Tom Mentzer Obituary, Death Cause – Tom Mentzer, who had served as Dianne Feinstein’s communications director for a considerable amount of time in the past, passed away towards the end of February, according to the information that I recently obtained. When I heard the news, it made me feel terrible. I had no idea. There is not a single story of him that can be found anywhere in the globe. This is true across the board.
It turned out that he had cancer, but he opted not to tell anybody about his decision to cease therapy until the diagnosis was verified. He also decided not to tell anyone about his decision to stop chemotherapy.He is survived by his three daughters, Melinda L. Shumac, Brenda K. Mentzer, and Donna F. Cresswell, as well as two stepchildren, Brian N. Elliott and Linda D. Elliott, 18 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, a brother, Kenneth L. Mentzer, three nieces, Pam, Susan, and Melissa Mentzer, and three nephews, Steve, Mike, and Bruce Mentzer. In addition, he is survived by 16 great-grandchildren.
In addition, he is survived by sixteen of his great-great-grandchildren. Following his time in the Navy, Tom worked for a significant amount of time as a mechanic for Norfolk Southern Railroad before taking early retirement. His favorite pastimes included things like riding motorcycles and four-wheelers, working on cars and tractors, riding bikes and four-wheelers, and following NASCAR. He also enjoyed playing the guitar and listening to traditional country music.
He had a great place for animals and found fulfillment in helping other people. He was a servant at heart. The time I spent working beside him was one of the highlights of my life. RIP. Tom and I shared an office for a good portion of our careers. He had a wonderful sense of humor, in spite of the fact that the vast majority of his jokes were unfunny dad jokes. So smart. He had reached the zenith of his powers at that point.