Thomas Lee Naivar, 75, of Hallettsville, handed away peacefully on Easter morning Sunday, April 4, 2021.
Thomas was born in Taylor to Leo W. Naivar and Annie C. Naivar.
He grew up on the Naivar household farm in Circleville, together with his three siblings.
Thomas attended St. Mary’s Catholic College from first to final yr as a graduate of the Class of 1963. That very same yr he joined the US Navy the place he traveled extensively to study technical expertise as a than sonarman. After 4 years of service within the Navy, he was honored together with his launch, after which had an extended profession in specialist technical work with firms similar to Xerox, Abbott Labs and Northrop Grumman.
All through his life his pursuits and passions included farming, fishing, searching, boating, scuba diving, tenting, grilling, and journey. He was all the time drawn to any physique of water or seashore.
He discovered nice pleasure in working together with his arms and will restore or construct absolutely anything. He notably loved giving his time and expertise to charitable initiatives. Most significantly, Thomas cherished his household, his buddies and his religion.
Thomas was predeceased by his beloved dad and mom, Leo and Annie.
He’s survived by his three kids, Charles (Marcy) Naivar, Shelley Grabowski and Matthew Naivar; two grandchildren, Madison and Morgan Naivar; brother, Franklin (Aloma) Naivar; two sisters, Barbara (Bobby) Buratti and Dorothy (Jim) Nipper; in addition to a number of nieces and nephews.
A memorial service chaired by Reverend Keith Koehl of St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church might be held on Saturday April 10 at 2 p.m. on the Knights of Columbus Corridor, 2201 East Fourth St. in Taylor. Instantly after the service, family and friends are invited to a barbecue dinner.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions could be made to St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 301 East 4th St. Taylor, TX 76574.