written on 2012-11-09 00:27:05
Post number: 8
From: Captain Richard H. Russell
We never met but I knew Tom through the Bank and also through the VFW where he recruited me about 6 years ago or so. He was truely a fine man and I will always value the talks we had and marching proudly with him in the Memorial Day Parades. I work for Stolt-Nielsen and he mentioned that you had done some art work for them. We now have the Print of Brookfield hanging in our livingroom!
Rich and Judy Russell
written on 2006-07-21 14:33:41
Post number: 7
From: Kim E. Harders
This may not be the right place for this, but I don''t think Tom would mind. In fact, I believe he'd think it was a good idea!He was always a "Family" kind of guy. Visited my Mom from time to time, etc.
They say it's weddings and funerals that bring families together.
I would love to hear from anyone in the family!
My e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
With loving intentions.
Maj USMC (Ret.)
written on 2006-07-14 15:37:53
Post number: 6
From: Richard Skinner
Though we are separated by many miles, know that you are in my heartfelt thoughts and prayers.
"Waves wash the sand clean of traces of passing feet
and extinguish life's fire burning all too briefly.
But nothing can wash your memory from ours
and there you will always live,
in the minds and hearts
of those who knew and loved you best."
Richard B. Skinner Jan. 17, 2004
written on 2006-07-13 21:07:53
Post number: 5
From: Jeffrey Skinner
Williamsville, New York
Tom was a true gentleman and a good cousin to have. I especially remember how he was always there whenever something good or bad would happen in our family. I fondly remember the cheerful Sundays spent at Aunt Virginia and Uncle Tom's where as a boy I got to play in the pantry and had the special treat of getting to pull the chain on the old toilet tank! Tom's family were often there to brighten the occasion. God bless you all.
Jeff and family.
written on 2006-07-13 06:38:10
Post number: 4
From: Kim E. Harders
We never got to know each other as well as we should have. I regret that, and the relationship I will also miss with other cousins and kin.
Tom; Congratulations on your successful passing from time to eternity.
written on 2006-07-12 16:39:20
Post number: 3
From: Elizabeth (Kane) Carter
Mr. Gallagan was one of the nicest people. I remember him from when his family lived on Meadow Drive and we lived on Coach Drive many years ago. All the Gallagan kids babysat for us at one point or another. He used to get Brian to play the organ for us kids...sorry about that Brian! (Smile)
Gallagan family, know that you're in my heart as you all go through this difficult time. Mr. Gallagan will be remembered fondly by so many people. That's a gift he gave to all of us.
written on 2006-07-12 11:54:09
Post number: 2
From: Joni Park
Tom was a town treasure and will be missed by one and all. Always the gentle person....my sincere sympathy goes to his entire fiamily.
written on 2006-07-11 22:37:52
Post number: 1