Dr. Thomas G. Rousseau M.D., 75, of Princeton, went home to his Lord and Savior on Thursday, November 19, 2020, surrounded by his family.
Dr. Rousseau was born in The Bronx in New York City on June 24, 1945, to his late parents, Gerard Thomas Rousseau and Margaret Collins Rousseau O’Hara.
Dr. Rousseau was a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Thereafter, he dedicated the next 39 years of his career to making a difference in women’s health and emergency medicine. During his practice as an OB/GYN, he helped countless expectant mothers and delivered numerous babies into this world. He loved serving the families he cared for and helping people through the practice of medicine.
He loved traveling with his wife Judy, a good game of golf on a nice afternoon, and being at the beach as often as possible. Tom enjoyed to read and to provide others with a time-saving “tip” or shortcut anytime he had one. But most of all, he found pleasure in spending time with his family. A true New Yorker, he always possessed the wit and sense of humor to entertain the crowd wherever he went. He found an extreme sense of pride and enjoyment in his grandson, Nash Thomas Corder. He was a member of Ogden Memorial United Methodist Church, PG&C Club, and Princeton Elks Lodge #1115.
Tom leaves behind his loving wife of 37 years, Judy; two sons, Michael Rousseau of Indianapolis, Indiana, Jeff Rousseau and wife Morgan of Princeton; and one daughter, Dianne Rousseau Corder and husband Paul of Murray. His grandson, Nash Thomas Corder will miss his Poppi dearly. Additionally, he is survived by one brother, Martin O’Hara of New York, New York; two brothers-in-law, Rick Johnson and wife Ruth Ann of Sullivan, Indiana, Robert Johnson and wife Melinda of Indianapolis, Indiana; and several nieces and nephews.
A private memorial service will be held at Morgan’s Funeral Home with the Honorable Jamus Redd III officiating.
Charitable contributions may be made in Dr. Rousseau’s memory to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.
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