Thomas Jerol «TJ» JensenAlder: 64 år19482013

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Thomas Jerol «TJ» Jensen
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Fødsel 16. juli 1948
Død 1. juli 2013 (Alder 64 år)
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Thomas Jerol Jensen of Oak Harbor July 16, 1948 to July 1, 2013

Thomas (TJ) Jensen passed away at his home in Oak Harbor unexpectedly of natural causes. Jensen grew up in Poulsbo and Lofall, the son of Jerol (Jerry) and Maxine Jensen. He graduated from North Kitsap High School in 1966 and after a short time at Olympic College, he joined the U.S. Army Reserves and trained as a medic at Fort Polk, La. Jensen served at the 50th General Hospital during the Vietnam era. He worked many years in marine and highway construction as well as in the commercial fishing industry.

Fishing, crabbing and spending time with friends and family were among his many loves. He enjoyed being on the water and attending auctions with his friend, Bryan Olson.

Tom is survived by his two sons, Jerol (Lisa) and Jeff (Lilli) Jensen, both of Poulsbo; and four grandchildren: TJ (Thomas Jerol) 16, Cassie 14, Camryn 6 and Claire 7 months. He is also survived by his brothers, Bruce of Seattle and Brad of Port Townsend; and sister, Maralinn of Quilcene.

Published in the Whidbey News-Times


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    1. Thomas Jerol «TJ» Jensen ble født den 16. juli 1948 i Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington, USA og døde den 1. juli 2013 i Oak Harbor, Island County, Washington, USA i en alder av 64 år.

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Thomas Jerol Jensen of Oak Harbor July 16, 1948 to July 1, 2013

Thomas (TJ) Jensen passed away at his home in Oak Harbor unexpectedly of natural causes. Jensen grew up in Poulsbo and Lofall, the son of Jerol (Jerry) and Maxine Jensen. He graduated from North Kitsap High School in 1966 and after a short time at Olympic College, he joined the U.S. Army Reserves and trained as a medic at Fort Polk, La. Jensen served at the 50th General Hospital during the Vietnam era. He worked many years in marine and highway construction as well as in the commercial fishing industry.

Fishing, crabbing and spending time with friends and family were among his many loves. He enjoyed being on the water and attending auctions with his friend, Bryan Olson.

Tom is survived by his two sons, Jerol (Lisa) and Jeff (Lilli) Jensen, both of Poulsbo; and four grandchildren: TJ (Thomas Jerol) 16, Cassie 14, Camryn 6 and Claire 7 months. He is also survived by his brothers, Bruce of Seattle and Brad of Port Townsend; and sister, Maralinn of Quilcene.

Published in the Whidbey News-Times