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Mr. Thomas Wesley, 64, of Elizabethtown, KY died on April 30, 2019 at his residence.

Mr. Wesley was a native of Napolenville, LA and the son of the late Ed and Mary Miles Murphy.  He was a retiree of the  U. S. Army, Ford Motor Company and a member of the Corvette Club.  Mr. Wesley was a graduate of Central Texas College.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Lionel Wesley.

He is survived by his wife, Gloria Ann Allen Wesley of Elizabethtown, KY; three children, Sonja Mansing (Jay) Wesley of Indianapolis, IN, Kencell Wesley of Richlands, North Carolina and Temiko Wesley of Elizabethtown, KY; four sisters, Sharon Wesley of Biloxi, MS, Jerri Jean Wesley of Alexandria, LA, Shirley Johnson of  Merceville, TN, and Annette Wesley of Alexandria, LA ; one brother, Alton Wesley of Napolenville, LA and two grandchildren, Kameron Wesley and Layah Wesley.  

Funeral service will be 12 noon on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at Percell & Sons Funeral Home with Rev. George Nelson officiating.  Burial  will follow in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central in Radcliff, KY will military honors.

Visitation will be from 10:00 am to 12 noon Wednesday, May 8, 2019 also at Percell & Sons Funeral Home. 

Percell & Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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  • Tuesday, April 30, 2019
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Percell & Sons Funeral Home
  • Thursday, May 2, 2019
    great man, great friend
    ~ david berrow   elizabethtown, KY
  • Monday, May 6, 2019
    I WORKED WITH TOM FOR A LONG TIME HE WORKED IN PARTS AT MANNING EQUIPMENT. IF YOU WERE HAVING A BAD DAY HE WOULD SAY SOMETHING FUNNY AND GET YOU LAUGHING AND YOU WOULD FORGET WHY YOU WERE HAVING A BAD DAY. HE WAS TRULY A NICE GUY AND FUN TO WORK WITH. I AM SO SORRY FOR THE FAMILY AND WILL BE PRAYING FOR EVERYONE. TRULY A GREAT PERSON.
    ~ TOM WERNERT   LOUISVILLE, KY
  • Monday, May 6, 2019
    Good ole Tom Wesley. I worked with this fine man at manning for 5 years and it wasn’t enough time with him. Such a great person with a great personality. He used to always come around my part of the shop and give my other coworkers and myself such laughter with his antics. Very genuine and a one of a kind person. Never a dull moment. Fly high TDub. Love you like family.. -Josh Booher.
    ~ Joshua Booher   Louisville, KY
  • Tuesday, May 7, 2019
    tom was a good friend
    ~ joseph miles   shepherdsville
  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019
    Our condolences goes to you and yours in this most difficult time . May you find strength from the words of 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 which reads: “Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the comfort that we receive from God." What a loving God who cares about each one of us, and is ready to help us in 9ur m9st difficult moments if we allow him to. (John 5:14) He didn't intend for us to grow old and die. He thus has made the SURE promise of a resurrection right here on earth when it is restored to a beautiful paradise (Psalms 37:9-11, 29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 55;11). Can you see yourself welcoming back to life your loved ones? What a joy it will bring all of us. You can go online to JW.ORG and find out more about this resurrection.
    ~ R&R Lopez
  • Tuesday, June 25, 2019
    Tom was a wonderful, giving person whom I loved and admired very much. He was a great friend and brother to me too as he was to so many others. God gave him a “special gift” to fix and repair almost anything, and Tom shared his special gift with many people, by doing all the necessary things to keep our vehicles and other devices running right. By doing this for us, Tom gave many of us a sense of security and saved people a lot of money in the process. In his own humble way, he made our lives so much easier to endure. He was the kind of man you could count on to be there when you needed him, rain or shine, which is why I tried my best to be there for him whenever I could. Our weekly fellowship in his backyard was priceless. It was a place where we all could relax, have good clean fun and see people we haven't seen in a long time. There were no rules to follow, but no one ever got out of line, as we did the things the right way, with tact, while showing love and respect for each other. Everyone in the backyard contributed something to the conversations, and while conversing with each other, if you listened closely and observed Tom at work, you could learn a few things too. I also want to thank his wife Gloria for sharing him with us and for tolerating us throughout the years; while she didn't say much to us, she was always kind and cordial. “No finer man have I ever met” I know that I can speak for the rest of the guys when I say “We all consider ourselves truly blessed to have known him, and are very proud to be his friend.
    ~ James E. Hicks   Radcliff