Tommy Louis Broom aka “Mr. B”, age 66, was one of 13 children born to John and Mary Broom on 6/9/1956. He departed this life on December 26, 2022.
Preceded in death by parents John and Mary Broom; Grandmother Carrie Walker; Brothers John, Charles, Robert, and Terry Broom; Sister, Johnnie Mae Barnes, Sisters-in-law Joyce, and Latissa Broom; Special brother-in-law Nate Noble.
Survived by wife of 43 years Linda; daughter Lynnette (Tony), sons Antoine (Kendra), Lashawn, Jeff, and Smiley (Tank). Grandchildren Jasmine (Tyree Sr.), Amare’, Atumre’ Tommy Louis, Nashante’, Lashawna, Alazha, Jer’Shawn, Shaniah, Azaiah, Carolyn, Elijah and Mi’King. Great Grandchildren Tyree Jr., Jakai, Ty’mir, Kayleon, Jai’Leonna, Camillah, Kionte, Javonnii, and Anylah. Siblings David (Latissa) Broom, Jacqueline (Olando) Epps, Carrie (Nate) Noble, Betty Broom, Sarah (Ernest) Lee, Theresa (Maurice) Jones, Allison (LeNell) Gray; Sister-in-law Gypsyfied. Special Mother-in-law Daisy Palmer, Special Sister-in-law Barbara Coleman, Special Brother-in-law Larry (Diane) Milligan, a host of beloved nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Tommy worked many years as an independent maintenance contractor. There wasn’t anything that he couldn’t fix and if he couldn’t fix it, he would give you a rigged-up job like no other!!
He was the founder of the House of Colors MC/SC in 1995 where he became affectionately known as “Mr. B”. and his wife known as “Lady B”. They ran the House of Colors MC/SC from 1995-2014.
Tommy loved his family and especially loved spending time with his grandkids and great grandkids. Riding his motorcycle was his passion. Tommy lived and enjoyed life to the fullest. The Frank Sinatra song “My Way” pretty much sums up his life because he always did things HIS WAY or NO WAY! He will be deeply missed by his family and friends.
*At Tommy’s request, there will be a viewing but no service. After the viewing friends and family are welcome to have words, share memories, etc. if they desire. There will be a processional to the cemetery that will pass by his motorcycle that will be parked in front of his home. Please honk your horns as you pass his motorcycle as a sendoff.
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