Thomas William Geise

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Thomas William Geise

June 1, 1948 ~ June 13, 2023 (age 75)


Thomas William Geise, age 75, of Greensboro, NC, achieved his final “whole in one” surrounded by loved ones on Tuesday June 13, 2023.

He was born June 1, 1948 in Edgerton, WI, the son of the late Bob and Mary Geise (Devine).  Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 17 years, Mary Beth Geise; children Geoffrey (Gaby) Geise of San Antonio, TX , Erin Parks of Los Angeles, CA and  Byron (Melissa) Parks of Charlotte, NC. ; three beautiful granddaughters, Melina Geise, Clara Geise, and Aria Geise.   Tom also leaves behind his two favorite golfing buddies, his brothers, George (Diana) Geise of Great Falls, MT and John (Charlotte Lagman) Geise of Platteville, WI. Additionally, Tom had a huge extended family of ‘in-laws & outlaws’, nieces & nephews and many friends.

A lifelong sports fan not only was Tom passionate about golf, but he loved his University of Wisconsin Red Badgers (his alma mater) and his Green Bay Packers.  Additionally, Tom was an avid reader, car enthusiast, and martini aficionado.  

The family will have a celebration of life on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 11 am St. Pius Church located at 2210 N. Elm St. Greensboro, NC 27408.  

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN).



Celebration of Life

Tuesday, June 20, 2023
11:00 AM
St Pius X Catholic Church Directions
2210 N. Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27408

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  • June 16, 2023
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  • June 18, 2023
    Michael McIntosh says:
    I met Tommy about 8 years ago when I joined a group of “senior” golfers in Greensboro. My first impression of Tommy was that he had a spirited nature. Missing a green or leaving a putt didn’t set well with him. And he let those within earshot know that he wasn’t pleased with the outcome. However, when he hit a good drive or iron, or sank a long putt, he never bragged, crowed, or “tooted his own horn” about his good fortune. Such actions demonstrated his competitiveness, and at the same time, his humbleness. I always looked forward to being his partner. Another fond memory I have of Tommy is our discussions about the Green Bay Packers, especially about the performance and fate of Aaron Rodgers. He was passionate out his Packers, and their highs and lows over the years. I shared his passion for the Packers, having previously lived in Menomonie, WI. Tommy was quite a character, who I admired. I feel lucky to have been able to call him a friend. I will miss not seeing him, but am glad that he is no longer suffering. Godspeed my friend. Until we meet again. Michael