Tom Shaw memorial fund

$3,035 of $3,000 goal

Raised by 32 people in 20 months

Thomas G Shaw, 58, was born to Raymond and Pollyann Shaw on 3/5/1958 in Omaha, NE. Tom passed away on November 23, 2016 in Lakeland, Florida. Left to treasure his memory are his 4 children and 3 grandchildren. Tom was a gifted writer, photographer, musician and a strong man of god. 

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Tom Kelly
20 months ago

I first met Tom in 1985 or 6 in Austin, TX where I was living at the time. MCR had done a story on 100 fastest US Muscle cars. Fellow that did it was in Austin. He shot my 70 442 W-30 for March 2000 issue of MCR. We stayed in touch thru the years. We both enjoyed 60's 70's audio equipment as well to include anything 8-track. My condolences to family and friends, he was a rock star In the Muscle car world!! RIP my friend

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$3,035 of $3,000 goal

Raised by 32 people in 20 months
Created November 30, 2016
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Anonymous
19 months ago
LH

'Twas an honor to hold that screwdriver for you, Tom, on your Last Page of the December 2016 Muscle Car Review. Indeed, a "Last Page" in more ways than one. Godspeed...and thanks for the memories. You'll never be forgotten and forever appreciated by the Studebaker high-performance community. BP

TH
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Ted Harbit
20 months ago

Blessing to Tom's family and loved ones

DM
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Dave McCutcheon
20 months ago

I met Tom at the PSMCDR 20 years ago. He will be missed tremendously. My sympathy to all who mourn his passing.

Tom Kelly
20 months ago

I first met Tom in 1985 or 6 in Austin, TX where I was living at the time. MCR had done a story on 100 fastest US Muscle cars. Fellow that did it was in Austin. He shot my 70 442 W-30 for March 2000 issue of MCR. We stayed in touch thru the years. We both enjoyed 60's 70's audio equipment as well to include anything 8-track. My condolences to family and friends, he was a rock star In the Muscle car world!! RIP my friend

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