Dec 192021
Congressman Tom McClintock from a 2020 vintage mailer.
Family Statement on the Passing of Lori McClintock, Wife of Congressman Tom McClintock:
Our family’s darkest day and most terrible nightmare has come. Lori is gone.
And with her all the light, warmth, fun, friendship and love she brought everywhere she went and to everyone she met.
We are devastated and our world is shattered. Only those who knew her can understand the enormity of the tragedy of her passing for her family and many friends.
Our only comfort is that her unbounded charity, goodness, and faith assures her eternal life in heaven, where she will surely watch over all who loved her and whom she loved.
On behalf of our grieving family, we extend our heartfelt thanks to all who have offered so many kind memories and tributes in condolence. We will always love her “more than all the stars in the sky.”
— The Family of Lori McClintock
As someone who has been antagonistic to Tom McClintock for years, I share the pain with others grieving the loss of a spouse. Leave the man alone, let him and his family grieve.
We can resume the political crap next year. If you are speculating about the political impact, stop. These are human beings here.
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  6 Responses to “Tom McClintock Update: Tragic Sudden Death of Lori McClintock Announced on Social Media”

  1. Horrible news. I have always greatly admired Tom—I think he is one of the few honest leaders we have in Washington. There are no words that can explain the pain he must feel in losing his life partner, spouse and best friend.

  2. God please cover Tom with your peace and strength. In Jesus’ name amen…

  3. I’m so saddened by this information. My deepest sympathy goes out to the McClintock family! May the peace of Christ surround him and his family in this time of grief and loss! May Lori rest in Peace!

  4. My thoughts and prayers go to Congressman McClintock and his family.

  5. R.I.P.

  6. This is the hard part of being in one’s senior years. I’ve often said that I’d prefer that my husband and I die on the same day. It is awful for whoever loses their spouse of many years. I lost my husband this year. We were married for 50 years. So many of my Republican women friends are going through the same thing. We are turning into a widow’s club where we all share our levels of grief. Frankly, there is no getting over it. It is a forever pain. The entire family feels emotionally sick celebrating the first Thanksgiving and Christmas without him. We feel grateful for all the good he brought into our lives. There are no words for how much he is missed. I pray that God will carry Tom through it.

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