Thomas "Tommy" Evan Studyvin better known as Tommy, 23 passed away at his residence in Bowling Green on March 4, 2021. He was born October 6, 1997 to Dewayne and Linda Studyvin of Bowling Green.
Tommy was preceded in death by his father, Dewayne Studyvin Sr. and his grandparents, Clinton Studyvin of Texas, Mary Yeager, Jesus Garcia and Maria Garcia all of Illinois.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his mother: Linda Studyvin; the love of his life, Rebekah Caudill and his son, Jeremiah Caudill. Tommy is also survived by eight siblings and their families: Linda Lamar, DeeDee Wheatley, Dewayne Studyvin JR, Patricia Studyvin, John Studyvin, Micheal Studyvin, Jennifer Studyvin and Suzy Studyvin all of Bowling Green. Other survivors include nephews and nieces: Diedra Adkins, (Damian Adkins deceased), Ashley and Kelsey Lamar, all of Beaver Dam; Joseph, Mathew and Chelsea Wheatley, Shelby Brown, Shawna Bustin, Shelia, Wayne, Lexie, Lyle and Lyric Studyvin; Damian, Angel and De’angelo Grimes; Jacey & Jacob Neudecker and Evan Studyvin, all of Bowling Green; great nephews and nieces: Logan, Abigail and Chandler Wheatley of Bowling Green; Kayden Wheatley of Bowling Green; Aiden Brown, Jack Frailey and Jax of Beaver Dam, Peyton Reeder, Noah Pendleton and Alainas Bustin all of Bowling Green as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins mostly of Joliet, Illinois.
Tommy grew up spending a lot of his time with two of his brothers, John and Michael working on lawn mowers and mowing yards. He also spent many weekends with two of his nephews: Joseph and Mathew Wheatley. Their time together included learning to work on cars and build front runner stock cars to race at Beech Bend. These experiences and his interest to learn the small engine and auto mechanics trade eventually led him to a job that he loved as an adult working for Star Motor Bike and ATV. Tommy enjoyed working and riding ATVS in his spare time. Family time was always very important to him. He loved a good bon fire, grilling good food with his family and the family pets. Tommy loved his mother who ended up being a single parent after she became widowed when Tommy was a young boy. Tommy always made sure his mom was okay and will be missed dearly by his mother.
The family has entrusted Cone Funeral Home (1510 Campbell Lane) with arrangements. A public visitation will be held Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at Cone Funeral Home from 10 am until 12 noon. Funeral services will be held at noon at the funeral home with burial to follow in Fairview Cemetery.
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