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Thomas Brett Payne

Thomas Brett Payne

  • January 11, 2014
  • Knoxville, Tennessee

Highland Memorial Parks
5315 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919 map it

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Dear Fonda and Corey and other immediate and extended family. Judy and I were deeply sorry to hear about Brett. It gave me a warm feeling to read how he loved the outdoors and was doing some painting. I remember Brett's smiling face and him being part of the joy we all shared at Wesley Woods. I remember he always brought a laugh to all of us when he was around, and how he loved playing hockey. Our prayers are with you now and hope God can bring comfort in the days ahead. Blessings and prayers, David and Judy Porter

Posted by: David and Judy Porter - Springfield, VA - Old Camp Friends   Jan 14, 2014

Fonda, Corey, and Myra, you are all in our thoughts and prayers. We love you and have lots of fond memories of all of you and Brett, too.

Love, Jack and Ruth

Posted by: Jack and Ruth Porter - Madisonville, TN - Friend   Jan 14, 2014

You will be missed my friend.

Posted by: Greg Williams - Hope Hull, AL - Friend   Jan 13, 2014

I am so very sorry to hear about Brett. I still tell stories about riding mini-bikes and motorcycles with Brett, as well as being afraid of the little chinchilla he had as a pet. That darn thing seemed to love to chew on my ankles. :-) I will also always remember all the talks we had about hockey. While I have not been in contact with Brett for some time, I will always consider him to be a valued childhood friend and big part of my life. Rest in Peace, friend.

Posted by: Tony Pagano - Woodbridge, VA - Friend   Jan 13, 2014

I am so sorry to about Brett! He was a dear friend of mine. The ice chalet was a wonderful memory along with so many trips to the mountains! Rest in peace my friend!

Posted by: Lorri Broome Wagner - Knoxville, TN - Long time friend!!   Jan 13, 2014

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