GALATIA - Thomas "Tommy" Eugene Sims Jr., 61, of Nashville, Tennessee, Met His H

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GALATIA - Thomas "Tommy" Eugene Sims Jr., 61, of Nashville, Tennessee, Met His H


GALATIA Thomas "Tommy" Eugene Sims Jr., 61, of Nashville, Tennessee, met his Heavenly Father on Nov. 8, 2017. Toms family was there by his side when he left to be with the Lord.

He was born June 6, 1956, in Nashville to Thomas Eugene Sims Sr. and Mary Lou Denison. He had two sisters who currently reside in Nashville.

Tom lived in Galatia, Eldorado and Johnston City for a portion of his life while his children grew up. He was married to Cynthia Ann Sims, and the couple had two boys during their time together in Illinois.

In 2004, Tom moved back to Nashville to get closer to his family and friends from his childhood.

Survivors include his eldest son, Thomas Shane Sims Sr., daughter-in-law, Evonne Marie Sims, and grandchildren, Thomas Shane Sims Jr., Alayna Yvette Sims and Thomas Jaedon Sims; and youngest son, Stephan Kyle Sims, and daughter-in-law, Holly Ann Sims.

Other survivors include two sisters and their husbands, Randy and Tina Johnson and Chris and Tera Bartelt; niece and nephew, Olivia Bartelt and Easton Bartelt; and aunts and uncles, Annabelle Head, Carl and Irene Thurman and Alvin and Verna Fry.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father; and grandparents, Tom and Bertha Sims and Arthur and Donna Fowler.

Tom enjoyed singing for others and had a devout passion for the Lord Jesus Christ. …

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