Photo courtesy of Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home - Cincinnati

Thomas W. Mulvihill

Jan 17, 1944 - Dec 8, 2012 (Age 68)

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To Tom's Family and Friends,
From the Officer's and membership of the Taurine Bibliophiles of America- we send our condolences and Prayer's to his family and friends. I'll remember his genuine infectious 'aficion' which will always remain in our hearts.
QEPD - Rest In Peace Tom- GO IRISH!
Gil Arruda- President TBA

It is heartbreaking to say goodbye to another dear taurino. Eddie and I have fond memories of the many good times shared with Tom at NATC Conventions in Spain and Mexico. He, along with several other Chicago Club members surprised us and came to El Paso to help our club celebrate our 25th Anniversary. Again in 2000, he surprised me by coming to O'Hare Airport with some of our good CTC friends to visit during a flight layover from Naples, Italy, to El Paso, TX. His happy face is...

Tom was one of the most "fun" people we have ever known. Listening to his many stories of Taurine trips and his great memories of his times with the Joffrey and earlier in the hospitality industry were endless and wonderful. We will miss you friend.

At Club Taurino de Chicago Picnic

Tom was a wonderful man. His life was full of caring for his friends. As a member of Club Taurino de Chicago, he has left his mark on this organization. He was a partner in leadership, and shared knowledge with others. His passion for bullfighting led him to travel to France, Spain, and Mexico where he found the respect of Matadors and aficionados.
Tom did everything with passion, and lived a rich life. We who knew him are saddened by his passing and rejoice in the hope that he is not at...

I am so sorry to learn of Tom's passing. I knew him through the NATC, Club Taurino de Chicago and Los Aficionados de Los Angeles, and our trips to Mexico and Spain. He was always fun and a great traveling companion. My sincere condolences to his family and many friends.

I was very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I remember all the work he did for Club Taurino de Chicago and all the fun the group had together.
Que en paz descanse.

Dear Ann,
I was so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I remember all of us growing up together. Those were the good old days. You are all in our prayers.
Mary Beth and Bill Moran


Thomas's Obituaries

Thomas W. Mulvihill, (formally of Chicago), beloved son of the late Jack and Mary Mulvihill, dear brother of Jack (Barbara) Mulvihill, Ann (Mike) Mullane, Bill (Beth) Mulvihill, Mary Pat (Jay) Hiler and the late Dick Mulvihill, and dear uncle of Jerry and Ken Mulvihill, Bill (Morgan) Mulvihill,...

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