Thomas Warren Saujon

Born in Jackson Co., MS on July 18, 1966

Departed on July 6, 2017 and resided in Cottontown, TN

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Thomas Warren Saujon, Jr. age 50 of Cottontown passed away July 6, 2017 in Springfield.

He was born on July 18, 2017 in Jackson Co., Mississippi to the late Thomas Warren Saujon and Mable A. Wills Saujon.

Mr. Saujon worked for 21 years at Skyline Medical Center and was a Veteran of the United States Army serving during Desert Storm.

He is survived by his wife, Pamela Saujon; son Lewis H & Trevor Saujon and step-daughters Julia and Amy Warren and granddaughters, Gracie Saujon and Kinsley Mangrum.

Visitation with the family will be on Saturday, July 22, 2017 from 4-7 pm at Cole and Garrett Funeral- White House. Inurnment will be on July 24, 2017 at 11:00 am at the Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery in Pegram, TN.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Wounded Warrior Project.

These arrangements are entrusted to Cole & Garrett Funeral Home 212 Hwy 76 White House, TN 37118 615-672-3936

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7 Comments to Mr. Thomas Warren Saujon

  1. Beth Lasley
    July 14, 2017 8:10 am

    Rest In Peace my friend. I worked with Tom and he was a good man. Always lending a hand and making friends laugh and smile. My prayers are with his family and friends!

  2. Shane W and Nicole Archbold
    July 14, 2017 1:55 pm

    Tom was my soul brother and kindred spirit.I could always depend on him and he truly defined the word “friend.”
    I had known him for 21 years and we always checked in on each other to see how each of us were doing.
    I will truly miss your conversation, friendship and humor.May your spirit soar now that you have wings.
    My thoughts to lewis and family.

  3. Lewis saujon
    July 14, 2017 2:58 pm

    Im gonna miss him, he was not only a father to me but also my best friend. I could always has for advice on anything and he is the reason im thr man I am today. I love you dad, rest easy.

  4. Gary Dixner Jr
    July 14, 2017 9:42 pm

    Tom was a great friend and a great man. I met Tom for the first time many years ago when we both were in the Army. I remember being the serious seasoned soldier/instructor and Tom the newbie arrival. I would try to be so tough on him and he would usually make me bust out in laughter with his antics. This honestly made me so mad at Tom back then. I quickly learned not to be so serious with him though, if you know him well then you know what I mean. We lost touch many times but we always managed to run into each other throughout this life. I went through a terrrible divorce, Tom was right there to pick me back up. I was Mntn biking a lot then and Tom wanted to go. Tom fell so many times that day, and we laughed so much, we were in tears. These last few years I have lost two jobs which put me in a low low spot in life… yup Tom was right there both times hand out, “get back up”. I will always remember Tom’s very distinctive voice and his laugh. I even called his phone to hear his voice one more time yesterday. I will miss him… and he has taught me the teacher one final lesson. Value your friends, keep them close, and love one another. Rest In Peace Juan Saujon ( that was my nickname for Tom which I gave him the day we met) Love ya man! I will miss you, but I know I will see you again!

  5. Janaye Harmon
    July 15, 2017 10:31 am

    Tom, he was a great man. He was also a wonderful friend. His voice was calm and reassuring. I met Tom at Hendersonville hospital many years ago, then joined skyline Medical and met back up with him and the rest of the Assistant crew. He was always willing to help and get me through a tough case- mostly with humor! He was a funny dude.
    I owe him many thanks, for counsel in my dating years, lol.
    He was a wonderful confidant.
    God speed my gentle friend, we all miss you.

  6. Thomas Day
    July 22, 2017 8:00 pm

    Tom was a thoughtful person. He Love God and His Country. So glad to have known him.
    We will miss His smile.

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