Thomas (Tom) Storey

19 septembre, 1958 - 31 décembre, 2020

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Dr. Thomas Patrick Storey, MD, MPH, "Tom," 62, of Havertown, PA, passed away on December 31, 2020 due to complications of cancer. Son of the late Patrick and Mary Storey, he was born on September 19, 1958 in Baltimore, MD. Tom was the beloved husband of Joanne Connaughton Storey and loving father of Kathleen (Katie) Marie Storey (engaged to William Grodzicki), Eileen Patricia Storey, and Patrick Connaughton Storey. He is also survived by his three sisters and their spouses -- Eileen Storey and George Record, Catherine (Cathy) and Dennis Buddemeyer, and Marion and David Biddle.


Tom was a lifelong public servant of the city of Philadelphia, who both cared for patients and directed the city’s community health centers. Dedicated to health equity, Tom worked with an outstanding team to ensure that all residents of Philadelphia had access to high-quality comprehensive primary care. A graduate of Harvard College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Tom then trained in internal medicine at the University of Rochester, where he met his wife. Tom was a lifelong fan of all Philadelphia sports teams, especially the Phillies, and was thrilled to celebrate the team’s two World Series Championships, first as a young man and later with his three children. Tom loved music and had a soundtrack for his life, always ready to share a perfect song for every moment with his dear friends and family. An avid gardener, photographer, and the always reliable weatherman, he shared his passion for the holidays and seasons with elaborate décor for every occasion. Above all, family was Tom’s ultimate priority, and his love and wisdom will be profoundly missed and forever cherished by his wife, children, sisters, brothers- and sisters-in-law, and fourteen nieces and nephews.


In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dr. Thomas Storey Memorial Fund at the Mayor’s Fund for Philadelphia. All donations will benefit the City of Philadelphia’s Health Centers. Checks can be mailed to the Mayor’s Fund for Philadelphia attn: Dr. Thomas Storey Memorial Fund, City Hall 267, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Please note "In memory of Dr. Thomas Storey" on all mailed donations. Donations can also be made online at http://www.mayorsfundphila.org/initiatives/storey-memorial. A memorial service will be held at a later date when it is safe to gather together.

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Nom Thomas (Tom) Storey
Date de naissance 19 septembre, 1958
Date de décès 31 décembre, 2020
Ville natale Havertown, PA, US 
Intérêts Music - see playlist for some of his favorites: https://tinyurl.com/y4oxwr85
Don commémoratif Dr. Thomas Storey Memorial Fund

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Tia Whitaker a publié un hommage .

I was deeply saddened ot learn of the passing of Dr Storey. He will truly be missed on our many health center calls. He touched many with his sense of humor and insight into all issues healthcare, community health centers and even health reform. My deepest sympathy to his family and his beloved Ambulatory Health Services.

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Yelena Galkin a publié un hommage .

I will remember and miss Dr. Storey for the rest of my days. He was heart and soul of AHS. His smile would light up the lives of the people around him. I am thinking of Tom's beautiful family during this difficult time with my deepest sympathy.

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Lokadri Raminani a publié un hommage .

Iwas deeply saddened to learn Tom passed away. I worked with HIM in AHS for 25yrs. During that period I interacted with Him several times. Tom was a caring and compassionate person and always fair in His deelings with people who worked with Him. Iam going to miss Him sorely

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Marcy Witherspoon a publié un hommage .

It was with great sadness that I learned of Tom's passing -- he was such a fixture at AHS that I couldn't imagine it without him - still can't. Tom, in his candid, witty, and opinionated way was a genuine supporter of the efforts we made, and continue to make at the Health Department to address the issue of intimate partner violence (IPV), long before other health departments were even recognizing that this issue was one of significance. One could not escape the fact that this was a man who cared deeply about people -- his patients, his staff, his colleagues, and the community at large. I will remember most his wish that staff members who were impacted by IPV be supported to the same extent as patients. I will forever miss our lengthy conversations, his unflappable support of innovative ideas, and his ability to listen. I know his legacy will live on. Rest in peace, Tom ...

