To Bev and the children,
Was very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I remember him well from the early years on Park St. When he would come home on break from college he would start painting the house. The joke in the family was "don't stand still or Tom will paint you too". Funny, the things one remembers about a person. He and Bev were very kind to my mother when she visited them in Germany many years ago. Will always be grateful for that.
Tom was an unique individual and led an interesting and fullfilling life that touched many lives. Rest in peace.
Very sorry to read this news. My thoughts and prayers are with the Convery family
Our deepest , warmest thoughts go out to your family. If there is anything we can do please don't hesitate to ask?
To The Family Of, Thomas Edmund Convery,
Our very best, warmest, sincerest and deepest sympathy to you all for the loss of your loved one, Thomas. Please know that you all will be kept in our daily thoughts and prayers. We have fond memories of Thomas from Medford High School. May our LORD Bless and comfort you all during this very difficult time of loss and sorrow.
Sincerely yours, John, Lisa & John Bray
Bev and family,
I was so sorry to hear that Tom had passed away.
I will always remember the wonderful parties at your house with all your interesting friends and family members.
John admired Tom very much and considered him one of his dearest friends.
Pat Swanson Zardeskas
So many nice memories which started building in High School once I was introduced to "Mr Convery". Years later I could call him Tom. :) Good Good Man
Depend on Him at all times...before Him pour out the pain that's within. God, is a refuge for us. (Ps. 62:8)
Beth. I'm sorry to hear about your dad. Please find comfort in knowing that he was a great man who's touch so many people's lives during his years. He will always be remembered. Also, during this difficult time please know that I am always here if you need anything. Love and friendship always
He was a great brother-in-law, husband, father, grandfather, etc. Rest in Peace
I had the pleasure of knowing Tom from High School when he got me my first job. Our friendship continued all these years with his visits to Ciy Hall. Medford has lost a truly great man. My condolences to the Convery family. May he rest in peace.
Tom, you and my father "CSM James R. Barry" were true friends. I still have the newspaper articles you wrote about his Pearl Harbor days and the war in the Pacific. My deepest sympathy to the family. SGM Tom Barry
I will always remember Germany with him, 1974 at Medford High School. Oh the fun we all had! Sincere sympathy to the family.
My uncle Tom was one-in-a-million ... we will miss you dearly.
Mr Convery was my Civic teacher at Hobbs Jr. High school. we each did a project on the History of Medford which was grueling but we learned so much from him and he was a very fair and wonderful teacher.We also lived on Forest st. so we had something in common.May he rest in piece
So very sorry for your loss. Your dad wad a wonderful man. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family at this time. Special thoughts for your mom.
Tom was a respected Life Member of Knights of Columbus Council #4225 Dracut Ma and will be remembered in our prayers
When Tom Brokow wrote his book on the Greatest Generation he was thinking about a person like Tom Convery. Our thoughts are with the Convery family as you celebrate the life of a person who made a difference in the world.
I remember you from Medford High. Always a smile and "hello". Rest in peace Mr. Convery. Thank you for making the school day bright.
Tom was a great man. May he rest in peace.
Sorry to hear about Tom's Passing, he was a great friend to my father-in-law and the City of Medford. May he rest in RIP
Lynda and Joe Baiungo
A VFW Prayer:
Eternal Father, giver and sustainer of life, we come before You in the joy of our Faith and in thanks giving for the life of Thomas E. Convery. We commend the soul of our departed Comrade to you. Lord, we ask You to help us honor the memory of Thomas E. Convery by service of the living. Amen.
From the Comrades At,
Medford VFW Post 1012
Please accept my deepest condolences on Tom's passing.I remember Tom as a wonderful inspirational leader when he was an ROTC instructor at Lowell Tech. during the 1960's.
He was a wonderful man I wish I kept in touch with him I remember I saw him on Candle pins for cash on television
About 35 years ago may he rest in peace now