sadden. Please remember one simple phrase that was told me when my dad passes. Keep your chin up….He can see you better that way.Troy and Toni Partin, Biloxi
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