Acknowledgement Thomas (Tommy) McManus, Clanabogan, Omagh, Co Tyrone. Died 28th March 2024.


Tommy McManus, Clanabogan, Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Died 28th March 2024.

Tommy’s wife Anthea, children Shannon (Cavan), Stephen (Caitlain) and Shauna (Adam) and his extended family wish to express their sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all those who sympathised, prayed for and supported them, through their recent sad bereavement. Tommy was a widely respected gentleman and dearly loved Husband, Father, Father in law, Grandfather, Brother, Brother in law, Uncle, Cousin, Son in law and Friend.

Sincere thanks to our dear relatives, friends and neighbours and work colleagues who helped us in so many ways and supported our family through the wake and funeral, we are blessed to have the love and support of you all and your kindness did not go unnoticed.

Thank you to those who sent food and helped with refreshments during the wake, those who sent Mass or Sympathy cards, messages, flowers, lined the funeral route, those who travelled a long distance to join us and to all who attended the Funeral Mass.

A special word of thanks to our neighbours and friends Paul & Kerri for opening up their home to us during the wake and providing food and comfort to all the family. Your generosity and kindness are greatly appreciated.

Thank you to everyone who called to the wake house. Sincere thanks to all who helped serve tea and food. Thank you to Woodvale Construction for providing the shuttle buses and to Drumragh Sarfields G.A.C. for the use of their Car Park.

A special word of thanks to Fr. Denis Dolan, Fr. MacEntee, Fr. Hassan and Fr. Michael for their spiritual support and the very comforting Funeral Mass. We convey our appreciation also to the Sacristan and everyone who took part in the Liturgy, especially our readers, and our singer Orla Hamill and Luke Kennedy who provided the beautiful and uplifting music.

Thank you to McAtee Funeral Directors for the dignified and professional manner, in which the funeral arrangements were carried out and to Eamon Colton for preparing Tommy’s final resting place.

We would also like to thank all the staff in McDermotts Pharmacy Dromore for all the help and care they gave to Dad over the years.

Also to Sheenagh of Bumblebee Garden for the beautiful floral tributes, and to the St Patrick’s Hall ladies for the most welcome refreshments after the burial.

And finally, we send our sincere thanks and deep appreciation to all the medical professionals Tommy came into contact with, especially Paul, Ian, Connor, Stuart & Paddy we are so very grateful for all your care, help and assistance.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a gesture of our family’s deepest gratitude.

Tommy is loved and missed every day. May his gentle, generous soul be granted peace and eternal rest. His Month’s Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Davog’s Church, Dromore on Saturday 27th April at 7.00pm. Our Lady pray for him.

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  1. Tommy
    You were one in a million, the bond we shared, the memories we made, Will stay forever, and never fade, Forever in our hearts.