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16 Pleasant Street
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: 207-622-9311
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Thomas Birmingham

Thomas F. Birmingham

Friday, February 1st, 1952 - Friday, October 25th, 2019
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Thomas F. Birmingham - age 67, died peacefully at home on Friday, October 25, 2019, surrounded by family. He was born in Belfast, ME on February 1, 1952 the son of Leo V. and Alma F. (Colby) Birmingham.
Thomas was a 1970 graduate of Belfast High School and a 1974 graduate of the University of Southern Maine. He pursued graduate studies at American University in Washington, DC.
A passionate educator, Thomas taught at Brunswick Junior High School before working as an Education Consultant for the State of Maine Department of Education, recognized with a National Outstanding Young Educator award. He moved on to be the Director of Midcoast School of Technology and United Technologies Center. He taught courses as an itinerant professor at the University of Southern Maine for 30 years. He retired from the State of Maine in 2014, spending 10 years with the Secretary of State’s Office as a Staff Development Specialist.
As an EMT, Thomas spent many years in service to Windsor Volunteer Ambulance and Fire Department and assisted with the training of firefighters statewide with the Maine State Fire Academy.
He was elected Selectman for the Town of Windsor and was a member and former chairman of RSU #12 School Board. He loved volunteering as bus monitor for RSU #12, known endearingly as “Mr. Thom” on the Pre-K bus runs.
Thomas was a communicant of Saint Michael’s Parish, former member and Past Grand Knight of the Father John M. Anderson Council Knights of Columbus of St. Andrew’s Church, a member of Canabas Council #1299 Knights of Columbus of Gardiner; and a 4th Degree member of Major Sayward N. Hall Assembly # 340 Knights of Columbus of Rockland.
Thomas enjoyed hunting, ice fishing, and anytime “upta” camp with the Birminghams. There was nothing he loved more than spending time with family and being outdoors. He will be remembered for his hearty laughter, adventurous spirit, good nature, and eagerness to always lend a helping hand, an encouraging word, or a listening ear. He is loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Thomas was predeceased by his parents, Leo and Alma Birmingham, and dear sister, Anne Elizabeth Birmingham.
He is survived by his loving wife of 33 years, Angela (Piselli) Birmingham of Windsor; a son, Joshua Birmingham and his wife, Maria of Farmington; a daughter, Erin Birmingham and her husband, Sean Vaillancourt of Phippsburg; two step-daughters: Heather Hopkins of Augusta and Michele Dunn and her husband, Matthew of Lisbon Falls; his older brother, Wilbur Birmingham and his wife, Sylvia of Rockland; his younger brother, John Birmingham and his wife, Pagan of Old Town; grandchildren: Abby and Reed Hopkins, Charlotte and Amelia Dunn and Kellan and Keane Birmingham; his mother-in-law, Constance Piselli of Augusta; and many dearly loved nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and extended family and friends.
Thomas’ family wishes to thank the care teams at the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care, MaineGeneral Medical Center, Maine Medical Center, Augusta Rehabilitation and Nursing Care Center and Home Health & Hospice for their dedication and kindness.
Family and friends may visit on Thursday, November 7th from 2-4 & 6-8 PM at Plummer Funeral Home, Windsor Chapel, 983 Ridge Road, Windsor where members of Canabas Council 3rd Degree Knights of Columbus are asked to meet at 7 PM to recite a rosary for their departed member. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 AM on Friday, November 8th at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 41 Western Ave., Augusta. Burial will be held at a later date.
Memorial donations are preferred to: St. Michael School, 56 Sewall St., Augusta, ME, 04330, Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care, c/o MaineGeneral Health, Office of Philanthropy, PO Box 828, Waterville, ME, 04903-0828 or Windsor Volunteer Fire & Rescue, PO Box 181, Windsor, ME, 04363.
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Sharon Carter

Posted at 06:11pm
I’m saddened by the news of Toms passing. Prayers go out to the family. I’ve missed you 3 boys and all the deer hunting tales and your laughter. Sharon Carter Montville, Me.

Pamela Partridge

Posted at 08:21am
Angie, I am sorry for your loss. Please know i am thinking of you and praying for you. Pam Partridge

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Posted at 10:48am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. The Hopkins Family: Lorraine, Mike, Anita, Dave, Andrea & Rusty Hopkins, Brenda & Ken Moody, Deb & Duffy Cates
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Kathy & Ray Beaudoin

Posted at 01:21pm
Angela and Family

Ray and I were saddened to heart of Tom's passing. I worked with Tom at BMV during the last 10 years of his state career before he retired. Tom and I interacted at work on a regular basis and he was always thoughtful, kind, friendly and had a smile on his face. He brightened the day of everyone he enacted with.

May Tom and our Kayla Rae join forces and give everyone they encounter a run for there money in the hereafter.

Condolences to you, Angela, Joshua, Erin, Heather, and Michele as well as the extended family, especially the Underwoods.

Suzanne Hall

Posted at 09:22am
Thanks to Tom I had a wonderful career in education. I have wonderful memories of working for Tom.

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