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Thomas Rebensdorf December 6, 1943 - December 17, 2020

Thomas Rebensdorf

December 6, 1943 – December 17, 2020

Thomas Rebensdorf was born December 6, 1943 to Henry and Pauline Rebensdorf. He was born in Fowler, CA.  Tom married Alice Rebensdorf in 1974.  Tom had two children David (Natalie) Rebensdorf, and Michael (Lisa) Rebensdorf, and two stepchildren Greg (Lyna) Flowers, and Karen Schaa.  He had multiple grandchildren that he absolutely loved and adored. 


Tom, his father, and grandfather operated Rebensdorf Auto Garage for many years.  He was a soccer coach for the Turlock Tornadoes, and a Boy Scout leader for Troop 21.  He enjoyed traveling with his friends and family. He owned and operated Staley’s Club and enjoyed working with his bartenders and crew, from opening to close.  Tom’s favorite thing to do was spend time playing with his grandchildren who loved him dearly.

Private services will be held under the direction of Allen Mortuary.

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  1. ramona says

    he was a very kind soul, he talked fondly of his grandchildren and his family and his wife Alice, he always had a smile .. and really good things to say.. will miss seeing him …rest in peace .. Tom you are in heaven

  2. Dabby and Roddy Breshears says

    Tom was such a hard worker. We are business owners near Staley’s. We would see him and communicate with him often.
    Tom was always talking so highly of his children and grandchildren. He loved them all! ❤️
    May god bless all his family for his passing will create a huge void in their lives. May he be blessed to be in the heavenly realms of our lord!

  3. Kathy & Alan Smith says

    So sorry for you loss Alice & Michael. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace.

  4. Gary Hansen says

    They were my neighbors on east avenue 1967-1971 and were
    Always there when needed a good man !!

  5. Roger Mooney says

    Tom and his dad helped me with my first car. Their shop was at East Ave. And Johnson Rd. They let me help clean parts to discount their labor price. I think they just didn’t want to do the dirty work.
    Great family.

  6. Tiffany Santoro says

    Living a couple houses down from Tom, I really enjoyed stopping to chat with him when out walking my dogs. He was such a kind and fun to talk to person. My large dog, who typically doesn’t like men, really liked Tom too. She would wag her tail and pull toward him to greet him. I’ll miss seeing and chatting with him on our walks. May he rest in peace.
    ~Tiffany Santoro

  7. Olga & Al says

    Tom was such a good neighbor. Our prayers are with Alice and the family. May Tom rest in God’s peace.

    ~Olga & Al

  8. Jerry Balswick says

    Remembering back in the early 70s when Tom joined me In buying a home for some young Christian hippies, they needed a place to stay were they also had their ministry to reach other young people for Christ. Jerry Balswick

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