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Thomas Gundrum Sr.

August 17, 1938 – june 30, 2024

Thomas Gundrum Sr.

Thomas Marvin Gundrum Sr., a devoted family man and hardworking individual, peacefully passed away on June 30, 2024, at the age of 85. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on August 17, 1938, he served in the United States Army for 3 years. Tom dedicated over 35 years of his life to his career as a Sheet Metal Worker for Local 24, showcasing his unwavering work ethic and commitment to his craft.

Tom’s resilience and determination were evident in all aspects of his life, working tirelessly to support his family. He found solace in his passions, known to be an ardent collector of coins, stamps, and baseball cards, and a dedicated fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals. Tom cherished moments spent watching classic Westerns and the companionship of his beloved dogs throughout the years. Tom was a member of the Mt. Healthy Eagles where he made many lasting friendships.

Tom’s memory will forever be treasured by his loving family: his daughter Brenda Beck, sons James (Maureen) Gundrum Sr., Robert Gundrum, and Gary Gundrum; his grandchildren including Katrina, Sean, James Jr., Jennifer, Michael, Matthew, Megan (Austin), and Alyssa; as well as his 12 great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

He was preceded in death by his son, Thomas Gundrum Jr.; his parents, Raymond Gundrum Sr. and Eleanor (nee Faesey) Gundrum; brothers, Raymond Gundrum Jr. and Donald Gundrum; and sister, Janet McGuffey.

Visitation will be held on Monday, July 8, 2024 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231 (FOLLOW THE BLUE LINE). A Funeral Service honoring Tom’s life will take place at 1:30pm at the funeral home. Burial will take place at the Arlington Memorial Gardens, 2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231 at 2:30pm.

Please wear your Cincinnati Red’s gear in honor of Tom’s love of the Reds.

Thomas Marvin Gundrum Sr.’s legacy of hard work, love for family, and dedication to his passions will forever leave a lasting impact on those who had the privilege of knowing him. May he rest in peace, surrounded by the love of his family and the memories they shared.



Monday, July 8, 2024 from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Monday, July 8, 2024 at 1:30 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Monday, July 8, 2024 at 2:30 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Guest Book

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“So sorry, I didn’t get the chance to see him, the last time I did was at the Monkey Bar on Sharon’s Birthday and DV8 was playing that was a good time.”

“Our deepest symphathy thoughts and Prayers to the Gundrum Family. Tom was a friend to many people, you are compassionate, kind hearted loving caring neighbor that I have known in my life. May the good Lord bless you and rest in peace my beloved friend. We truly missed you forever but you are closest to our heart forever.”

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“My condolences to you and your family, Gary. May your dad rest in peace.”

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“The gumdrum Clan: I want to send the sincerest condolences on the passing of my uncle Tom. He had a family’s first attitude. He always made time for Ralph and I when we visited down in Florida. I’m going to miss not getting his Christmas card this year, I’m going to miss him. God bless and the angels protect him and keep him in their hearts. Love from his niece, Cheryl Spinner (nee Lipp)”

“Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to the Gundrum family and friends. Pat and I met Cincinnati Tom as we called him at a sports bar early 2000’s very passionate Reds and Bengals fan we’d meet every Sunday to watch Bengals and Bucs games Tom talked a lot about family and I think he would help anyone in need, we would also get our monthly fix of good old Skyline Chili Tom will definitely be missed by many Rest In Peace My Friend”

“Pat and I met Cincinnati Tom as we called him at a sports bar in Clearwater early 2000’s definitely loved his Bengals and Reds, we’d meet Sundays to watch our games without fail and our monthly fix for Skyline Chili, Tom was a friend to many Our Deepest thoughts and Prayers to the Gundrum Family Tom will be missed by many always talking about Family Rest in Peace our Good Friend”

“I’m so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. He was a good man, caring and loving to his family and good friend to many. My mom always appreciated his phone calls when she was going through her health problems. I’m glad I got to have dinner with him earlier this year in Clearwater.”

“Sending love and hugs to all of the family. May your Dad rest in peace 🙏”

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