Thomas G. McNulty Jr.

Date of Death: July 16, 2015
Doyle B. Shaffer, Inc Funeral Home
45-09 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
Sunday 7/19, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Doyle B. Shaffer, Inc Funeral Home
45-09 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
Sunday 7/19, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Rockville Cemetery
45 Merrick Road
Lynbrook, NY
Monday 7/20, 11:00 am
St. Anastasia Church
45-14 245 Street
Douglaston, NY 11362
Monday 7/20, 9:30 am

Thomas passed away on Thursday, July 16, 2015. Thomas was a resident of Brooklyn, New York.

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Ken Neenan left a message on July 15, 2018:
Almost another year has gone by with you now at peace. I sure do miss your visits with Uncle Ken. Still feels strange without you to talk to on your upcoming Birthday. You would have loved the Amusement park I found up here. I miss not hanging out with you and going on the rides. Everytime I come across old photos of you, it reminds me of what a fantastic nephew you were. I miss you Tommy.

Uncle Ken
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Colleen A. McNulty left a message on September 23, 2015:
I always considered Tommy as my 4th child. Tommy lived with his Aunt & Uncle for a while. I changed his diapers and babysat him when he was a young tyke. To be woken up after just falling off to sleep to hear he had gone home to the Lord literally shook my core. You will always be in our hearts until we are all reunited again at the big banquet feast in heaven with our Lord and Savior. Be at peace Tommy.
Stacey Kaplan left a message on September 23, 2015:
To my tommy what can I say that I haven't said or wrote in the last two months. My heartaches for you the pain the emptiness the loneliness it's just unbearable. I love you and miss you so much it hurts to breathe My life was forever changed the day you left when you passed you took me with you I will be never be the same. You were the love of my life my heart my soul my rock my best friend my boyfriend my confidant my soul mate my world my everything . What I wouldn't do to see you or hear your voice again. I miss so many things I miss our long walks our long talks I miss hearing and watching you play your guitar and keyboard I miss your love of fish and how great you were with aquarium. I miss your smile your sense of humor I miss our bond our connection. I miss how we could reach each other minds and finish each other sentences. I miss how you loved your family and mine I miss our laughs our fights. Our break ups our make ups I could go on and on. Life will never be the same you were taken way to soon you had so much more to do and to live for. I love you my honey my mama my sweet angel UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN RIP
Ken Neenan left a message on July 24, 2015:
It always brings a smile to my face when I think of the road trips we had, especially the one out to Ohio with your brother. We camped out for 3 days right outside Cedar Point Amusement Park and went on all 20 Roller Coasters they had, plus dozens of other rides there. Then we drove South for a few hours and camped outside Kings Island for 3 more days and nights and hit the 18-20 Roller Coasters that they had there. I will never, ever forget that week spent camping and hitting the best Roller Coasters in the US with you and Christopher when you were teenagers. Cooking and sleeping under the stars at night and screaming out in laughter all day long. You talked me into going on the one ride that really scared the Be-Jesus out of me and that was the 120' high water slide. But as I always told you, I'll try anything once and so I did. I still can't believe that you almost got us thrown out of the campground for lighting off fireworks that you brought legally at a roadside stand.
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Victoria Sicilaino left a message on July 22, 2015:
May you rest in peace Tommy
Mike Nutty McNulty left a message on July 21, 2015:
It came as a sudden tragedy, he was too young to leave this world. I will always remember the great times we had. I loved to hear just how his day went. We even had fun in our mischief as young kids. His personality was an infectious likeness, he could get you upset at him and then you couldn't help to forgive him so easily. I will miss his laugh, he was my favorite audience, he would laugh at anything I did that was silly. We always had a fun competetiveness between us. We always had each others back. I loved looking out for him, trying to help him with anything he needed help with because he would always do the same for me. He can never be replaced. We read each others minds on a certain level, we knew what each other was thinking. He was born into this world as my cousin but grew up to be one of my brothers. Tommy will always be in my heart with the utmost admiration and love. Rest in Peace till we meet again in the everlasting life that Jesus promised us. ❤
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