Thomas Sylvester Molock, age 59, of Cambridge, MD departed this life Friday, November 24, 2017 at the University of Maryland Hospital at Dorchester.\n \n\n Born August 22, 1958 in Cambridge, Maryland, he was the son of Calvin Molock, Sr. and the late Helen Molock. Thomas had no children.\n \n\n Thomas was educated in the public schools of Dorchester County. His last employment was with Allen Foods, Sanitation Dept., in Cordova, MD.\n \n\n Thomas loved riding his bike every morning and socializing with friends who visited him daily. He was lovingly referred to as the “Mayor of Phillips Street”.\n \n\n Thomas leaves to cherish his loving memories, his siblings: Pastor Mary Ennals, Calvin Molock, Jr., James Molock, Tyrone Molock (Melissa), Jacqueline Molock (Curtis) and Ronnie Molock all of Cambridge; his best friend, Ronnie “Duck” Molock; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.\n \n\n In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Rosie and Alvin Molock and one brother-in-law, William Ennals.\n \n\n Our life and times with Thomas will be cherished forever.\n \n\n\n\n A Letter to Family and Friends\n \n\n If Thomas could have written a farewell to us, it might have been this:\n \n\n Dear Friends,\n \n\n I go, but do not weep. I’ve lived my life, so full and deep. Throughout my life I gave my best, I earned my keep, I’ve earned my rest. I never tried to be great or grand, I tried to be a helping hand. If I helped in a team, if I helped on my own, it was more than repaid by good family and friends I have known. And if I went the extra mile, I did it with pleasure, it was all worthwhile. If I brightened your path, then let it be, a small contribution from my loved ones and me. Now sadly I leave you and travel alone, through a mystic veil to the great unknown. With such beautiful memories, that will forever be, the way that I hope, you’ll remember me.