Anthony Thomas Servello Jr.
May 27, 1950 – January 21, 2011
There are few people in my life that I consider a true friend, But Tom Servello was one of them. I met Tom when i was transferred to Pax River, Md. in the late 70’s. He was the first to welcome me and show me around. we became good friends. We spent time together and he often teased me about my tires on my car but that was another story. Tom’s pride and joy was his family. He had 2 sons and a beautiful wife. Liz was a great person and Tom was proud of his 2 sons, just like any father, Chris and Jeffery. They both Graduated from the Naval Academy and have great careers is the Navy, following the tradition their father started. Tom will be missed, but i know he is not suffering anymore. My prayers and thoughts are with his family. RIP my friend and brother.
Stephanie Hampton says
Tom Servello was a great man! I watched him work at the Forrest Career and Technology Center as he helped transition boys into young men. He and his family are examples of the best of America. He has been a pleasure to call him “friend”. He will be missed! -skhampton
I wanted to tell this story about tom. One night after i had retired in 1985, it was about 8pm and the Tower chief called on my phone (we didn’t have cell phones in those days) and said a VP-68 aircraft had just dropped off a package that said “Perishable” and that i needed to come in and pick it up. I only lived 10 miles from base so i headed in. when i got their there was the small box. I Opened it and their was a note from tom that said Probably can’t get good oysters in maine this time of year ENJOY, tom servello. It was a qt of shucked oysters from PAX. After that every time i make oyster stew, i think of tom.