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Elizabeth Mbaya, Rn a publié un hommage .

I Will Fondly Cherish the Memories of Working With Dr Storey at HC#4 on Tuesday Evenings. I had the Privilege of being assigned as his Nurse to be a liaison between him and his patients. He took Great Care and
Spent Time Listening to His Patients. I know that his patients will Miss Him. I Will Miss His Warm Smile and Kindness.

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Cheri Rinehart a publié un hommage .

What a beautiful human being Tom was. He made the world a better place. The "community of Community Health Centers" will miss his wisdom, compassion, wry sense of humor...him. It only took a few minutes talking to him to know how much he embraced the health center mission and to know how deeply he loved and was proud of his family. I am so grateful I had the opportunity to work with him.

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Joel Mcintosh a publié un hommage .

Tom helped deepen my love for the city of Philadelphia. His commitment to serving it's people are one of the things that got me excited about working with the city health centers. I'm thankful for each opportunity I had to talk with him, whether it be about work projects, city happenings or sports. His leadership was formational to me, and I have deep gratitude for having been able to know him. The city health centers will continue our mission thanks to such much that he offered. Thank you Tom, you are already very missed.

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Walter Tsou, Md, Mph a publié un hommage .

I was fortunate to have met Tom's father, Pat, who was emblematic of the Marcus Welby era of medicine, smart, kind, and dedicated to public service. It is clear that much of that rubbed off on Tom.

I met Tom really from the beginning when he was a clinician at HC #6. Tom worked his way up to become head of Ambulatory Health Services. How rare is it to have a doctor so dedicated to serving the most vulnerable in our society that he would work for the Phila Health Centers for his entire professional life under an ever changing number of Commissioners? Some of the greatest, most dedicated physicians I have ever had the honor of working with worked in Family Medical Care which eventually became Ambulatory Health Services. It is a tribute to the physician leadership of Tom and the medical directors for the excellent quality of care given at the health centers. Tom was as many have noted, smart, kind, and most of all dedicated to the mission of serving those who needed our help. It is hard to put into words what a tremendous loss this is for AHS and for our city. My deepest sympthy to Joanne and the family.

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Zoe Weil a publié un hommage .

I have so many memories of Tom, and many of the stories and descriptions here echo my own experiences. There are friends and there are true friends, and Tom was the latter. If you were lucky enough to be considered his friend, Tom was there for you completely.

Tom got me through the hardest time in my life. He was gentle and blunt at the same time; unfailingly honest; opinionated and "stuck in his ways" while being spontaneous, open, thoughtful, generous, and deeply, truly kind. He was also really funny, and we laughed long and hard.

Tom loved weather, which was a new concept for me. (What does it mean to love "weather?" I get what it means to love snow - which he did - but weather in general? Well, Tom explained that to me back in the day.) When he was in medical school, we used to talk on the phone - sometimes for hours - from our respective apartments in Philadelphia. One night while we'd already been talking for a long time, it started to snow, and Tom said he would come pick me up. We drove to the Philadelphia Art Museum for what became what we called the night of the giant snowflakes. Flakes the size of ping pong balls floated down from the sky, and we were mesmerized. That was a night I will never forget.

Another memory provides an example of Tom's willingness to help, quietly and without fanfare. My wedding was a bit of a homegrown affair, and we'd created a mixed tape (which Tom appreciated) for dancing. We forgot to bring our receiver, however, and Tom, who offered to set up the sound system, didn't say a word. He just went home to get his without letting me know. Had he not done this, we would have had no music or dancing. This meant that he missed the ceremony. That was Tom. I only found out later that he'd saved the day.

There were many things Tom said to me that shaped my character and my life. I won't share the details here (I wrote about some in my Psychology Today blog that I posted here last week), but suffice it to say that I might not be who I am or have done some of the things that were most seminal to my life had it not been for Tom.

