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Thomas Llewellyn

February 15, 1951 — December 27, 2021

Thomas (Tommy) Leslie Llewellyn, 70, of Missoula passed away Dec. 27, 2021. He was born in Missoula Feb. 15, 1951, to Mary Rose and Robert (Bob) Llewellyn. He was the first of six children.

He attended Missoula schools and graduated from Hellgate High School in 1969.

He worked at Salt Creek Freight Lines, Bishop Food Service, SACS Trucking, and Christofferson Logging.
On Dec. 31, 1994, he married Diane (Scott). They led an active life with Tommy’s love of hunting, fishing, camping, gold prospecting and wood working and Diane’s love of football-Griz and NFL. He loved music from the 50s and 60s. In later years, Tommy loved his boat and the many fishing trips with his dad. He was a proud member of the NRA.

Tommy was a loving husband, brother, father, and grandfather. He was honest, hardworking, opinionated, and stubborn (just a little). He loved life and visiting with everyone he met.

He was preceded in death by his parents and baby sister Margaret Rose.

Tommy is survived by his wife Diane, 3 children: James (Crystal), Jeffery (Tiffany), and Leslie (Rick Neville), grandchildren: (Jim): Aubrey, Ashton, Abbigail, Aaron, (Jeff): Nakiya (Shawn Schaefferkoetter), Jada, Alyssa, Bridger, (Leslie): Waylon, Madison, and 1 great grandson: Zayden, 4 brothers: Steven (Patricia), John (Beverly), Martin (Cindy), and David, step mother: Azara and 6 step sisters: Geraldine Stinger (Don Smith), Diane Stinger, Yvonne Coopmans (Jerome), Donna Elliott (James), Clarice Stinger (Craig Hoppe), and Anita Brown (Cody).

Please bring your fondest memories of Tommy to share with family and friends for the celebration of his life July 31, 2022, 11:00 am at West Riverside Community Park (Hellgate Lions Park) 1305 Haaglund Dr. Milltown, MT.

Please do not send flowers. Instead, donations would be appreciated to the local charity of your choice.
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