Tom Higginbottom, Longtime Mygrant Employee, Passes Away

Longtime Mygrant employee Tom Higginbottom died early Saturday morning in California. Higginbottom spent more than 37 years, almost his whole career, at Mygrant Glass in a variety of positions including sales and market manager and zone manager. He retired in March of this year after a long career.

Higginbottom was active in a number of trade associations and strong in his support of the Auto Glass Safety Council. He is a former president of the California Glass Association and the National Glass Association and was involved in a number of local organizations.

Funeral arrangements were not available at press time. glassBYTEs.com™ will update this story as more information becomes available.

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4 Responses to Tom Higginbottom, Longtime Mygrant Employee, Passes Away

  1. Butch Paula says:

    I worked for Tom for nearly 20 years and knew him for over 30. He was a kind, honest and hard working man. He will be missed by many people including me.

  2. Paul Rogers says:

    In my 40+ years in the glass business Tom was the best person I had the luck to know and work for. As stated above he was the most honest person I ever met. I will miss our phone calls and was glad I got to talk to him 2 weeks ago.

  3. Tim says:

    I knew Tom for nearly 10 years, for sure he was a great honest person, he will be missed , May he Rest In Peace

  4. Howard Kobel says:

    Tom was a friend and valuable ally. Through him i was introduced to my wife Carrie. I will remember him fondly. May God bless him and the Mygrant family

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