One thing that I have shared with Tom's family that I think may be true for all of us who knew him well is that because Tom was so, well, Tom: so clear, often so wise, so willing to share what he thought and believed, and so loyal and loving, he lives on in a very powerful way inside those of us who knew and loved him. I feel like if I ever want to know Tom's opinion or hear his counsel, it will ring like a bell in my mind. I won't wonder. I'll know.

(Photo from 1985, Letchworth State Park, NY)

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Anjan Chatterjee a publié un hommage .

I met Tom almost 40 years ago. We, and our close friends, were bound initially by our dislike of the soul sucking experience that was medical school. Forged in shared misery, our friendship evolved, deepened, and flourished through this transformative period. When I close my eyes, flashbulb memories from that time – dozing in the back of Stemmler auditorium, hanging at the bio-pond, cooking and eating together several times a week, escaping on trips, big and small, sharing a love of music (compelling us each to buy first generation Sony Walkman when none of us had money to spare), city kids wandering through nature, sunning in urban beaches, tossing a frisbee for hours, and laughing -- are as vivid now as if they happened yesterday. At a time when most of us were figuring out how to fit into our skin, Tom was the most assured of us – he remained one of the most self-assured people I have ever known. Back then, even at that tender age, he always seemed to know how he felt, what he wanted, and was guided by clear sense of right and wrong. He was warm. He was thoughtful. He was funny. Tom’s presence, his gravitation pull in the world, makes his loss incomprehensible.

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Kalpana Vaidya a publié un hommage .

I have had the distinct privilege of working closely with Tom for over 20 years. His love for his family was obvious as was his focus on the mission of AHS. Never a moment went by when we wouldn’t talk about the kids, his or mine, if there was a spare moment during a work meeting. Similarly there never was a question as to ‘ if ‘ we should deliver the highest quality of care to our patients at the health centers but ‘ how ‘ to make that happen despite scarcity of resources. Tom had an inherent ability to muster support from every possible organization within and outside PDPH that ultimately led to sustainability of health centers.
I believe Tom was a blessing and a gift of God to AHS and I feel certain he would be watching over AHS as well as undoubtedly his family.
Tom, thank you for spending so much of your valuable time on earth with AHS ! I seek solace in my faith that your guidance and influence will remain. You have accomplished more than anyone could imagine during your time with AHS and I thank you for all you have done for us and so many.
With affection and prayers, Kalpana

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Rita Eburuoh, Md a publié un hommage .

Tom was very caring, patient, supportive, understanding and a true leader. We will surely do our best to keep his legacy.

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Anthony J. Limberakis, Md a publié un commentaire .

Dr. Storey leaves an extraordinary legacy of impactful accomplishment that benefitted his patients and the hundreds of thousands of Philadelphians who have the benefit of the Philadelphia Health Centers. I had the tremendous honor and privilege to work assisting Dr. Tom in the radiology and mammography departments of the Health Centers since 2004 and witnessed first-hand his unswerving commitment to the citizens of this great City. He led the way for the Health Centers to offer state-of-the-art 2D/3D mammography, thereby ensuring that women (and men) receive the highest quality of mammography screening available in the world. I remember when President Obama’s Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell visited Health Center 10 who had the highest praise for the Department of Ambulatory Care, which Dr. Storey led with distinction for so many years. Indeed, Dr. Storey will be missed by countless colleagues and patients, but his legacy will live on in perpetuity!
Anthony J. Limberakis, MD

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Grace Oh a publié un hommage .

May, 1982, on the Quad in front of van Pelt Library

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Grace Oh a publié un hommage .

Many moons ago when dinosaurs roamed West Philly, I got to know Tom and other 1st year Penn Med students Anjan, Jon, & Artie, through my friends Gary & John. I never got to know him well, but we did share some lunches at the then Hardee's in Houston Hall, and on the Quad. I only remember a gentleness and sweetness about him, and as an admiring undergrad, those baby blues and curly hair. It was one of those lunches when I caught this shot of him.

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Marisa Rogers a publié un hommage .

