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Thomas Lee Dankmeyer

February 17, 1957 — May 29, 2024

Brunswick

Thomas Lee Dankmeyer of Brunswick, Maryland, passed from this short, challenging, yet full life on earth May 29, 2024, to enjoy a glorious life everlasting with our Lord in heaven.  Born on February 17, 1957, in Baltimore, MD he was the son of  the late Clamore William Dankmeyer Jr. and Virginia Lee Dankmeyer.  He was also predeceased by his sister, Virginia Lee and very special niece Lynda Rene (Koogle)Viverette and 
 
Tom was very proud of his service in the United States Navy. His first tour of duty was served on the, then,  newly commissioned USS Nimitz and giving him the most exciting experience and memories of his life.    Following that and for a handful of years, Tom worked in construction learning concrete. Using skills he was proud to share with family and friends. Finally,  he worked at  the Giant Eagle in Frederick,  a job he settled into and loved from day one, until his recent retirement after 28 years. He was dependable and  passionate about his work duties as the inventory control clerk in the backroom and enjoyed working with his co-workers and  the store vendors that he saw daily.
 
Tom's favorite pastimes were watching or re-watching movies and talking about them, watching his grandsons play at whatever sport was going on at the time and enjoying his precious granddaughter as an adorable little cheerleader. Always sharing pictures and stories about them.   Most recently, he had thoroughly enjoyed watching, learning and sometimes participating in the details of falconry with his brother Jesse. 
 
Tom will be greatly missed by his daughters and grandchildren, Amanda Lee (Jason) Burdette their children Koen, Brodie, Jax and Aria Burdette and daughter Kristin Lohr and her children Ethan Lohr and Landon Merriman.  He will be especially missed by his siblings Norma (Gene) Draper, Jesse  (Mary Karen) Dankmeyer, Steve (Teresa) Dankmeyer, Bill Dankmeyer, Kathy (Rusty) Mathsen, Lucy Healy, Jennifer (Steve) Stull, and many nieces and nephews.
 
A celebration of Tom's life journey will take place 10:00am on June 11, 2024 at  Salvation Army  223 W 5th St. Frederick, MD 21701.  
Light refreshments to follow at the church.  Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Salvation Army, Frederick, MD, give.salvationarmyusa.org.
 


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