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Forgive me and please move if this is not the right place. My husband had the pleasure of working with Tom Bellows and is stunned - he was only 53. Complete obituary in today's Chronicle.

Thomas Ferris Bellows

Thomas Ferris Bellows Dec.31, 1954 - Oct. 15, 2007

Tom Bellows suffered a sudden and unexpected heart attack Monday, October 15, and died that evening. Surviving are his beloved wife Laura Bellows, adored sons Jack and Steven, brother Warren S. Bellows III, sister-in-law Ruth and several nephews and cousins. His intelligence, humor, generosity, kindness and integrity reach deep into the Houston community. As President and CEO of Bellows Construction Company, Tom represented the third generation of a company known for building the San Jacinto Monument, the Alley Theater, the Wortham Theater and numerous buildings impacting the Houston skyline. Services will be held Friday at 1:00 P.M. at First Presbyterian Church, 5300 Main Street. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to First Presbyterian Church (77004) or DePelchin Children's Center (4950 Memorial Drive 77007).

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We build more than buildings – we build relationships. Family-owned and led since its founding in 1914, W. S. Bellows Construction Corporation has helped shape the heart of Houston’s skyline and has built other notable structures across Texas and the Southwest. More impressive than the prestige of our portfolio are the successful relationships that Bellows has built over the last 106 years by delivering the highest quality work with steadfast commitment to safety and utmost integrity. Our dedicated, expert personnel continue to be the solid core of our company and the reason that Bellows is known for doing the right thing and standing by our work.

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