One half of the TNT Express/TNT(Tommy Seabolt and Tommy Angel), Tommy Seabolt has left us at age 62…The two Tommies, Seabolt and Angel wrestled for the NAWA/North American Wrestling Association, and for South Atlantic Pro Wrestling…
Tommy Seabolt was from Greensboro, and his son, Ricky Seabolt, played baseball at Western Guilford High School…Tommy Seabolt, gone at just age 62…Makes you stop and survey the overall situation, as Tommy Seabolt is leaving us way too soon…
Tommy Seabolt, along with Tommy Angel, were a very popular tag-team with SAPW/South Atlantic Pro Wrestling, back in early to mid-nineties…The TNT Express/TNT were a small tag-team, but they were quick and very mobile, inside and outside of the ring…
Tommy Seabolt also worked in law enforcement in the Greensboro area, and most recently, he had been working in the ministry, over at Lawndale Baptist Church….
At this time, we take the to remember Tommy Seabolt, part of the Greensboro Professional Wrestling Connection, that included Stan Lane, Diamond Dan Grondy, The USA Rocker, Cowboy Chris Starr, Barry Cohen, Bamm Bamm Coalson, Robbie McBride(Libyan Assassin), Harold Hadnot, Mark Vance, Soulman Ken Stainback, The Scrapyard Dog, Rock Hunter, Tim Blaze, Johnny Powers, John Hitchcock, Bruce Mitchell, Johnny Fairplay and many others, in all kinds of different capacities, from over the many years…
Time to ring the bell, with a Ten-Gun Salute today for Tommy Seabolt….
from the News and Record online, at www.greensboro.com
Seabolt, Thomas Edward
Thomas Edward Seabolt, 62, went home to be with the Lord, May 25, 2022.
Tommy was born September 11, 1959, in Greensboro to the late Robert Clinton Seabolt and Mary Evelyn Seabolt. His life will best be remembered by the encouragement and friendship he brought to those around him. Tommy spent the last ten years of his life as a servant of the Lord and considered it an honor and privilege to study God’s word and to teach others about him. One of his greatest joys was teaching the Sunday School class at Lawndale Baptist Church where he was a member. He spent most of his time investing in people and lifting them up. He had his eyes on eternity and is now enjoying the presence of Jesus Christ whom he loved so much.
Tommy will be missed by so many. He is survived by his sons Tommy Seabolt II and wife Emily, Ricky Seabolt and wife Danielle, grandchildren Alice, Ruth, Betsy, John Henry, Jack, Max, and Nellie, sister Evelyn “Sug” West (Doug), and brother David (Peggy), and many extended family and friends.
A celebration of life will be held Tuesday, May 31 at 6 p.m. at Lawndale Baptist Church with visitation immediately following.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Lawndale Baptist Church at 3505 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro, NC 27408.
Online condolences at www.forbisanddick.com. 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17.