Thomas ‘Tommy’ Verhovec Jr.

November 15, 1979 - January 13, 2022

11/15/1979 - 01/13/2022

Thomas ‘Tommy’ M. Verhovec Jr. ,42, of Jacobsburg passed away Thursday, January 13, 2022.

He was born November 15, 1979 in Smithfield, OH.

Tommy was a true outdoorsman. He was a fisherman, a hunter, and a bushcrafter. He also enjoyed riding four wheelers and camping.

Tommy will be missed by everyone who knew and loved him.

There will be no visitation. A celebration of Tommy’s life will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home, Bellaire Chapel 441 37th Street, Bellaire Ohio 43906


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Rhonda strawser
1 year ago

Rip tommy you well be so missed buddy gone but not forgotten ❤️

1 year ago

Gone too soon man but you will never be forgotten fly high buddy

Michelle mcendree
1 year ago

U will be loved n missed tommy….untel we meet agian fly high……

Danielle Dunn Boyd
1 year ago

Mini “fkd up love” I can’t even put I to words what I feel love….see you on the flip side…man ima miss tf outta you

Derrick McLaughlin
1 year ago

Tommy was a good person. He always made everyone laugh. He will be missed.

Mandy K Bonnette
1 year ago

There are to many memories to remember .. Ill never forget … You’re missed my friend .. Love ya always

Kerstin Jeffries
1 year ago

My uncle was someone who could teach you lessons in ways that were subtle. Sometimes when I was younger we would go fishing together and those are some of my best memories. He was always, and still is, the most free spirit I know. He will be missed dearly.

Debbie Ruttencutter
1 year ago

You have broken my heart Tommy, I’ll always think of you

Jennifer Fulton
1 year ago

I will miss you my friend! Thank you for always being there for us and for all the memories, especially the morel hunting ones.

Bryton Usenick
1 year ago

I cant thank Tommy enough for always looking out for me. If it wasn’t for Tommy when I was young, there is no telling what else could have happened to me. I owe part of turning outbto be the person I am because of him.
He was a different kind of person. Always had his own way of living. If someone didn’t know Tommy on a deeper level they were missing out.
I am sorry for your loss! He was nothing short of a good soul.