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Thomas Fedge

Thomas Matthew Fedge

Thursday, April 25th, 1946 - Monday, January 20th, 2020
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JR Mell

Posted at 02:35pm
We are forever grateful to Tom for his countless years of dedication to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands. Tom became one of the very first Big Brothers in July of 1974, being matched with his first Little, John. Throughout his many years he acted as a mentor, friend and guide to his Littles in our program. He provided guidance to our agency and helped us to serve thousands of children throughout the 45 years our agency has been in existence. We wish to extend our condolences to Wendy & Tom's family, including his former little brothers. Our agency is truly better for having had Tom a part of it.
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Joanne Clegg

Posted at 05:56pm
My brother was a student in Mr Fedge's infamous history class 46 years ago. My daughters , who are now 35 and 41years old, also were his students. They all give the same great accolades for the passion and enthusiasm that Mr Fedge brought to the classroom and the significant impact he left behind. I was fortunate to get to know Mr Fedge while I was chaperoning on 2 trips to DC. The respect he showed to his many young travelers was reciprocated in every way. He embraced those trips with the same passion that he had in the classroom and made it his mission to be sure each student had an enjoyable, as well as, educational experience.
My family and I are were very saddened to learn of Mr Fedge's death. He will always be remembered warmly by the hundreds (and hundreds!) of lives he touched.
My deepest condolences to the Fedge family. Joanne Clegg
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Anne-Marie Mosher

Posted at 06:41pm
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. I was a Mr. fedge's student at Lyle Junior High and he was the most influential of any educator I ever encountered. Mr. Fedge brought American History alive with words, songs and field trips. His admiration of the American journey touched the minds of his students for more than three decades. Please take comfort from the hundreds, if not thousands, of young lives he influenced in such a positive way.
Anne-Marie Mosher - student of Mr. Fedge 1977
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Justin Anderson

Posted at 10:05pm
I’m so sorry for your loss.

Like many others, I had Mr. Fedge as a teacher. He really had no equal in the classroom. He was passionate, funny, and somehow managed to endure a year of having me as a student (clearly, he was a saint). Every single one of his students adored him. As cliche as this may sound, the world is better for having had Mr. Fedge in it.
PR

Pamela Hogan Roberts

Posted at 05:50pm
Mr. Fedge was my 7th grade history teacher 45 years ago at Lyle Jr. High. He was my younger sister’s teacher 6 years after. To this day I still talk about him as he was the reason for my love of history.
Though we lost my sister recently, he came up many times throughout her life.
He touched our lives and has always been remembered with fondness.
My sympathies to his family.
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