OBITUARY

Thomas Brian Callaghan

June 9, 1956March 26, 2019

Thomas Callaghan, of Lake Grove, passed on Tuesday, March 26th, at the age of 62 years.

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Thomas Brian Callaghan

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patricia callaghan

April 5, 2019

patricia callaghan

April 4, 2019

Dear Tommy, I came into your brothers life when I was about 13 years old and I knew there would be competition for him. Although I was his "girlfriend" he always wanted to have you along with him. Needless to say that frustrated me to no end. I didn't want to share my boyfriend-even with his brother. I did not understand the loving relationship you and your brother shared. We spent many hot summer days playing paddle-ball, handball and eating pizza! I ultimately came to stop resenting you and began to love you like a brother. I remember when John and I would get into fights (quite often) you would try to be the "peace keeper"! I am so sorry that we did not remain close in our later years.
My memories of our teenage years will remain with me forever. You were such a big part of our world! I know in my heart you and your brother are reunited once again and that gives me peace.
One last thing..get plenty of rest because when I get up there, I plan on taking BOTH you and your brother on for the championship paddle -ball game! With a little luck I may win! Until then say hello to John and get practicing! RIP Your sister in law Pat

Rick Seaman

March 29, 2019

Dear Brother Tom. I miss you and our talks, especially about our Yankees. The games we went to share a special place in my heart. With Cathy at your side you made a great team. Your pain is over but ours remains now and forever. Until we meet again. Rick

Kristina Price

March 28, 2019

Tom (Mr Callaghan, as I always insisted on calling him no matter how many times he told me "call me Tom" which lead to him changing my name to "T" just because of my refusal. I was one of Tom's pharmacy technician at CVS for the last 10 years. At our pharmacy we always say that the reason we all are still there instead of getting a much less stress full job is because we are a family. To us, Tom has always been part of that family we shared his stories and he knew all of ours. When we didn't see him in a while we would ask each other if they saw him. Every time he came on my line, he would tell the customers "watch out for that one" or some other comment just to get a smile. He always asked about my family and asked me how I was doing (he knew my drama well!) I'm saddened that the world lost a truly special man that knew how special every day is. "Just another day in paradise" he would say when asked how he was feeling and if he did confine to you , his first focus was always his wife Cathy and how his health also was her struggle. Tom (yes I said it, Tom) this is T. I will truly miss you and think about you often. I will always look up at you for inspiration. Cathy ,you too have a CVS family when ever you need it .
Our My sincerest Condolences,
Kristina

Dan Callaghan

March 28, 2019

He was a special Brother, who had endured much in his life, shared himself, despite his health issues. I'll miss him greatly and our weekly phone calls. I Love and miss you much, look over us and may Your light shine upon us. Give Mom, Dad, Terry, John and Reesie a hug from us.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY