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Thomas Jon Caruso Obituary

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Thomas Jon Caruso

Moore, Oklahoma

September 25, 2004 - July 8, 2024

Thomas Jon Caruso Obituary

It is with profound sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Thomas Jon Caruso. He died Monday, July 8, 2024, at the age of 19. This loss is completely unexpected, leaving Thomas’ family and friends deeply shocked and saddened.

He leaves his loving family to cherish his memory. Thomas is survived by his mom, Chelsea Milan, his dad, AJ Caruso and stepmom Kacie; his brother and lifelong best friend, Nick, sisters Bailey, and Kortlynn, little sisters Bella, Kyndall, and Everly, and little brother Kolsen; his grandparents, Michelle and Tony, Stephani and Phillip, and great-grandfather Lloyd Ross; uncles Nicky, and Jesse; cousin Jocelyn; along with many other loving family members and numerous friends, all of whom loved Thomas very much. He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Tina Caruso, great-grandmother Verna Olsen, and his grandfather, Tommy Milan.

Thomas grew up playing baseball, winning several baseball championships in his youth. In school, he was a terrific student who was often praised by his teachers for his intelligence. Always a huge fan of Christmas, he loved taking trips to Santa’s workshop along with his late grandmother, highly anticipating the thrill of the holidays each and every year.

As he began to grow older, his interests shifted from sports and Santa Claus to pick-up basketball games with his brother Nick and his buddies. Thomas had also recently discovered a passion for rap music and loved making his own beats and creating his own music. Though there were many things in life that made Thomas happy, nothing brought him more joy than spending time with the people he loved. He particularly enjoyed spending time with his brother, his parents, and his numerous friends.

As we reflect upon a life lost far too soon, let us honor Thomas’ life by remembering all the good times he shared, his many accomplishments, and the unwavering devotion he had to his family and friends. Thomas will be incredibly missed by all those who knew and loved him. May he find eternal peace and comfort in the afterlife.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Thomas Jon Caruso hosted by John M. Ireland & Son Funeral Home and Chapel.

It is with profound sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Thomas Jon Caruso. He died Monday, July 8, 2024, at the age of 19. This loss is completely unexpected, leaving Thomas’ family and friends deeply shocked and saddened.

He leaves his loving family to cherish his memory. Thomas is survived by his mom, Chelsea Milan, his dad, AJ Caruso and stepmom Kacie; his brother and lifelong best friend, Nick, sisters Bailey, and Kortlynn, little sisters Bella, Kyndall, and Everly, and little brother Kolsen; his grandparents, Michelle and Tony, Stephani and Phillip, and great-grandfather Lloyd Ross; uncles Nicky, and Jesse; cousin Jocelyn; along with many other loving family members and numerous friends, all of whom loved Thomas very much. He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Tina Caruso, great-grandmother Verna Olsen, and his grandfather, Tommy Milan.

Thomas grew up playing baseball, winning several baseball championships in his youth. In school, he was a terrific student who was often praised by his teachers for his intelligence. Always a huge fan of Christmas, he loved taking trips to Santa’s workshop along with his late grandmother, highly anticipating the thrill of the holidays each and every year.

As he began to grow older, his interests shifted from sports and Santa Claus to pick-up basketball games with his brother Nick and his buddies. Thomas had also recently discovered a passion for rap music and loved making his own beats and creating his own music. Though there were many things in life that made Thomas happy, nothing brought him more joy than spending time with the people he loved. He particularly enjoyed spending time with his brother, his parents, and his numerous friends.

As we reflect upon a life lost far too soon, let us honor Thomas’ life by remembering all the good times he shared, his many accomplishments, and the unwavering devotion he had to his family and friends. Thomas will be incredibly missed by all those who knew and loved him. May he find eternal peace and comfort in the afterlife.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Thomas Jon Caruso hosted by John M. Ireland & Son Funeral Home and Chapel.

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