Thomas D. Powers
1933 - 2020
December 28, 2020
Thomas D. Powers, 87, of Las Vegas, passed peacefully in his home, surrounded by family on December 28, 2020.

Whether you knew Tom casually, intimately or anywhere in between there are a few things he made sure we all knew were of the greatest importance in his life. The first being his unfading love and devotion, for over 50 years to his best friend, his partner in life, his wife, Barbara. Naturally followed by a love just as great for all of his children and grandchildren. If you knew him in retirement, you knew that his dog Nicky was part of his family and provided an unconditional love and companionship till his very end.

If his 55 plus years in banking is not how you met him, it was something he took great pride in and was always eager to express his gratitude for truly enjoying the work he did.

His dedication to the Catholic Church and his faith in God are what helped him through some very hard times in life, including the most tragic losses of his first born son, Roy and more recently his granddaughter, Caera Jean, both of whom were taken far too early but forever in his heart and prayers.

"Now, stop me if I told ya this one before." Last but not least of things everyone knew him for, was his gift of storytelling which, in his retirement he took up a notch by writing and publishing his novel, Mother, Father, Son.

A funeral will be held Thurs, Jan 14, 2021, at 11am at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 2300 Sunridge Heights Pkwy. RSVP's are required. Please contact family if you plan to attend. Service will be live-streamed, please email the family for the link, [email protected]

He is greatly loved and will be missed by so many. Memorial contributions can be made in his name to NV PEP in honor of his granddaughter Caera.

Services will be held Thursday, January 14, 2021, 11am, at St. Francis of Assisi , 2300 Sunridge Heights Pkwy, Henderson , 89052,
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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jan. 13, 2021.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
2300 Sunridge Heights Pkwy
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I knew Tom for 50 yrs. He was my son´s godfather in 1972. He helped me with banking & legal problems. He was a good friend to me, my wife Dorris and my family. I will miss him always. My sympathy to His wife Barbara And all of his family. Don Anderson Sr.
Don Anderson Sr.
January 19, 2021
I was very sad to hear the news about Tom. He was a good friend and I had the pleasure to work with him for many years in the banking industry. He will be missed by all, but not forgotten. His personal stories were the best, especially his proud military history of his time during the Korean War. RIP Tom - until we meet again...
Dean Collins
January 15, 2021