LEWISTON — Thomas Henry Case, 85, a native of Lewiston passed away peacefully Tuesday morning, Dec. 27, at Central Maine Medical Center.

He is survived by Armande (nee Brault), his beloved wife of 65 years; and six loving children, Marguerite (Butch) DeSanctis of Durham, Deanna (Robert) Wall of Lewiston, Kathi (Gene) Keene of Lewiston, Michael (Mark) of San Francisco, Susie (Darren) Littlefield of Mechanic Falls, and Ted (Lisa) of Auburn. He is survived by his brother, David (Lois) of Auburn, as well as by 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

His parents George and Marguerite Flatley and brother Walter Case predeceased Tom.

Tommy will be remembered for his dedication to his wife, family, friends, the Elks community and the Boston Red Sox. He was a voracious consumer of news and started every day with a daily trip to Shaw’s to purchase three newspapers. He would discuss the local and world events and sports scores. He worked in insurance and tires sales retiring after 15 years as the owner of Winner Sales in Auburn with Armande as the bookkeeper. Tommy and Armande were graduates of Lewiston High School in 1949 and helped with class reunions.

Tommy cherished the wonderful family traditions he and Armande created that continue with their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, including their 4th of July lobster cookouts and family Christmas. Just days before his passing Tommy enjoyed the annual Christmas Eve celebration with four generations of his family gathered together, including his traditional Yankee Swap. His family shares Tommy’s love of sports and he and Armande enjoyed watching their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren’s games and sporting events for many years. Tommy was thrilled when the Red Sox’s won three World Championships. Now, he will be busy as the sports statistician in heaven.

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