Condolences for Thomas Allan Outlaw


Megan Smith posted on 2/9/19

I knew it daughter tiffany really well. She was like a mom when I was younger. I remember going to ur home with my father and u had me close ur gate on ur little motorcycle. My father says he will miss u. You were a great man. I didn't know u that much but I knew ur daughter and she is a good women and little sammy. Rest up now and watch over ur family. I know they all miss u. Rest in peace.



Risa Quinn Feldbusch posted on 2/8/19

I'm so sorry to hear of Tommy's passing. My heart goes out to the family, and my thoughts and prayers are with them.


Nik Scott & Family posted on 2/7/19

I didn't know him very well but I know 2 of his daughters and they loved,love him dearly. I heard many of stoties about him through them. I'm sorry for the pain,the heartache and sadness the family going through. Me and my family sends our hearts, thoughts and prayers to the whole family. May he R.I.P.


Mike Capps posted on 2/7/19

Remembering the days at Ackerman Tool. Outlaw could always make you laugh.Will miss you bud.


Robert E Price posted on 2/6/19

I am so glad Tom was my cousin. Whenever we got together we would talk about airplane parts. He loved his wife, children, and family. He never needed a reason to ride. He loved his bikes. Love you cuz.


Fld posted on 2/6/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Please hold on to all of the loving memories you have of Thomas and speak of him often. May family and friends comfort you and please know that you can draw close to God in prayer, James 4:8. May the God of all comfort Jehovah who comforts us in all our trials grant you continued peace through him beloved son Jesus Christ, 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4


Sharon Robinson (Chris and Courtnie Parker's mother) posted on 2/6/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Didn't know Tommy that well, but I can say that I know what you are feeling. It takes time (ALOT of time), but you will be all right. Keeping you in my thoughts.


Tammy Campana posted on 2/6/19

Outlaw you were a friend to me from the day I met you. Everyone who knew you loved you. Many good times we had together. You were a rare gem and will be missed. RIP may you be riding in the sky...


michael posted on 2/6/19

my pa was probably one of the greatest men of my life and I'm sad that I am writing about him and not saying it to him but he is in a way better place and we will see each other again. Everything my pa has taught me or the story he has told from times as his kid life were great and some of them kinda helped me out in certain predicaments. i love you pa more than you could imagine and i will never forget the last words i told you "i will make you proud" and i will do everything possible to do that. oh and P.S. you got some explaining to do when i see you again about that "missing belly button" RIP pa i love you


Myra Andrews Eury posted on 2/5/19

I am sorry for your loss. I remember Tommy while growing up in Rose Hill. He was a friend to all...


Nancy Sanders posted on 2/5/19

Through this time of heart ache and sadness may God be with your family and give peace and comfort to you all .His present will be missed by all.


Eli Stameisen posted on 2/5/19

He did not go alone! Part of his beloved wife and family left with him! We all have fond memories of a great guy!


NANCY LYNN FICHTEL posted on 2/5/19

Sorry I am not sending a Happy Birthday wish instead of a condolence. I'm new to the Outlaw family. I met Leona and Tommy in May of 2016 after her father Lou died. He lived on my block here in New York. They drove up from North Carolina to make arrangements and clean out his house. It was a very special Summer for me. I have two brothers but Leona soon became my "sister" (always wanted one) and Tommy my brother-in-law. The best people I could adopt. One of my fondest memories was when they treated me to dinner at VALENTINO'S, a local Italian restaurant in Flushing, Queens. I ate the best lasagna ever!!! Then we went gambling at a casino. The Outlaws are seasoned gamblers but non-gambler me WON that night. After they left New York in the Fall, we continued our relationship via telephone calls and emails. When Tommy got sick, I was on this Journey with him from the very beginning "in spirit". I prayed and prayed and prayed for a miracle. God was not listening or He needed a great mechanic! That's why I'm donating money to the Lustgarten Pancreatic Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Tommy to help rid ourselves of this terrible disease. There are very few people who experience a deep love like Leona and Tommy had for each other. Sadly, I am one of them. People will say he is in a better place. But we all know the better place is with his devoted, faithful, loyal wife, riding motorcycles and working in the garden. However, wherever he is now, there is no more pain and suffering. And that's a good thing. In conclusion: As we begin to mourn our lost loved ones, we must remember not just that they died ... but that they LIVED!!! And Tommy Allan Outlaw enjoyed a wonderful life!!! With much caring, concern & compassion - Always in my heart ... Love, Nancy



