Thomas M. "Tom" Leisey

Thomas M. “Tom” Leisey, 77 years, of Honey Brook, died on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at Zerbe Sisters Nursing Home, due to Alzheimer’s with complications from the Covid-19 virus.

He was born on Friday, April 30, 1943 in Honey Brook.  Tom was the son of the late Melvin T. “Meb” and Kathryn A. “Chook” (Simpson) Leisey.  He was the husband of Cheri L. (Guldin) Leisey, with whom he shared 54 years of marriage. 

Tom was a 1962 graduate of Twin Valley.  He then enlisted in the US Airforce, where he served for 6 years.  Tom was an office machine repairman for Clearview Business Machines and later retired from Twin Valley School District as a custodian.   He was a member of the Honey Brook United Methodist Church, Honey Brook American Legion Post #422, and F.&A.M. Howell Lodge # 405.  Tom was active in the Honey Brook Boy Scouts Troop 9, where he served as assistant scout master/scout master. Tom also enjoyed spending time with his family at the beach, mountains, camping, hunting and fishing.  Tom enjoyed cheering on the Philadelphia Phillies and Penn State Football as well as watching and attending Nascar races. 

He was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother, James Leisey.

Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, Shawn T. (Jessica) Leisey of Honey Brook and Darrin T. Leisey of Bowmansville, a daughter, Suzanne L. (Matthew) Majeski of Honey Brook and a brother, Larry R. (Linda) Leisey of Honey Brook.   There are eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. 

 A private interment at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cemetery will be at the convenience of the family, due to the COVID-19 virus. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in the memory of Tom to the Alzheimer’s Association. 

Arrangements by The Labs Funeral Home, Inc. of Honey Brook, Pa.

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~ Randy Leisey and Beverly Perkins cody, Cody wy
2/2/2021 1:36:32 AM

Tom was my scoutmaster in Troop 9, I came into the troop at age 12, he was a big part in building me into the man I am today, I later achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. I have such fond memories of all the outings that we did. He was funny at times but also stern when needed. He was a great father and husband, he will surely be missed

~ Cheyney Arters Honey brook, Pa
2/1/2021 10:57:01 PM

Tom was my cousin whom I haven’t seen in many years since I live in Mississippi, but my heart and prayers go out to Cheri, his Children and Grandchildren and to Larry and Linda and their Family and the rest of our Family. May God hold you close at this time. May God Bless. ????

~ Polly Chester Waveland , MS
1/31/2021 11:27:53 PM

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