Thomas C. Marfisi
Aug 11, 1947 – Dec 31, 2018
He was preceded in death by parents, Joseph and Berniece. Survived by son, John; daughter Anne (Sarah) Marfisi; brother, Jerry (Cindy); grandchildren, Elizabeth and Bea.
FAMILY RECEIVES FRIENDS: Saturday, Jan. 4, 2019, 12noon-2:00PM at West Center Chapel followed by SERVICE: 2:00PM.
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I’m so very sorry for your loss. Condolences to the family and friends.
I am so sorry for your loss. I have such great memories working with Tom at the City; me as the Finance Director and Tom as the Personnel Director. We had such a close relationship that we could disagree yet always respect each other’s opinion. Tom was such a great story teller – I would revel in the descriptions he gave. Then there was golf – we always had a great time on the course needling one another and enjoying the game. Since my move to KC, I would talk to Tom every year or two but whenever we did talk, we just took right up like we had never been in different cities. Tom, I will miss that I cannot pick up the phone and call you – say “hi” to our close friend George up there!
I had the pleasure of working with Tom for many years. I considered him a good friend, mentor, supervisor and teacher. The various situations we worked through and solved, helped my growth as a person and in my work. I will truly miss him. My thoughts, prayers and condolences are with Ann, John, and his other family members.
Tom was a great Creighton Prep classmate; I had many classes with Tom through our four years at Prep. He was a St. Philip Neri guy who lived just around the corner from the Omaha Country Club during his high school years. I always enjoyed seeing Tom at our Prep reunions. He always had a great smile, was happy to see everyone, and told wonderfully funny stories. What a great guy! We Prepsters from the class of ’65 will remember you well, Tom.
Condolences to Tom’s family it was a pleasure to work with Tom Rest In Peace my friend god’s speed to you
Met Tom during my later years with Omaha Police Department even though on opposite sides of contract negotiations, he showed respect. During my early years as a City Council Member, Tom would brief us on all union negotiations, that respect continued and if you listened carefully, he’d teach you a thing or two about government as well. Will miss his wisdom, story telling and passion, farewell Tom.
As a police lieutenant, I got the chance to meet and work with Tom on an issue. He was always informative and helpful – adding a little humor to the situation, Thoughts and prayers to those who knew him well and loved him.
A wonderful man..his love for family and friends and zest for life will be long remembered.
Growing up together and schooldays were great..Our school reunion (after all those years) with the St.Phil’s Group was a wonderful blessing as we all shared many happy memories together!
Your dedicated service to Omaha will long be remembered.
May you Rest in Peace Tom!