Thomas “Tommy” Redmond

September 4, 1965 - November 10, 2023

09/04/1965 - 11/10/2023

Past Services

Sunday November 19, 2023
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Elks Lodge #1616 - Hendersonville
546 North Justice Street
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28739
8286933424 | Directions

Thomas Monroe Redmond, affectionately known as Tommy, was born on September 04, 1965, in Henderson County, North Carolina. A loving and amazing husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend, Tommy’s presence touched the lives of all who knew him. Unexpectedly, he passed away on Friday, November 10, 2023, at the Memorial Campus of Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina, from injuries he sustained in an accident. He was 58 years old.


Tommy had a zest for life that was truly one of a kind. He embraced his passions with unwavering enthusiasm, finding joy in the great outdoors. Hunting and fishing were not just hobbies, but a way for him to connect with nature and find peace in his surroundings. As an avid NASCAR fan, he enjoyed the thrill of the race and the camaraderie shared with fellow enthusiasts.


Known for his infectious laughter and storytelling, Tommy never met a stranger. He had a unique ability to make others laugh and brighten their day with his contagious humor. His genuine care for people extended beyond jokes; he was always there to lend a helping hand or provide a listening ear.


Tommy was a lifetime member of Blue Ridge Fire & Rescue, exemplifying his dedication to serving his community. He also held memberships with the Hendersonville Elks Lodge #1616 and the American Legion Post 77 in Hendersonville. Through these affiliations, he contributed to the betterment of society and formed lasting connections with like-minded individuals.


In his 32 years of marriage, Tommy brought immense joy to his loving wife, Lori Redmond. Together, they built a life filled with precious memories and unwavering love. He was a devoted father to his late son, Tony Case (November 19, 2020), his daughter, Samantha Redmond of Flat Rock and his son, Nick Redmond, also of Flat Rock. Tommy cherished his role as a Pawpaw to Tahani, Isabella, and Wyatt, showering them with love and affection.


Tommy’s mother, Martha Brock Hill of Zirconia and late father, Gerald Hill (November 25, 2021), stood as a source of unwavering support throughout his life. He is also survived by his brother Dwayne Hill (Jill) and sister Wendy Ramey (Bobby), who shared many cherished moments with him. Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends mourn his loss as well.


A gathering of family and friends will be held on Sunday, November 19, 2023, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Hendersonville Elks Lodge #1616. This will serve as an opportunity to remember Tommy, celebrate his vibrant spirit, and find solace in the shared memories that he leaves behind.


In the absence of notable achievements, Tommy’s legacy lives on through the countless lives he touched with his warmth, humor, and love. As we bid farewell to this extraordinary individual, let us remember the laughter he brought, the stories he shared, and the profound impact he had on all who knew him. May his soul rest in eternal peace.


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14 days ago

I’m so sorry Lori. Tommy was precious and always to cut my pasture. What a loss of a precious man. He’ll be missed

Pat McCall
18 days ago

I’m so very sorry for your loss guys. He was unforgettable and always smiling. May God lift you up and hold you close in your time of need.

Cassandra Ponder
20 days ago

Sorry for your loss. He was always in a good mood/laughing and making others laugh.

Shauna Jones
21 days ago

I’m so sorry hear about Tommy he was a cool dude. Happy every time I seen him out and about. He will be missed by many. Sending my condolences to Lori, Samantha, and Nick, and the grand youngins. Luv u guys.

Judith Bishop
21 days ago

Martha and to all the heart aches for you all..but so many Cherished Memories until you meet him in Heaven!!! Love to you All😇🤗🥰🙏🙏 Judi Bishop

Norman, Evelyn Nichols
22 days ago

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Tommy. May God give you comfort to the family

Marcia Kush
22 days ago

Allen and I extend our heart felf sympathy to Martha, Lori and all other family and friends in the recent Homegoing of our dear cousin. Tommy was a very special man, and loved everyone. We appreciated all the time and effort on his part to be with all of our Grandmother’s Clan. May God bless and give comfort to his family.
Marcia (King) & Allen Kush

liz Skotzke (van Hull)
22 days ago

It took just 1 meeting, and he had me. He had my respect, without demand. He had me in his heart because it was so large and inviting, and he holds a place in my heart. In just 1 meeting, you knew exactly who Tommy was, there was no doubt of his genuine spirt, he strength, his devotion, his love. He was and will always be a man of great honor. He held his family tight, kept his friends close, and pulled us all in with the magic of his incredible smile. You could see his soul, by looking into his eyes. We were miles away, but one meeting, one huge hug, one taste of his fat back cooked up with his fish and grits, and a morning on a deck in the Carolina mountains, was an unforgettable time spent with one of God’s most precious beings. GOD SPEED MR. REDMOND. THE DAY WILL COME WHEN WE MEET AGAIN. All my love to Lori, Sam, Nicholas and all the family. Celebrate his life in such a well deserved way.

Lynn Lebeck
23 days ago

Aunt Lori and Family.I am so sorry for your Loss . Praying for comfort during this time

Rhonda Freeman
23 days ago

My heart goes out to you, wishing you nothing but comfort and strength. I’m deeply sorry for the loss of your beloved partner. You complemented each other like no other couple I know. May your precious memories give you peace.