Thomas Dana Eastlick

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Thomas Dana Eastlick

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Tom Eastlick

With extreme, deep-rooted sadness, Thomas Dana Eastlick, at the young age of 43, ended his life on May 29, 2020.

Tom was born on Feb. 23,1977, to Mary Case and Scott Eastlick. He attended Billings Senior High School, graduating in 1995. He went on to become a union iron worker,  Local #732.

He is survived by his proudest accomplishment, his daughter,  Grace Dylynn Eastlick; his mother, Mary Case, and stepfather, Tom Case; his father, Scott Eastlick; his sister, Robin McNamee and brother-in-law Troy McDowall, and their children Gabriel, Lilly, Sadie, Lucas and Addilyn; also a sister, Monica (Brett) Fellows and her daughters Sally and Libby; his brother, Spencer (Michelle) Case; along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Celebration of life will be at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 27, at the JC Hall at Riverside Park in Laurel. Please bring your fondest memories!!

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  1. Patricia Flynn

    Dearest Mary,Scott and Robin,
    I can’t imagine what you are going through. My heart goes out to all of you.
    When I heard the sad news, I thought back to the day I met Mary under the tree in the front yard. I had recently given birth to Kelly and she told me she had a son. Since I was new to the neighborhood, I was thrilled because my older daughter was his age. Over the next several years we shared an amazing friendship. Tommy was often at our house and vice versa. I distinctly remember Tommy and Meaghan walking together their first day of kindergarten
    We have all moved on since then but I cherish the memories of the old neighbor hood. I am thinking of how life seemed so joyous and simple and how Tommy was so much a part of it.
    Please know that you are in my thoughts and I am grateful for the years I spent with your family and Tom!
    Always,
    Pat Flynn

  2. Duane and Jacque Tuhy

    Mary and Tom, our condolences for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this sad time.

  3. Mary Christensen

    Scott Mary am so sorry to hear about tom it was a shock i,’m sending my thoughts and prayers to your families . i remember tom when he was little and you lived next door and the kids played with cindy robin i’m sorry for loss of your brother thinking of you guys

  4. Tom, you are now gone but we have some fond memories of you. We will never know how you really felt but I do know when you were with Grace ❤️ you were a proud Dad. Now we offer our prayers to your family and Miss Grace whom has grown up so fast into a young lady. May your soul rest in peace and all of your family find comfort in the Lord and the great memories. Tracie Farmer and Family

  5. robert reimers

    I remember we were in high school cruising the old LTD land yacht and for some reason we hit every red light possible but when it turned green Tom floored it and we did a burn out because the city hadn’t swept up the gravel from winter……We laughed every time the light turned green but about the fourth light or so some complete stranger reaches in the car snatched Toms hat off his head and smacks the hell out of him and then says something I’ll never know we were laughing so hard I never heard what he said. I could go on and on but all I know is I lost a part of me when he took the cowards way out. I spoke with him the night he took his life I just wish I had more time, now I’m stuck with all the questions. I love you man going to be weird now without you. Sorry I didn’t go to your service I’m still really angry about what went down

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