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Thomas J. Nanna Obituary
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October 17, 2018

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October 8, 2017
Tom always mentioned that when he died he couldn't wait to sit down and talk with Abraham Lincoln. He had quite a fascination and love for our 16th president.

I will always remember the trip he made with me to Springfield, IL to view all the Lincoln sites. The joy that that trip gave Tom was indescribable. As was tradition when departing from the last Lincoln site, Tom rubbed the nose of a statue of Abraham Lincoln and told him with tears in his eyes that he couldn't wait to meet him in heaven.

Well Tom, I hope the two of you are having those long awaited conversations.
September 18, 2017
I'm very sorry to hear about your fathers passing. He was always so kind and soft spoken. I've missed seeing him at the track betting his 2 bucks. My deepest condolences go out to the entire Nanna family.
Kelley Dolan
September 18, 2017
I spent a large part of my youth around Mr.Nanna and his family. He was a kind, compassionate, honest and honorable man. But what I will remember most about him was how much he wholeheartedly loved just being around his children. Rosanne, Tom, Eileen, Steve, Jeff and Frank were the apple of his eye. And of course his wife of 58 years, Eileen, was his other great source of happiness. I understand, not surprisingly,that he was the same way with his grandchildren. I know it was not easy for his children to let him go, but they should know that each and every one of them carries on both their mother and father's legacy and I know that they have made their parents extremely proud.
Sincerely, Frank Angerosa
September 17, 2017
My deepest sympathy to the entire Nanna family.
Mr. Nanna was a great person and always a gentleman. I have fond memories of our days at the baseball field and Mason Avenue. I am sure he has great pride for his now adult children and grand children. As he should... God Bless.
Frankie M