Thomas C. Lombardo

Thomas C. Lombardo, age 51, of Riverside. Beloved husband of Layla Lombardo, nee Elmore; loving father of Jamie Lombardo; dear son of Thomas G. Lombardo and Rosemary Lombardo, nee Miller; brother of Christine (William) Martersteck, Michael (Rachel) Lombardo, Vincent (Hilary) Lombardo; uncle of Matthew, Daniel, Evan, Samantha and Elizabeth; nephew of Therese Lombardo and Marilyn Allen. Visitation Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 2 P.M. to 7 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513. Services and Interment Private. Tom and Jamie enjoyed building robots together. Amongst being an avid GI Joe Collector. Tom loved Fly Fishing, Barbequing, Story Telling, Ocean Kayaking and Hunting. Tom is also a Published Poet, Musician and Artist. In addition to being a World Traveler, Tom worked at Jones Lang LaSalle since 2004 and owned VRI Web Design. Tom was an accomplished Eagle Scout who attended West Leyden High School and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. Information 708-485-2000 or www.HitzemanFuneral.com

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  1. Marianne Schmidt condolence:

    So many memories that will not be forgotten growing up with my cousin Tom. So sorry to see you go and having missed the chance to see you in so many years gone by. My heartfelt condolences to his wife Missy and son Jamie and his parents Tom and Rosemary and his sister Chris and brothers Mike and Vince and others who knew and loved him. We all loved you very much, you were so very special to all of us. May you find rest and peace in heaven above.


  2. Marianne Schmidt condolence:

    Layla, his wife, so sorry for your loss and the goof on the prior condolence. Our prayers are with you and your son.


  3. Jack Fitzgerald condolence:

    Tom, I’m going to miss your friendship. You were such a good guy.


  4. Charles Doyle condolence:

    I was proud to have worked with Tom for a decade: we travelled the world, achieved big things and had great laughs together. American to his core, Tom was also a global citizen and represented the best of Americat to the world. His stoicism and courage is an inspiration that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. He was a great man, and now he belongs to the Ages. Au revoir Tom…


  5. Scott Greenberg condolence:

    I am sorry for your loss. My condolences to Layla and Jamie, Tom and Rosemary, Mike and the rest of the family. So many wonderful memories of our times together. It was an honor to count Tom among my friends as he was such a good man. His ethics, sense of humor and the value he placed on his family made me admire him. I am sure all that knew him will feel his loss.


  6. Martin Vigil condolence:

    My Condolences to the Lombardo family in your time of loss.


  7. Joel Woloszyk condolence:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Tom. I am a fellow boy scout from Troop 161 and witnessed Tom make Eagle Scout. Thoughts and prayers from our family to yours.

    Sincerely,
    Joel Woloszyk


  8. JIM condolence:

    My deep condolences to Tom’s family. Tom’s family was always very nice to us all when we invaded their house in the summers of the 80s when we were all home from U of I & were all so carefree. Thank you & My condolences. I’ve thought of him & our times ever since, have missed him & miss him deeply.


  9. Samy Elbaz condolence:

    I first met Tom in Paris and I immediately realized how broad his vision & culture were beyond technology and day to day business. I did enjoy the way he would put me at ease during our various conversations.
    We had lunch a year ago in Chicago and he was very hopeful.
    May this hope be passed on to your family and my dearest thought go to his family.


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