Philadelphia has lost a champion. Tom was a tremendous advocate of the City of Philadelphia health centers and the patients who used them. His advocacy and leadership led to a healthier Philadelphia. He will be missed.

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Estelle Richman a publié un hommage .

I remember Tom with much warmth and respect. He was truly a good person in every respect! He will be be missed. It is time our Health Centers have names, not numbers. It would be wonderful to name one after Tom. It would be a deserving tribute. Rest In Peace Tom.

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Maggie Eisen a publié un hommage .

Shocked and saddened to hear of Dr. Storey’s passing. He was so generous with his time, knowledge, and experience. May we preserve and honor his memory by advancing his mission of health equity and access to care for all.

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Kathleen Brazil a publié un hommage .

Dr. Storey, ever the photographer, wanted to take a picture of the staff getting fit tested for N95 respirators. This was taken at the end of March 2020. Thanks for your kindness to all of the Health Department staff.

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Jim Dean a publié un commentaire .

Tom was very appreciative of all the work that you and Alvin did to prepare our staff.

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Sara Enes Thorpe a publié un hommage .

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Sumimol Karavally a publié un commentaire .

I was remembering to capture this picture at HC 2 when Dr. Storey attended this event.
I truly miss you- your calm personality and ever glowing smile. Hope you are in better place without any pain and sorrows. May Lord almighty comfort you all especially the bereaving families and friends.

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Marlyn S Bradshaw, Rn a publié un hommage .

It was an absolute pleasure working with Tom. He was one of the most well spoken, always thoughtful, endearing, clever, astute, thought provoking men. I loved how he almost always started his sentences with: So..... Tom was extremely candid and wasn’t afraid to tell us exactly how he felt about any issue within The Department of Public Health Ambulatory Health Services. He will be sorely missed.

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Darnell Wilkerson a publié un commentaire .

Dr. Storey was the type person that always made everyone feel included. He taught me the true meaning of "Leadership is not being in charge, it is about taking care of the people in your charge." He will be missed.

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Yvette Minter a publié un commentaire .

Dr. Storey, was a nice person and would casually joke with you. He paid close attention to details. I will always remember him saying in one of our meetings " while we are discussing the plans, I will be watching Yvette's eyes" I will truly miss his strength and leadership.

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Patricia Sandiford Md a publié un commentaire .

RIP Dr Storey. I will miss working with you every Tuesday night for the last 6 and a half years. Most of all, I will miss your smile and your being amused at my 3 S's. ( our personal joke). May the Good Lord hold up your family during this time of loss.

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Michele Queen-Tyler, Cma a publié un hommage .

Dr. Storey was one of the nicest people ever. He always had a smile on his face, a very nice smile, always spoke and never complained. I remember one Xmas when we had our party, we played the white elephant. My stove was broke and tried to win me back a crock pot because he knew my stove was broke. Just the thought of him trying to win it back to give to me will always stand out for me. We will truly miss him at HC #4 and that includes staff and patients. My condolences and prayers to his family. I will always remember his beautiful smile.

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Cheryl Bettigole a publié un hommage .

Tom's loss feels enormous. He was so solidly committed to the city health centers and to everyone who staffed them that it's difficult to imagine him gone. He was also funny, kind, and deeply dedicated to the people of Philadelphia. Philadelphia has lost a tremendous leader. But his dedication and commitment will live on in the city health centers that he strengthened and in the memories of the many friends who won't forget him.

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Gina Slocum a publié un hommage .

A great leader with an impeccable memory. I thank him for always having an open ear for all. AHS will never be the same! You will be truly missed!

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Mondy Dorsainvil a publié un commentaire .

Dr. Storey was a great mentor, who pushed me beyond my talents and abilities, so that in the process I may rediscover my passion and full potential. He will never be forgotten.

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Holly Nagy Hainsworth a publié un hommage .

I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to work for and with Dr. Storey.  He was a great leader and will be very missed.  Those of us in the Philadelphia public health community will continue working hard to carry out the work he loved so much.

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Sarah Johnson a publié un hommage .

