Tom Wasserman Death, Obituary – A founding member of the league and the current Most Valuable Player, Tom Wasserman, died his valiant battle with cancer today. He was regarded as one of the league’s top players. We are devastated by the news and are passing it along with a heavy heart. He has passed away.
Tom was one of the very few players in Trailblazers history to participate in each and every season before his retirement. His achievement sets him apart from other Trailblazers players. He also holds the distinction of being the only player in league history to have received the Most Valuable Player award twice, and at the time of his final game, he was the league’s All-Time Leading in wins and points.
He is the only player to have ever completed this feat, and he is leaving. He is the player who presently holds the record for the most points and the most team victories. He is the only player in league history to have been selected to take part in every All-League Match. He is also the only player to have been chosen to play in each All-Star Game.
Also, he is the only player in the game’s history to be chosen to play in each and every All-Star Game. The Trailblazers League and the Twin Ports Pool Community have both expressed their sorrow over the tragic news of a well-known player’s passing. We want everyone of his friends and family to know how much we care about them and that we are expressing our condolences to them during this terrible time.
Tom and his wife Dorraine will be the beneficiaries of a fundraiser on March 4 at the Superior Moose Club. Their medical expenses will be covered by the money that has been contributed. The funds raised will go toward covering lost income, funeral and burial costs, as well as medical bills. Click HERE To View Tom Wasserman GoFundMe Page.