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Thomas A. Brice
April 21, 1940 ~ June 30, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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Thomas A. Brice, 83, of Plumville, PA, died on Friday, June 30, at Indiana Regional Medical Center. He was born on April 21, 1940, in Towanda, PA, the son of the late Clyde and Pauline Brice.
He grew up in Dayton, PA, and graduated from Grove City College in 1962. Tom began his career at Mellon Bank in Pittsburgh, then returned to Plumville in 1964 to manage Douds of Plumville furniture store, where he remained until he retired. He was a harness racing enthusiast and an active horse owner with his longtime friend and partner Ed Receski.
He enjoyed spending time—and laughing with—his ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His family will remember him as a principled gentleman who lived his life with humility, honesty, and integrity.
Tom was predeceased by his brother David C. Brice. He is survived by Priscilla, his wife of 61 years. He is also survived by his four children and their spouses: Todd and Lonie Brice of Indiana, PA; Lori and Doug Gradwell of Plumville, PA; Bart and Kristine Brice of Indiana, PA; and Heather and Tom Delaney of Pittsburgh. Tom’s grandchildren include Katherine Brice (Daniel) Allen and Kristin Brice (Cooper) McGuire; Lauren Gradwell (Luke) Fleisch and Ty Gradwell; Brett, Jennifer, and Sydney Brice; and Brice, Owen, and Meg Delaney. His great-grandchildren are Mira and Miller Fleisch and Niles and Eliza Allen.
There will be no visitation. A private funeral service will be held at the Presbyterian Church of Plumville with interment to follow at the Smicksburg Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Presbyterian Church of Plumville, 168 Main Street, Plumville, PA, 16246.