It was an honor and privilege to work with Dr. Storey in the Health Centers. His passion for bringing healthcare to the underserved and his unflappable spirit will be greatly missed.

Dr. Sarah Johnson, Health Center 2

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Conor Biddle a publié un hommage .

I am lucky to be able to call Tom my uncle (AKA Uncle T). He was truly an outstanding father, uncle, and all around family-man. I had the privilege of growing up going to see Uncle T and my glorious cousins most weekends. Because I grew up with it, I wasn’t entirely aware of Uncle Tom’s unique ability to create a space that felt warm, welcoming, and safe. It wasn’t until I went off to college and returned to see Uncle T and the family for Christmas that I became acutely aware of the impact that his season-specific decorated home had on all of us. You step foot in the Storey household and you know you’re welcome. Uncle T, I love you, I miss you, and thank you for teaching me about the power of creating safe and welcoming spaces. I will never forget that and will always strive to bring people together the way you naturally could.

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Dr. A. Scott Mcneal a publié un hommage .

The loss of my friend and colleague has had an enormous personal impact, and has also been felt all across the State. Tom dedicated his entire career to helping others and improving the Public Health of Philadelphia. His contributions to society are immeasurable, but he will be remembered even more fondly for the love of his family, his wit, humor, enormous generosity and being an unwavering Phillies fan! I hope his family can feel, and be somewhat comforted by the outpouring of love and admiration that they will surely receive from notes and messages like this. Like his father before him, Tom leaves a legacy of selfless service. He is loved and will be missed deeply. With much love, Scott, Annette & the Delaware Valley Community Health family.

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Julia Dejoseph a publié un commentaire .

It's truly heart breaking to hear of Tom's passing. I will miss his down to earth and easy going manner as well as his leadership in addressing the health care needs of the Philadelphia community. I felt lucky to have known him through our work in fighting for equitable care among those who needed it most. He was a true role model in his work, in how he treated others with kindness and humor and clearly in his dedication to his family. It was physicians like Tom that lead me to a career in FQHC-based primary care. He will be missed. - Julia DeJoseph, MD (DVCH)

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Natalie Levkovich a publié un commentaire .

We have lost a truly good person. I am devastated by the sudden loss of my friend and colleague. Tom was always open to collaboration and committed to implementing a good idea. He was a supportive and engaged member of the Health Federation Board of Directors for many years and one of my go-to people in leadership. Ever a realist, often expressed through his dry humor, he was at the same time an idealist who served Philadelphia with an open heart and a deep commitment. None of this was ever about Tom's ego -- it was always about being generous and caring with colleagues, staff and patients and getting things done for the public good. Tom was beloved, respected and trusted by countless many. I was fortunate to have known him for many years and will sorely miss him.

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Jim Dean a publié un hommage .

I will greatly miss working with Tom. We have worked together for more than 25 years. His devotion to the Health Centers was incredible as was his devotion to the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles.

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Noreen Roney Conley a publié un hommage .

Tom Storey made our book club meetings at his and Joanne's home a delightful excursion. His decorations at Halloween (my personal favorite) and Christmas were extraordinary. Tom captured all of our imaginations with his Halloween and Christmas village displays. I wanted to live in one of those villages. He made us all feel special and welcomed. The table settings were like something you would see on the cover of a magazine. His garden with its flowers and plants in season and then with its lights and seasonal decorations were enchanting. A little bit of magic left Havertown with Tom but I will remember and think of him when I pass their driveway. I will remember looking up the driveway to see if his Halloween display was up yet, or his Christmas lights were on yet, or if he had started planting his garden in spring, and then checking to see if the flowers, plants and shrubs had taken off . Tom Storey inspired me. I am grateful for Tom and the beauty he created and shared. He had a wonderful imagination. Love to Joanne and Family.

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Beverly Patton a publié un hommage .

Dr Stiory was a wonderful person he got his wings may her Rip

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Maureen Mccue a publié un commentaire .

