Thomas Shrump

Thomas P. Shrump

Thursday, November 3rd, 1966 - Wednesday, April 28th, 2021
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Thomas P. Shrump, age 54, of North Huntingdon died April 28, 2021, in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born November 3, 1966 in Jeannette, the son of Thomas W. and Barbara A. Shrump, of North Huntingdon. Tom was a Director for Armada Supply Chain Solutions. He was Chairman of Norwin Band Festival and Color Guard events, Executive Director of TRWEA, Past President of Norwin Band Aides, and a member of the Jacktown Ride Hunt Club. Tom was a statistician for Pitt Basketball, and a #1 Duke fan. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife Heather (Turley) Shrump; father of Rylee and Kassady Shrump, both of North Huntingdon; sisters Kristin Shrump-Bugay and her husband, Richard of Irwin, and Megan Rupnik and her husband, Paul, of Irwin. Tom is also survived by his father-in-law and mother-in-law Charles and Nikki Turley of White Oak; nieces and nephews Preston Bazala, Ryan Bugay, Landon Bazala, and Claire Rupnik as well as many in-laws, cousins and friends. Friends will be received at the Ott Funeral Home, Inc, 805 Pennsylvania Avenue, Irwin on Saturday 6-8 pm and Sunday 2-4 and 6-8 pm. Services and Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers the family suggests to please consider a memorial donation be made to Norwin Band Aides P.O Box 303 Irwin, PA 15642. To send online condolences please visit All CDC guidelines will be adhered to.
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Khari Annes

Posted at 04:49pm
Dear Shrump Family, Sending thoughts your way during this difficult time. Tom was a great person and will be missed by many.

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Meredith Neizer

Posted at 05:05pm
Sent with love and remembrance, as Tom will be forever in our hearts. A dear colleague and friend who was as good as it gets.

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Paul Newbourne

Posted at 09:31am
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Tom was kind and caring and will be missed by those of us who had a chance to work with him.
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Stacey Browne

Posted at 04:06pm
Love and prayers to Heather,Rylee,Kassidy, and the whole family. We only came to know Tom and Heather and the girls through the elementary guard program years ago. Tom was always a very nice man who smiled and spoke to anyone and everyone. He even recognized my daughter Cami and myself many times out in public and always said hello. The guard program and the community will surely miss him and his dedication.

Andrew Kaleida

Posted at 10:23am
From playing basketball together at lunchtime years ago, to working together years later, at all times Tom was a kind, thoughtful man. It's sad to lose him so early. Sending prayers to the family.

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