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Thomas E. Bintliff, Sr.

April 27, 1950 ~ November 9, 2020 (age 70)

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Thomas E. Bintliff, 70, of Quaker City passed away on Monday, November 9, 2020, with his loving wife, Karen, wonderful daughter, Christine and amazing dog, Moon, by his side. Tom was born in Camden, NJ on April 27, 1950 to the late Stanley Lambert and Mildred Florence (DeSoi) Bintliff.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Thomas Bintliff; and brother, Stanley Bintliff.

Tom is survived by his wife, Karen (Turner) Bintliff; daugher, Christine (Paul) Lauriello; step-son, Rudy (Tamie) Hobbs and Gregory (Rita) Hobbs; eight grandchildren; and his faithful companion, Moon.

Tom grew up in the Maple Shade, NJ area and went to Merchantville High in Merchantville NJ. He was a skilled drywall finisher and retired in 2012. Tom built a great home in Chatsworth, NJ to be near his favorite Pinelands hunting area.

Tom and Karen bought 63 acres in Quaker City, Ohio which Tom proceeded to turn into an outdoor paradise called Camp What. He loved to hunt with gun and bow through all deer, duck and turkey seasons. He was at his best in the woods. He was a terrific cook, made the best homemade pies, and prepared great meals out of the fresh game. Tom loved to play cards especially poker and once won a seat to play in Vegas in the World Series of Poker.

It is so hard to lose him, but we know he is now in the arms of those who went before him and there is great comfort in knowing that. All of the prayers and good wishes from everyone were greatly appreciated during his 2 year battle with cancer. He leaves behind a large group of family and friends who will remember him with many wonderful stories for years to come.

Tom will be cremated and a Celebration of Life at Camp What Paradise will be held in the Spring. Arrangements are entrusted to Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, 319 N. Chestnut St., Barnesville, Ohio.

For those that wish to make a donation in Tom's name, please donate to your favorite cancer charity.

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