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Thomas “Tom” Patrick Braun

Thomas “Tom” Patrick Braun, devoted husband, father and grandfather, was ushered into Heaven on June 14, 2022 at age 84.

He was born in Jeffersonville, IN to Frank and Clara (Wulf) Braun, Jr. He was preceded in death by his parents and 8 siblings.

He moved to Texas in May 1966 after being honorably discharged from the Air Force. He was an engineer by trade, devout Catholic, loved golf and was fascinated by space.

He is survived by his loving wife Juanita “Nita” (Grubbs) Braun, 9 children and their spouses, 12 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, and many loving nieces and nephews.


A Memorial Mass will be held at 10:00am, Friday, July 8, 2022

in the Formation Center at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 3100 Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX 75023.

Burial will follow at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery at 2:00pm, July 8, 2022, following the Memorial Mass at the church.


In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St Jude’s Hospital;


14 replies on “Thomas “Tom” Patrick Braun”

Laura Greiner says:

I miss you tremendously daddy! I will see you some day in Heaven. Hold a spot for us kids 😘

Rob says:

Thank you for raising me as one of your own. We had our differences but you shaped me into the man I am today. May you Rest In Peace and watch over your family from above.

Julie and Larry Phillips says:

Our deepest sympathy for Tom’s loving family. Much live and prayers.

Anonymous says:

Wish we hadn’t moved because we had shared such good times on weekends. Tom was a good friend for over 40 years and he will be greatly missed.
James and Carol Harris

Sara Smith says:

Tom was a wonderful person. He loved square dancing and Nita. I will miss him

Jon Jones & Deborah Carroll-Jones says:

Thank you for all the years we had you as a part of our square dance family; you were such a blessing. We will miss you very much, Dear One.

Jan Farmer says:

We are so sad to hear of Tom’s passing. We always enjiyed seeing and dancing with him.
Prayers and Love,
Jan and Denny Farmer

Brad & Karen Gates says:

We remember Tom & Nita from the Texas Reelers square dance club. We took lessons at the same time and learned together.😊 What a wonderful and kind man Tom was. Now he is in heaven with Jesus! See you again one day Tom! 🙏🙌🙏 Our condolences to Nita and the family. ❤️

Juanita Braun says:

You are home in Heaven sweetheart, all the pain & grief is over, every restless tossing passed. Rest in peace my love.

Michael and Susan Vatter says:

Tom was so much more than a client; a great guy, always in a good mood, inquisitive and curious, never to busy to learn something new. I’m just glad I had the opportunity to spend some more time with him and his lovely wife in the last few months.
He will be sorely missed.

Sandy and Steve Halsey says:

Tom was such a sweet soul. He was a friend to everyone he met. He loved God all his life, he lived Nita and his daughters and he loved his country. He served St Elizabeth Seton as a Knight of Columbus, Mens Club, Sunday mass Usher, he loved square dancing and puzzles. He served in the Air Force and worked as an engineer. An all around GREAT GUY!!

Janel Smith says:

I am sorry to learn of Tom’s passing! Nita was our president of the Seton singles over 40 club and Tom was so active also. The love between Nita and Tom was beautiful. Their love was a great example to all of us.

Terri Lanier says:

Rest In Peace, dear friend. You are deeply missed. Our deepest sympathy goes to Nita and all the Braun family. ❤️ And 🙏’s.

Pat and Dianne Doyle says:

Tom welcomed us into the Texas Reelers Square dance club with open arms! We are so glad we had the chance to know him! We will see you again some day Tom. Rest in that heavenly peace that you so earned!

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