- 57 years old
- Date of birth: February 22nd, 1958
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: November 27th, 2015
- Place of passing:
Uncle Tommy, it breaks my heart to have to write this message as my last goodbye. You we a loving uncle always up for the craic I hold all my memories of you close to my heart and thank you for being so generous and kind to me from little treats to letting me visit for months at a time, I truly treasure the memories of you driving Kieran and I on our wedding day. Love Forever Ciara xxx
Uncle Tommy, I can't believe you're gone but you will never be forgotten. You always went out of your way to help people and there was rarely a dull moment with you around. Thank you for all you done for me through the years. I'll treasure my memories of you. I hope your having a whiskey and cigarette with Granny having a laugh. Rest in peace Tommy, love Ann xo
We were all devastated to hear the sad news of Tommys passing. He was a true friend who brought joy and laughter wherever he went. You will be so sadly missed by everyone who knew you but we are lucky to have so many wonderful joy filled memories to keep you in our hearts. Sending all of our love to his family both in the US and Ireland. X
Rip tommy. Many a days craic we had on the milk van. Thinking on you and your family.
Tommy, use to call into me at Hegarty's Music Centre every day to see what was new in stock of the latest LP records and would keep the helper in the van waiting up to half an hour when I mentioned this to him he would say there's no rush. No matter I where you met him, he would always stop for a yarn. We had some great nights in Rodden's Bar with him and the rest of the boys and girls. Rest In Peace my friend.
Many good times we had.
Tommy, safe journey. We will all miss you and will always remember you and the good times and the 'wild' times, e.g. The Fleadh Cheoil in Ennis 1977 or when Pa took you up to Roddens for your first visit or 'that' game of poker with Jim Dyke. Great memories. Love to all your friends and family in Ireland and the U.S.A. Goodbye, for now. Brian Kavanagh.
RIP Tommy. Happy memories of you (with the hippie hair and cowboy boots) often stopping the VW pickup to allow Edward and the rest of us schoolkids pile onboard for a breezy ride home. You had a natural generosity and likeability that was common to all members of your family, from your dad downward.
Great times from the past my dear life long friend.RIP you will always be in our hearts and memories x
A life lost too soon. Tommy such a warm and kind hearted man. So many memories of a childhood on the Gransha Road, with Tommy and the milkvan! Thinking of you all here in Ireland and US at this difficult time. Xx
RIP Tommy. So sorry to hear of Tommys passing. Annette Doherty
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