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Thomas Slane

Stony Point, New York

1937 - 2021


April 5, 2021
Stony Point, New York


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Finn Funeral Home - Stony Point Obituary

Thomas J. Slane, age 83, passed away on Monday, April 5th, 2021. He was born on August 10, 1937, in New York City, to Joseph and Betty Slane. He was a 1956 graduate of Brooklyn Tech High School. He married Beverly Loftus on July 11, 1959, in Inwood, NY. He worked for 39 years as a Metal Lather in New York City and displayed a wonderful knack for solving problems and fixing things. Tom truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures; chatting with friends and family, fishing, sailing, snacking on cookies and spending time with his grandchildren. Tom had an uncanny ability to make people smile and brighten up their day by telling a funny joke. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Beverly, his 3 sons, Thomas Jr., Joseph, and Gregory, and his 5 grandchildren, Alexandra, Brendan, Joseph, Victoria and Connor and his 1 great grandchild, Stefania. Church services will be held at St Gregory’s Friday, April 9th at 11am with burial to follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Haverstraw, NY.

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To all the same family I am very sorry to hear about your Sloane was a great man always had something kind to say about everyone.may he rest in peace and god bring comfort to his family Pete Duffy ...

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Even though I have not seen Uncle Tom in many years, I did think of him often. Our families always enjoyed our Thanksgiving get-togethers, and the fun we had at the Jersey Shore. What great times we had! To me, Uncle Tom always had a quiet nature, but also had a wonderful sense of humor. I'm certain he will be missed by all. We send our love and sympathies to Aunt Bev, Tommy, Joey, Greg and their families. I'm sure my mom (Doris) is welcoming him to heaven!

Sending our warmest regards and sympathies to the Slane family. We know that Thomas will be missed terribly and hope that all the fond memories you have of him will remain a part of you forever.