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Thomas Grinage

Thomas Edward Grinage

Friday, July 18th, 1941 - Monday, May 24th, 2021
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Obituary

In the early hours of May 24, 2021 Tom and his Lord walked hand in hand to heaven. He is now pulling tractors with his pulling friends who went before him.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents Edward Arthur and Barbara Jean (Kromer) Grinage, his brother Michael Grinage, and his in-laws Jesse S and Ruth L (Frisbie) Larson, as well as his nephew Steve Poll.

Tom leaves memories to treasure with his wife Kay, his son Todd and his friend Laura Knight, his daughter and son-in-law Gordie and Terri Meyerink, his son Tony. He leaves his grandchildren Erica Carr and fiance Dominic Caralano, Brandon Grinage, Layton and Alicia Grinage, Evan and Lindsay Grinage, Lauren Grinage and Colton Vandyke, Tyler and Emily Meyerink, Hunter Meyerink: his great-grandchildren Caleb Carr, Ethan Carr, Garrin Grinage, Henry Grinage Rylynn Grinage, Addilee Grinage, Mack Meyerink, and Bennett Meyerink. He also leaves his sister and brother-in-law Don and Martha Poll, his brother and sister-in-law Randy and Sharon Grinage, cousins, a special cousin who was like a brother Richard Grinage, nieces, nephews, and a multitude of friends.

Following with Tom's wishes, cremation has taken place and a gathering with memories and laughter will take place on what would be his 80th birthday, July 18, 2021 at their home on 5647 84th st. SE, Caledonia MI from 2pm-6pm.

The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses with Metro Health Hospital and Failth Hospice for their care, love and support given to Tom during his time there. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Caledonia FFA Alumni and Friends PO Box 582, Caledonia MI 49316
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Kari Mis

Posted at 09:06am
I'm so saddened by this news. Praying for everyone. Kari Misak
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Sandy Barnaby

Posted at 08:43pm
Dearest Kay and family,
Daryl and I have many fond memories of Tom. I will mention one of my favorites here. Kay and Tom came to Texas, stayed with us and participated in all the activities surrounding our eldest wedding July 18, 1992. Yes, Tom's birthday......we celebrated that too with cake and all. It was wonderful having them both with us to share the special time with our family. I cannot begin to mention all the help and support you both were to us that week. From cleaning, shopping, cutting and pealing fruit, tending flowers, chauffeuring, taking pictures, etc., and even Tom driving across Dallas after the wedding to pick up an extra set of keys to a rental car, after the keys accidently got locked in the car with the engine running. Tom was everyone's hero saving the day. To you Tom Grinage probably the most selfless man we've ever known.
Love from your forever friends,
Sandy and Daryl Barnaby
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Ryane Olesnevich

Posted at 08:41pm
Kay and Tony I am so sorry for your loss.Tom was a great man I always loved seeing him at Crystal Flash.
Much love to you both 😘
Ryane “Schalk” Olesnevich
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