As a youth, Thommy enjoyed playing sports, most notably football for the Steele Hill Boys Club. In high school he was active in the performing arts at Phillipsburg High School. After graduating college, Thommy worked for Left Bank Management and Mercury Roads in Nashville, TN. Throughout his professional career, he worked with artists Shania Twain, Deanna Carter and many others.
Upon being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the early age of 26, he was forced into an early retirement due to the disabilities brought upon him by the illness. The progressive nature and strain of disease rendered him incapacitated for roughly 15 years.
Thommy was an avid fan of country music. His favorite artists of all time are Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. He was also entertained by watching the classic TV shows Happy Days, Charmed and his all-time favorite, The Golden Girls.
Thommy is survived by his father, Thomas, Sr. and step-mother Mary of Kunkletown, Pa.; sister Holly and brother-in-law Rich Weinman of Breinigsville, Pa.; brother Brett, and his sister-in-law Tara and niece Riley of Hillsdale, NJ.
He was predeceased by his mother Dorothy and brother Travis.
A Memorial Tribute will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 1:30PM at The Finegan Funeral Home, 302 Heckman St., Phillipsburg, NJ.
Thommy’s family are strong advocates of the MS Society. In lieu of flowers, the family has created a memorial in Thommy’s name to raise funds for MS research. Here is a link that you can type into your address bar of internet browser or Google for your support. http://main.nationalmssociety.org/goto/ThommyHutchisonGifts