SP4 Thomas Pasco Roman

JANUARY 21, 1949 - january 15, 2020

"B" Battery

Obituary of Thomas Pasco Roman



Thomas (Tom) P. Roman, Age 70, passed away on January 15, 2020 after a courageous battle with Parkinsonís and Lewy Body Dementia. Tom will be deeply missed by his wife Susan, son Christopher, twin grandchildren, and his very dear niece Adrienne.

Tom was born in Danbury, CT on 1/21/1949 to Pasco and Wanda Stankiewicz Roman. Tom was predeceased by his parents and his sister Donna OíBrien. Tom cared for his parents and sister until their passing. Tom served in the Army during the Vietnam War in the artillery unit, fourth infantry. His love for his country never waivered and he was honorably discharged in 1971. Tom continued his public service and became a police officer in Danbury, CT until his retirement in 1994 as Captain ďThe BossĒ Commander of the Narcotics Tactical Team. Tom was married first to a wonderful woman, Mary Clowser Roman which afforded him an instant family after adopting baby Christopher whom he adored.

Tom enjoyed flying and received his pilotís license in 1984. He also continued to care for his community and volunteered for many charitable organizations such as Meals on Wheels, helping special needs kids and participating in the Special Olympics. Tom liked to keep himself fit by working out every day even during his illness. He enjoyed golf where he met and married Susan. Together, they built a wonderful life full of travel, family and friends. Susanís family adopted Tom as a son and brother who shall be greatly missed.

Anyone who knew Tom appreciated is good humor, caring nature and selflessness. He had a beautiful soul and his loss will be deeply felt especially by his loving wife Susan. It is a comfort to Tomís family to know that he accepted the lord and is resting in eternal peace.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to two of Tomís favorite organizations. Make a Wish Foundation and Disabled American Veterans.

Celebration of Life

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

        Prayer Service

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

        Committal Service

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Thomas Pasco Roman


J. X. Terry

January 23, 2020

Thank you for the memories we shared over the years, Susan the calls over time were appreciated, Tom will always be a brother of the Danbury Police Department, Rest in Peace

Marilyn and Bob Hetzry

January 21, 2020

Tom is now in the arms of The Loving Savior. He is finally at rest! We send our prayers and love.
Cousins Marilyn and Bob Hetzel

James Lucsky

January 17, 2020

Our deepest sympathy goes out to your family and friends.
Tom was a good friend and we had some good times with him and his wife.
I will always remember you and the times we had on the job.
God Bless You
Jimmy ( Woozy) Lucsky

Robert Henry

January 16, 2020

I would like to express my condolences to the Roman family for their loss.
I always knew Tommy to be a good and decent person, a good friend, neighbor and a good cop. Tommy is in good company now with the those who preceded him . Perhaps I will see him again one day.

Robert Henry

Robert Paust

January 16, 2020

Knew Tom from grade school and worked with him on the DPD. Always a great person and always with a great smile on his face!
Tom was a proud Veteran and served his Country in Vietnam, rest In peace Tom. Heaven is a much better place since you arrived.
Robert R Paust

Eileen Coladarci

January 16, 2020

Hey, cuz
You are always in my thoughts and always in my heart. Please know that I love you and will miss you.