Born June 28th, 1939 to Polish American Parents, the late Henry and Stefy Gryzewski. He grew up in West Philadelphia and graduated Bartram Highschool. Tom graduated from Drexel University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Tom is survived by his loving wife, Tammy Harrison, his sister and brother-in-law, Rita and Mike Thomas and his brother and sister in law, Len and Nancy Gregory. He is survived by two sons from a previous marriage:  Tom Jr (Kathleen nee Delvechio) and Mark (Michele nee Delvechio).  He is survived by 6 grandchildren; Alexandra, Christian, Lucas, Drew, Jake and Trevor and many nieces.
Tom started his career as an engineer First with Honeywell and later with Cyprus Mining Co. He was very proud of his grandson Lucas for following in his Grandfather’s footsteps to pursue a degree in engineering.

In 1977 he started Professional Duplicating (aka in Media, PA.  Tom ran Professional Duplicating with the help of his son, Tom Jr. Tom became a Rotarian in the Media Rotary Club and was very active in that organization. Tom was a member of several professional organizations; among them the Xerox Agency Alliance and the Forum Group Alliance. Tom had many friends from those organizations.
Tom developed a line of copyrighted, printed targets using fluorescent ink and named them EZ2C Targets (  His son, Mark now owns and continues to run that business today.

Tom was one of the pioneers in self-published books. He and his son, Mark started the first print-on-demand publishing company known as and was later changed to They developed a booklet and seminar to teach authors how to enhance their writing and get it published and sold.
Tom saw a lot of talent in many of his employees and made sure that it was developed. As a testament to this, many of the employees at his company have been there for many years. He was also proud of his son, Tom Jr, who continues to manage Professional Duplicating today.

Tom raised Britany Spaniels for a time and loved to hunt. He loved boating and the Jersey Shore and spent many hours biking at the shore, sitting on the beach and enjoying his -his personal concoction of a Southern Comfort Manhattan. He also loved to fish. He enjoyed participating in the Redbone tournament in Islamorada, FL to support Cystic Fibrosis Research. Tom was an avid photographer and had an amazing eye that he felt was passed on to his Grandson Christian. Tom loved music and his collection spans decades and many genres, his favorite of which was jazz.

Due to limitations created by the Covid Restrictions to funerals and get togethers, Tom’s life celebration will be held at a later date in June.

In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to either:

Michael J Fox Foundation (For Parkinson’s Research)
At the top of the page, please click “Tribute donation”
Click the button that says “In Memory of”
Write in Tom’s name:
Thomas Gregory


The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Delaware Valley Chapter
Team Gregory
Please be sure to put in memory of Tom Gregory on the check
2002 Sproul Rd
Broomall, PA  19008

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