Tom,I pray that you enter into Eternal Rest and are at Peace.The pain and suffering for you are over;but the sting of death will linger for awhile in your children.May the Peace of the Lord descend upon all of you as you cope with the death of your father..Rest in Peace.Tom.Love,The Esopo's
Dear Tom, some of my fondest memories growing up were of you taking me to Prospect Park to explore the Indian Trail, visit the zoo, look over the giant cliff and climb every nook and cranny. On our way home you always bought a loaf of just baked Italian Bread from the bakery which we ate as we walked the rest of the way home.
When dad was ill you made sure Fran and I had a wonderful Christmas, getting us the most memorable gift a knock hockey set!! Only someone who was still a kid himself would think of such a great gift along with many others.
You were so generous to our parents, always getting mom the best collectibles and dad a remote control TV, first in the neighborhood.
You were generous,loving and caring,
You will be missed,
Your loving sister
I want you to know I did my best taking care of you. It wasn't always easy and we argued a lot but we always managed to get along. We relied on each other for a lot of things. I don't know how I will manage without you. Don't worry I will be okay. Through you, I learned to be strong no matter how tough things get. I know you worry about me, but don't, I am as tough as you.
I will never forget you or the things you've done for me. I will miss the times we watched cage fighting and boxing but I will think of you everytime it comes on. One thing is for sure, I won't lose anymore $5 bets.
Say hi to mommy and Brian. I love you all.
Rest in Peace
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Linda, Our sincere thoughts and prayers are with you.
With deepest sympathy,
Anna and Mikhail Begim
It's a relief to know you are not suffering anymore and I know you found your way to mommy and Brian.
You can rest in peace knowing you and mommy raised 7 beautiful, strong, children. If there is one thing we all got from you, it's our strong work ethic for sure. You worked hard and many hours of overtime to provide for us. I know you did the best you could.
Life hasn't been fair or easy for you but you always rose above it somehow. You never gave up. I often wondered how you had the strength to carry on but somehow, you did.
I wish life was much better for you, mommy and Brian but, I know, you're all together now, finally happy and at peace.
Tell mommy and Brian how much we miss and love them.
Rest In Peace
Hi.. sorry for your loss..Please acept our condolences..
Dad R.I.P. We will miss you. You have always worked hard to support your family. No matter how hard times have become you always got us through it. At last you will be with Brian. Love you.
Linda and family- As another chapter in your lives comes to a close may you glean from the memories of a time gone by a deeper appreciation of what it means to be part of a family and with Gods help use this insight to strengthen the bonds between you who remain.
Rest in peace Uncle Tom you worked hard your whole life, and have been battling illness for a long time. You deserve to rest and find peace. I hope that you are now among those who have gone before you. Say hi to my mom.
To the Mcnulty family you are all In my thoughts and prayers
Tom you were a great brother and son ~ when dad died you where the one mom looked to, to get us through the hard time and hold everything together. Eileen and I were very proud that you were our big brother and appreciated everything you did for us ~over and above just being a good brother. I hope you are at peace now and that all your suffering is over. Love you, your sister Fran
R.i.p Thomas Mc Nulty.. You are in safe hands now. My the Lord watch over you family and lead them through this tough time.
In Our Hearts
We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday.
And days before that too.
We think of you in silence.
We often speak your name.
Now all we have is memories.
And your picture in a frame.
Your memory is our keepsake.
With which we'll never part.
God has you in his keeping.
We have you in our heart.