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Thomas E. Latimer, Jr.

Thomas E. Latimer, Jr., son of the late Evelyn and Thomas Latimer of Princess Anne, died unexpectedly on July 1, 2017

As an owner, manager, consultant and on-air personality, he maintained a distinguished 40 year career in the broadcast industry encompassing major U.S. markets with stations in Philadelphia, Chicago, and in Texas. At the height of his career, he made the decision to return to Delmarva where he worked at Cummulus, Great Scott, and presently MTS broadcasting. Also a talented amateur drummer, he “jammed” with Jackson Browne, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, John Belushi, and Dan Akroyd when in Chicago.

He is survived by the love of his life, Pamela Guidetti-Latimer, a distinguished flutist and artist, his sons, Tom (Kristy) grandchildren Lily and Tommy, and son Jonathan (Carrie), and grandchildren Reece, Mallory and Owen, Sister Linda Hancock of Salisbury and nieces and nephews.

A “Welcome Home” memorial service will be held at his riverfront home at Edgewater Farm. Details will be announced at a later date.

 

6 comments to Thomas E. Latimer, Jr.

  • Kemosabi Joe Johnson

    Blessings and prayers are with you.
    Kemo

  • Randy Scott

    Tom was always a joy to be around. When I worked with him years ago or caught up with him a few years back when he was working at Pohanka. He is missed. Our prayers are with you, Latimer family. Tom was a great man and we are saddened with his passing.

  • Paula Sangeleer

    Pam – we are thinking of you and sending warm comforting wishes. Tom was a true gem, I loved knowing him and working with him. He did some very kind things for me that I will always remember. Love and hugs.

  • james d bell

    Words fail me. He loved Pam so much and was on that stupid diet of greens that he did not waver from. As my boss he was so much more. He taught me, cajoled me and carried me. He was my friend and he made a difference in my life. I miss him terribly.

  • Dixie Penner

    There was never a dull moment when Tom was around. I enjoyed working with him over the years and was saddened to hear of his passing. He will be truly missed. My deepest condolences, sympathy, and prayers to his family.

  • James O'Steen

    I miss you Tommy. I’m sorry we didn’t get to follow up on our good intentions.

    Blessings,

    dano

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