Thomas Anthony Mudrock

June 30th, 1947February 23rd, 2019

Thomas Anthony Mudrock, a longtime Louisville resident, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2019.

Tom was born in Boulder on June 30, 1947 to Albert and Cleo (Damiana) Mudrock. He graduated from Louisville High School. After high school, Tom proudly served in the United States Army. He served in the Vietnam War from 1966-1968 with the 196th Light Infantry Brigade. 

On December 5, 1970, Tom married his high school sweetheart, Janice Brimble. The two were blessed with two daughters, Erin and Nikki. Tom treasured his family. His granddaughter Isabelle was the light of his life. Tom was also a passionate hunter and fisherman. He taught many of the youngsters in Louisville everything they know about hunting and fishing! Tom’s outgoing personality meant he was adored by many, many people- he knew no strangers.

Tom is survived by his wife Janice Mudrock, daughter Nikki (Don) Eggers, granddaughter Isabelle Eggers, and sister Pat Boyer. He was preceded in death by his parents and daughter Erin Crew.

The preferred dress code for Tom’s service is “Tom Casual” – please come in jeans and t-shirts to honor Tom’s life. We will miss him dearly, but we take great comfort in knowing that Tom is in heaven fishing with his grandpa now.

Services

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at Darrell Howe Mortuary, with Military Honor's by the United States Army.

Tom's family hopes you'll come dressed in your best "Tom Casual" attire --- jeans and a t-shirt!

Cemetery

None

Location

Darrell Howe Mortuary | Map

Church

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Condolences

I had the honor to serve with Tom in the 196th LIB. He was a soldier's soldier. Always willing to take on a mission, and always looking out for his buddies. We were young once and soldiers as it says in a book written about the Vietnam War. May Tom rest in peace, that is much deserved. When we get together in Chicago there will be a few toasts to this soldier. My condolences to Tom's wife and family. Is there any place we can honor Tom with a donation?
Our condolences to Janice and family on the loss of Tom. I also served in Nam with Tom. He was one hell of a soldier and always had your back. We were fortunate to have stayed connected over all these years and enjoyed our phone conversations and our mini reunion in Kansas City a few years ago. RIP my friend and God Bless.
Tom was genuinely a nice guy. He always had time to talk to me and the last time I talked to him last summer he told me he was going fishing. Rest easy my friend, God will take it from here. - Ron Buffo
Sorry to hear of Tom's passing. My condolences to Janice and the Murdoch family. Spent time with Tom as kids growing up,including at his parents house. RIP my old friend and thank you for your service. Richard and Shirley Channel
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