Dear Joanne (Dr Joanne Storey),

I am truly sorry to hear of Tom's death. I am speechless. It was so fast, like a roller coaster whose brakes fail on the downward slope, so very unexpected that he would get so ill and it would runaway with him as a reluctant passenger.

I was very moved by the tribute paid to Tom by his boss which my sister Cathy forwarded to me. It makes you realize that not all doctors in the US want to be millionaires and public spiritedness is a much needed antidote at the moment. In that Tom excelled...and at growing plants and flowers to brighten our world.

It is hard to find comfort in this ghastly year we have had but as a scientist (I think of doctors as such) you can take solace and Tom surely would have in the vaccines which should be a game changer.

You are in my heart and thoughts as are your children and I hope you can find the strength and courage to carry forward away from this exceedingly bleak moment.

Love,

Maureen McCue
(My parents were Tom's parents best friends from the Bronx--met as small children at Sacred Heart grammar School in High Bridge and my Grandmother, Adele McCue, supported Dr Patrick Storey, Tom's father. thorough medical school with what resources she had)--Pat's parents wanted him to be a priest not a doctor). Pat and Mary were my sister Catherine's Godparents. And my sister and Tom were great friends. A long history back to 1920 in NYC.

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Bob Groves a publié un hommage .

It was my privilege to work with Tom for many years as he served on the board of the Health Promotion Council when I was Executive Director. Tom represented the City Health Department and was a major reason we were able to successfully implement many chronic disease education programs that benefitted hundreds of health center patients. Tom represented the City and the health centers with tremendous integrity and with a whole lot of creativity. He was also a fun and easy guy to relate to and we shared lots of good conversations on the fortunes of the Phillies and other topics of mutual interest. I am very sad he is no longer with us. I wish his family comfort and I hope they know Tom helped so many people in his work.

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Venita Dixon Rn a publié un hommage .

Dr. Storey was always jovial. At our yearly inservices usually at the DoubleTree Hotel I looked forward to hearing his "disclaimer" in his fast auctioneer voice. One year he presented a short video addressing everyone's questions as to what really goes on at 500 S. Broad Street. The video was of can-can girls dancing and having fun! I'm sure his job was arduous but he was always pleasant. He will be missed.

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Michele Barry a publié un commentaire .

Being a close friend of Tom's sister Eileen and a fan of his iconic father Pat Storey, I am not surprised to read of his career dedicated to the underserved. Its in the genes! My heart goes out to his family.
Michele Barry MD

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Sara Enes Thorpe a publié un hommage .

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Zoe Weil a publié un hommage .

I will be sharing much more in the coming weeks, but for now, this is what I posted in my blog at Psychology Today this morning:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/becoming-solutionary/202101/dont-wait-say-i-love-you

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Cathy Lindsay a publié un commentaire .

You got me all choked up. You have a lot of wisdom that has come from the profound loss of your dad, and now the loss of Tom. Thank you for sharing what really matters in life. I won't forget your words.

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Kent & Cathy Lindsay a publié un hommage .

Marianne (my mom) and I were so happy we had the chance to meet Tom and all of you when we dined at The Lowry after Katie and Danika's graduation. You are such a special family, and I know how much your support has meant to Katie along the way. This was such devastating news. Our hearts are with all of you, and we know you'll carry many memories of him with you forever.

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Michele Logan a publié un hommage .

Dr C. I am so heartbroken for you. I always knew how much Dr.Storey meant to you, a long , sweet, comfortable love. What a wonderful heart full of memories you must have. I admired his work, so very much. Please know that you and the children are in my thoughts . Much love Michele Logan

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John Weisgerber a publié un hommage .

Our condolences to your family.

John, Sandra, Briana and Meagan

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Sandy a publié un commentaire .

just wish i had a chance to meet him, he was quite a spectacular guy❤️ luv to joanne, katie, will, eileen and patrick

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Desiree English a publié un hommage .

I had a mental mommy morning at one of our city meeting in front of Doctor Storey. Once I returned to my office I received many concerning calls making sure I was OK. Thank you Doctor Storey for your concern that day, I really needed it.

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