Listener Guest Book: Tom Magliozzi

My most heart felt sympathies go to Ray, and Tom's family. Tom will be truly missed.
Deirdre
College Station
TX

Rest in peace, Tom , with all the souls of the faithful departed,
Mary Ann
Mason
OH

I'm so sorry for your loss. But Tom had a life lived to the fullest and who can ask for more than that.
Amy
Burleson
Tx

So very sorry for your loss. He was a genius and will be remembered for years to come. Thank you for so many years of laughter. God's comfort and strength to the rest to the family. Hoping we can listen to your shows for years to come. They are timeless!
Jan
Decorah
IA

My most heart felt sympathies go to Ray, and Tom's family. Tom will be truly missed.
Deirdre
College Station
TX

As an immigrant to the US Car Talk (and Tom in particular)taught me everything I need to know about the American psyche (we may speak the same language in the UK but you guys are weird). My condolences to all near and dear to Tom which includes many many NPR listeners :(
Simon
Frederick
MD

Condolences to the Magliozzi family on the loss of Tom. I got to the party too late. I only started listening after the guys were retired but I'll listen as long as the shows are available, because of the laughter... mine and theirs! R.I.P., Tom M.
Frank Tortorice
Hou. TX

I am heartbroken to hear of Tom's passing. Car Talk provided my family with many many belly laughs over the years; it hurts to think that half of "Click and Clack" is gone from the world. I listened to the show with my dad when he was alive, I still listen with my own son. I am glad to hear that in Tom's memory Car Talk repeats will still be aired. The laughter will be a little more poignant, but it will still be full of joy. But just think - Tommy can now drive any way he wants!
Shannon
Cambridge
MA

So sad to hear the news! Tuning into the show instantly makes my day better! I will listen now with not just humor and anticipation, but with reverence. Click and Clack kept it real!
Erica
Boring
OR

Shocked to hear of Tom's passing. Car Talk is an integral part of my week. Many a Saturday afternoon was enjoyed listening to the boys using my wireless headphones. I'm sure many passersby wondered what this lunatic found so funny about washing the car or doing yardwork. Tom leaves behind a long trail of education and laughter, that is a legacy we can all aspire to emulate. Thanks.
Mike K
Sault Ste Marie
Ontario

Ray, I am saddened to hear about Tom's passing. Although I never met him, Tom (and Ray) felt like a part of the family. . . the side of the family I actually like. The world could use more of Tom and Ray!
Tom Gebler
Pittsburgh
PA

Thanks for all the laughs and mediocre car advice, Tom. My Saturday's will never be the same.
Bill
Georgetown
TX

Thank you for making the world a better place.
Rob Maccabee
Columbus
OHIO

Thank you for making the world a better place.
Rob Maccabee
Columbus
OHIO

Thanks for creating a Saturday filled with laughs over the years. Loved cartel.
Linda
Longmont
CO

I grew up listening to Car Talk in the car with my parents. It was an integral part of weekend drives and always made me feel happy. I can't believe Tom is gone. Thanks for all the laughs.
Jacob Stark
La Honda
CA

Loved Saturday mornings listening to click and clack. Tom will surely be missed.
Eric Miller
Boone
nc

Loved listening to the show he will be greatly missed! My deepest condolences to the family!!!
Melanie valentine
GreatBarrington
Ma

I am so so sad to learn of Tom's passing. I've been listening to Tom and Ray for the last 20 years of my life. I will miss his wonderful laugh and his great humor. We were all to fortunate that we were able to get to know him through the radio each week. Best wishes and warm thoughts to him family. I know Ray will miss him very much.
Joel Housman
Warrenton
VA

Tom and Ray brought incalculable joy to me and my family. I'm very sad to hear of his death. Many thanks for all of the laughs and information. I'll be sure to make a memorial trek to the Alamo. If I can find it.
John
Fort Worth
TX

When my son was a preschooler, he used to call you "The Funny Guys." Hey Dad, can we listen to "The Funny Guys?" It's like a light has gone out of our Saturday mornings.
Andy Bryan
Springfield
MO