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Thomas J. Weiss III, 47 of Clarksville, Tennessee, passed away on June 23, 2021.

He is survived by his Mother, Veronica Yoos , Father, Mark Yoos and Sister, Kristin (Weiss) Bickel along with an amazing extended family and many friends spreading from New Jersey to Florida.

Tom was born in Florida and grew up in the sleepy village of Vincentown, NJ. He loved fishing as a child, reading comic books and building scale models with friends.

He graduated from Lenape Regional High School, Medford NJ in 1992.

Tom studied computers on the side, earning multiple certifications in Programming, Computer Repair and Computer Networking.

Tom was manager of a well-known sub shop in NJ- Slacks Hoagie Shack, where he worked for over 15 years. Here he would make lifelong friends and spoke of their many crazy adventures

Tom continued his amazing culinary journey and when he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee in 2018. He then joined the kitchen staff at Miss Luciles Cafe and the Belle Hollow Catering.

Later, he was the key role in the start-up and continued success of Sweet P’s Southern Cooking Restaurant in Clarksville, TN as the head cook and kitchen manager. He would work many hours and strive for nothing but success. Tom always ran a tight kitchen.

Tom was an avid fisherman and just loved to get out to “wet a line.” From catfish to bass he didn’t care what bit or if we ever caught anything because fishing was always better than doing anything else.

The Star Wars Movie series was a huge part of his Tom’s life. From childhood through his adult years he loved and collected the toys, memorabilia and even met his hero actors.

He was an avid reader of Tolkien and classic Comic books.

He had a passion for Classic Rock and Heavy Metal music and loved building and repairing computers.

Tom was an honest smiling humble soul but never married. He always worked hard at whatever he was doing, and loved his friends and family unconditionally. He will be greatly missed.

If you feel the need to help, in lieu of flowers, Tom was a huge animal lover. Please donate to the local Clarksville Animal Shelter.

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