Thomas F Moynihan
Date of Death: April 22, 2011
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Moynihan, Thomas F. June 4, 1932- April 22, 2011. He was born to Thomas Moynihan & Elsie Wester in Waterbury, Connecticut and attended Nugatuk High School in Nugatuk, CT. He was a tax & audit manager and he owned, operated, and managed his own sales corperation for 30 years. He enjoyed (aviation) flying his planes,…

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Ann Moynihan left a message on May 11, 2018:
Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, may they rejoice in Your kingdom; where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together again in one family, to sing Your praise forever and ever.AmenI loved you yesterdayI love you still.I always have.I always will. Love always,Annie
Andrea Wallace left a message on May 11, 2018:
Tom was a very special and good man. I'm glad to have known him. He will be greatly missed.
Chuck & Jean Lombardo left a message on May 11, 2018:
Although we didn’t know Tom for very long, we very much enjoyed visiting with him and seeing his relationship with our sister. We regret that his illness prevented us from interacting with him as much as we would have liked. Our condolences go out to Ann, and his children. We believe that whoever lives and believes in the Lord, will never die. We have not lost him permanently, but just for a while. Though very difficult, the present is only a parting, with a reunion promised. “I am the Resurrection and the Life. The one who believes in Me though dead, yet shall live. And whoever lives and believes in me shall never die."
Marsha Schroeder left a message on May 11, 2018:
Ann, I am thankful and blessed to have known Tom. I loved to hear his stories and am so happy that he got to meet Gracie. They can now play together without any illness in their way. His memory lives on in TJ and Alex! My thoughts, prayers and love are with you always!
Elizabeth Anne Moynihan Milby left a message on May 11, 2018:
I have so many fond memories of my father. He knew the top 40 hits when no other parent did, he took us flying (I always got the hic-ups when I flew with him- LOL), took us boating (we even sunk once - that was an adventure - LOL), he took us crabbing, clamming, fishing, sailing, traveling to many places on the eastern seaboard. There was one thing he told me about where we lived for 5 years, it was that; Us kids won't appreciate where we were living until we were older, he was right, we had the Great South Bay for a back yard & a canal with a dock for our side yard. My Dad taught me a lot about life & having confidence, he didn't really get to appreciate how much he did in the end, but never the less, I'm a better person because of my father. I took after my Dad as an entrepreneur (to this day I work for my self). He never did get to meet his 4 great grand children (my grand babies), but they would have loved him, & one day when they are old enough, I will pass on many of the fond memories to them as well. I have a wonderful life today & I attribute something my father said many times; "Be careful of what you want, because you might just get it" - He was right! I love you Dada & miss you much! Peace be with you in Heaven!Love your oldest daughter, Liz XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO
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TJ Moynihan left a message on May 11, 2018:
I miss you so much. I love you so much. I think about you everyday and hope you know my feelings.I understand how, but wish differently. I am thankful for the time we had, and look forward to having that time again one day. Until then I hope your lessons keep me strong and I pray you see that I am a good man because of your guidance. I miss you and love you, always. TJ
Jacqueline left a message on May 11, 2018:
My father, Dada, will be loved and remembered by me always. He was a proud father and had strong family values. He taught us the importance of family and taught us true respect. I learned alot from Dada throughout my chilhood and I am now passing it on to children in my adult life. He enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest. He knew no boundaries and he followed his own path.I truly hope my father is at peace in heaven and look forward to the day that we are reunited. All of my love, Jacqueline XOXO
Patrick F. Moynihan left a message on May 11, 2018:
I love you very much Dada. I can not imagine how difficult raising 11 kids could have been. Trying to put food on the table and pay the bills, but you worked hard and were able to do that.You instilled in us love and loyalty. As a result, your children are able to love others unconditionally fully and completely. We love fiercely and with all our heart and soul. We protected each other growing up and were able to rely on each other from the bonds of childhood that you instilled in us. We all know that we should never make a family member bleed, cause we are family and their loss of blood is the Moynihans loss of blood. You taught us honesty, even though we are not always honest, we are far more honest then most. We are good children and a lot of that has to do with the values we grew up with. I thank you for that Dada.I am so grateful for being in the crew, even though it was very hard, it helped to make me the man I am today. I thank you for that growing experience.I am so happy I got to know you the last 10 years or so of your life. You were a happier and more peaceful man. Those will be the endearing memories that I hold on to. God willing, when I see you in heaven, we will have more time to talk. Until that day, rest in peace with your Mom and Dad. Know that you made this world a better place by you being in it. I love you Dada and will see you in heaven. Xoxoxo
Darlene Moynihan left a message on May 11, 2018:
You are my only true father and I will miss you, but I will see you again when my time comes. God bless those who love you and have loved you. You are truly missed.
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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