Lasting Memories

Thomas Louis Morrell
Sept. 18, 1934-Jan. 29, 2014
Union City, California

Thomas Louis Morrell of Pleasanton passed away Jan. 29, 2014 following a long battle with Cancer. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Sept. 18, 1934. He graduated from Hayward High School and San Jose State University. He proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Katherine A. Morrell, daughters Catherine Seymour, Marilyn Morrell-Kristal, Andrea Morrell; beloved grandchildren Blair McLeod, Jessica Strunk, Drew Kristal, Bryce Kristal, Trey Kristal; and great-grandchildren Magnolia McLeod, Henry McLeod, Gwendolyn Strunk and his brother William Morrell.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, at the Masonic Home in Union City, 34400 Mission Blvd. A celebration of life reception will follow for family and guests.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Alzheimer?s Association of Northern California, 1060 La Avenida St., Mountain View, CA 94024, or by calling, (650) 962-8111. Tom was a care giver for his wife Kathy and believed in the educational programs of the association.

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From Shyam
July 16, 2015

Well, I don't think postseason rrceod should really be taken into consideration by the HOF, that is what led to the terrible inductions of guys like Bill Mazeroski and Kirby Puckett. And if you look at Schilling's comparables they are: Kevin Brown, Bob Welch, Orel Hershiser, Freddie Fitzsimmons, John Smoltz, Milt Pappas, Don Drysdale, Dazzy Vance, Jim Perry, and Catfish Hunter. Only three current HOFers and one likely (Smoltz). I think the names Kevin Brown, Bob Welch, and Orel Hershiser are the ones that stand out more to me here. Those guys are his comparables and while each is borderline, none of them are getting in. If you are going to put Schilling in because of his postseason performance, then what about Orel's postseason performance? Outside of 1985 (very early in his career) and 1997 (very late in his career), the guy was an absolute ace. Look at his numbers in the World Series for the Dodgers in 88 and even though he took the losses, his two starts in 95 for the Indians were great! He just had the misfortune of facing vintage Greg Maddux in the first game, but did beat him in game 5. The WHIP and Ks of Schill are better, but the ERAs and Ws are just about the same, plus Orel won a Cy Young (something Schill never did) and set the rrceod 59 consecutive scoreless innings pitched.

From Sherri Simoni
Feb. 10, 2014

Tom was a great, honest hardworking man, I was lucky enough to have known and worked with him for many years. He loved his wife and girls so very much. My thought and prayers are with them.

From Bonnie Mullin
Feb. 9, 2014

I am so very sorry to hear about Tom. My prayers go out to his family.