Hoppie posted on 2/5/19

Became friends on sight ,Straight up man that Loved the wind.Rubber side down bro.Will see you again!


Derry Sanders posted on 2/5/19

Tom, you were a good man.


Dianna Rae Outlaw & Family posted on 2/5/19

Rest In Peace. I’m glad you are suffering no more. Love You


Eddie Smith posted on 2/5/19

Outlaw was always a friend to me from the first time I met him in 1980. Always greated me with a firm handshake and a brotherly hug. You’ll surely be missed, all the family are in our thoughts and prayers.


Samantha Squires posted on 2/5/19

I only met Mr. Outlaw a few times. But he was always so nice. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.


Amie Brown posted on 2/5/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. Prayers to your family.


Jaide posted on 2/5/19

DADDY, The best man to walk this earth ... I know there will be many struggles ahead . I know realty hasn’t hit yet that u are gone . There aren’t enough words to describe the person you truly were... mom couldnt have a better person to share her life with nor a better person to have become our dad... I don’t know why God needed you now cause I know for sure I wasn’t ready to let you go ... we were not done with life .. we were suppose to go on a cruise this year... I wasn’t done telling u all my stories about the trips me Jason and Michael were going to take and how much fun we always have... I won’t have u to call when I win the money at the casino ... maybe I will get ur luck now ... I know you were in pain n suffered this last year and I am glad you aren’t doing that now .... I hope you are riding those beautiful golden roads in heaven n catching up on Good times with mema n pa and nana n auntie give all them a big hug n kiss for me... And know I will love you forever and always until the day you meet me at the pearly white gates



Tiffanie posted on 2/4/19

DADDY, words cant explain how much i love you and miss you already. But i have so many good memories to keep me smiling. Have fun riding the open rds. I know you will be looking over us all and stay in our hearts.... until i see you again.



Lynn, Jamie and the kids. posted on 2/4/19

I’ll miss him so.


Daisye Sutherland posted on 2/4/19

I first Met Tom back in July on 1979 in the Apartment Complex we lived in. He would hang out by the pool with Sunshine his Cockatiel on his shoulder. That is how I met his Brother and became Tom's Sister In-Law for almost 20 Years. Tom was always a kind honest Man but knew how to put you in your place. He was a loving husband and always took care of his Family. Tom will be very missed by everyone whom's life he touched. R.I.P. Tom, say hello to Ma and Pa; You are very missed by all - Love You Dude.



Brenda Harrell posted on 2/4/19

R.I.P Tommy ride the roads in heaven


Jamie Rogers posted on 2/4/19

So much respect my friend. Im truly glad our paths crossed. I always admired the way you loved your wife and family... Ride in Peace!


Monica posted on 2/4/19

This life couldn't have lost a better man than Tommy. He a man of very few words but he talk about anything when he felt like talking. He was a devoted husband to his beautiful wife and a loving father to his girls. U will be terribly missed. Loving u and ur memories. My deepest condolences to his whole family.


Danielle posted on 2/4/19

RIP Outlaw, you were an awesome guy even though sometimes you scared the heck outta me haha. So many loved you and will miss you. Hope you have a blast riding your motorcycle on the Golden streets of Heaven!



Jenna posted on 2/4/19

❤️❤️ I love you so much Daddy till I see u again have fun in Heaven on the open roads❤️❤️u will forever be loved and missed watch over all of us


Jenna posted on 2/4/19

I love you so much Daddy and miss u more then I could ever imagine I will see you again one day ❤️❤️❤️