It’s tough not to love a guy whose truck is full of Butterscotch Krimpets and Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes. Tom’s warm smile and easy going nature made it even tougher. He was an asset around the house. He was a humble man who liked to cook and maintain the yard. When not doing chores around the house you’d most likely find him in his special spot with his remote in hand either yelling at a football game or falling asleep. He used his lifelong athletic skills as a coach with Tee Ball and Basketball. He believed the Godfather was the only movie that needed to be watched more than once, and with marshmallows in his mouth he did a spot on Brando. If near a body of water he’d have a pole in his hand. He’d always share his catch and probably even cook it for you. He lived his faith and was active at the Evangelical U.M. Church.rnA young woman named Diane (nee Coles) would approach him while they both stocked shelves at Thriftway. He tested her allegiances on their first date, an Eagles/Dallas game: fitting for a 24-year ticket holder. Their marriage would be blessed by children: Thomas, Nicholas and Adina. He is also survived by his brother, Nicholas and sisters, Maryann Haberle and Judy Hozalski.rnCome celebrate 51 great years Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro and Wednesday from 9 to 9:45 a.m. at Evangelical U.M. Church, 14 West Cohawkin Rd., Clarksboro 08020 where there will be a service at 10 a.m. Donations in lieu of flowers to the church will be appreciated.