Thomas Nolan

Syracuse, New York


Syracuse, New York


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Thomas G. Nolan June 22, 2020 Thomas G. Nolan, 67, of Syracuse, passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital after a long illness. Tom was a life resident of Syracuse and graduated from Corcoran High School in 1971. He was co-founder and vice president of Nolan Supply Corp. in Syracuse. Tom volunteered...

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To the Nolan Family
Thomas was greatly loved by my family, we lived down the street from Nolans and my dad, John McMahon, gave Thomas the nickname Stanley. I laughed thru my childhood with Him. In fact every time I saw Tom I laughed with him. He brought us such joy. One of a kind!!! He will be missed.
My heart goes out to all of you and I pray great memories will bring you comfort.
With love
Missy OConnor

Tom was one of the funniest people I know. We worked at Kasson Road under often challenging circumstances and he always had something funny to say. When asked how he was his response was always never had a bad day He brightened a room and many days at work. He positively influenced and will be missed by many.

Dear Nolan Family, what sad news to read of Tom's passing. My deepest sympathies to "Aunt" Janet, & all the siblings & Tom's children. The Nolans have always been so special beginning w "Uncle" Jack. My brother Norb had a job w Nolan Supply & got to learn so much & got to work w the 3 Nolan boys.
Fond memories of times at Wit's End camp too!!
Remembering your dear family w love, & prayers that God will give His peace & comfort. Thinking...

To the Nolan family-I am very sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

I laid you to rest on Friday...but way too soon. As much as you had enough of it all, I think you had a little left. As I was putting you to rest I was uneasy, I know it was "finite" that the end was in my hands as I put you in the ground, over your father, it was still surreal. I hope you are smiling down at us all, all 10 of your brothers and sisters, all 8 of your children, all of your grandchildren, nephews, nieces and friends. You are one of a kind. Never will be...

To the Wonderful Nolan Family, especially my Godmother, Aunt Janet
I was so very sad to learn of Toms passing. Our families always got together when we were growing up, and I have such special memories of those times.

Although I havent seen Tom in years, my brother, Norb, worked for Nolan supply, and Tom, John, and Peter. He kept us up on what was happening with the Nolan Clan!
I hope all your precious memories of Tom will help you through this difficult time

1985 Tom held my interview at his farm in Marcellus .
I was hired that night.
Had lots of laughs and sometimes butted heads, but all and all it was always fun.
Always had time for a beer after hours and lots of jokes and storys .
RIP Tom !

I worked at Nolan Supply many years ago with Tommy, he had a wonderful sense of humor and could always make you laugh. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing.