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Schimunek Funeral Home

9705 Belair Rd, Nottingham, MD

OBITUARY

Thomas Walter McNulty

July 25, 1968February 10, 2020
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On February 10, 2020, Tom W. McNulty passed away suddenly. He was the beloved husband of Julie McNulty (nee Norwood); devoted father of Charleen F. McNulty and Gabe T. McNulty; loving grandfather of Macenzi D. McNulty and Mitchell L.C. McNulty; devoted son of Frances Huebschman and Walter “Butch” McNulty; step-son of George Huebschman; dear brother of Timothy McNulty. Also survived by his sister-in-law Karen McNulty, as well as many loving extended family members and friends. Family and friends are invited to gather at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc. 9705 Belair RD, Nottingham, MD 21236, on Thursday, February 13, 2020, from 3-5pm and 7-9pm. A Celebration of Life service will be held on Friday, at 11am, at the funeral home. Interment services will be private. Those desiring may make a memorial donation in Tom’s name to Donate Life Maryland, 1730 Twin Springs RD, Arbutus, MD 21227.

  • FAMILY

  • Julie McNulty (nee Norwood), Wife
  • Charleen F. McNulty, Daughter
  • Gabe T. McNulty, Son
  • Macenzi D. McNulty, Grandchild
  • Mitchell L.C. McNulty, Grandchild
  • Frances Huebschman, Mother
  • Walter "Butch" McNulty, Father
  • George Huebschman, Step-Father
  • Timothy McNulty, Brother
  • Karen McNulty, Sister-in-law
  • Also survived by many loving extended family members and friends.
  • DONATIONS

  • Donate Life Maryland

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 13, 2020
  • Visitation Thursday, February 13, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 14, 2020

Memories

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Chris Doame

February 19, 2020

Tom,

I always liked talking with you about football. You were always making sarcastic jokes at holidays and cookouts, I'm really gonna miss that. You were a good man and a hard worker. It sucks that you were taken so soon. But we will take care of Julie and Gabe.

Love Chris

John Norwood

February 19, 2020

Hey Tom, I wish this was a dream that we all could wake up from. Everyday I think about you, all I wanna do now is just watch your tribute video over and over again and it breaks my heart because you look so happy in those photos and I just wish that I could go back and time so I can talk to you and spend more time with you before all this happened. I hope that one day I’ll make you proud with my cooking and how much I’ve improved with cooking. Words can’t describe how I feel right now. I’m so sorry this has happened, you left too soon. I love you man and I’m gonna miss you forever❤️

Noreen Norwood

February 18, 2020

Tom, Jay and I would have never imagine that we would be saying good bye to one of our son-in-laws. You were one of a kind person. You were a hard worker, dedicated husband and father. You will be missed. You were tsken way before your time. Our family will look after Julie and Gabe.

Nicole Doame

February 18, 2020

Sensei,

I tried to put myself in Julie's shoes and wrote this poem.

The days are short
And the nights long
I don't feel a thing
Since you've been gone

My heart is shattered
Pieces on the floor
I'm still expecting you
To walk through the door

This doesn't seem real
How can this be the end?
It doesn't make sense
How is my heart supposed to mend?

You were my life
You were my soul
How do I live everyday
With this gaping hole

You will live forever
Here in my heart
I will talk about you often
We will never truly be apart

Love Nikki

Melissa Suprik

February 18, 2020

Tom was a great man. My favorite memory of Tom involved his precious tomoto plants. He loved those plants more then anything in the world. We had a big storm with strong winds and Julie's favorite tree in her front yard got damaged. Julie was so upset and trying to manage this large tree by herself because Tom was checking on his tomoto plants lol. He was a great man with an amazing work ethic, great love for his family and a never quit attitude.
You will be missed my friend!
Love the Suprik family

Brandi Forsmark

February 18, 2020

Gabe and Julie,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine how hard this is for the the both of you. I hope that your cherished memories can bring you both comfort. It sounds like your Dad (and husband) was a one of kind guy. It doesn’t surprise me though, because that is just what you are Gabe. Your dad will live on through you and help guide you through the tough times. You are a sweet, kind and respectful young man and I know you have already made your dad so proud. Just keep swimming even on those tough days. Your Superman wouldn’t want you to give up. You’ve got this❤️

Shelly Shively

February 18, 2020

Tom,
You were definitely one of a kind. The best friend and husband to Julie and the greatest father to Gabe. I will always remember your humor (ie. smart text messages you would send me randomly), your knowledge and your wit. You sure did know how to cook up some soul food too. The food at Julie’s baby shower I will never forget as it was that of a feast for a king. You took wonderful care of Julie and Gabe even in your worst of days. You were a hard worker and a lover. I wish you were still here with us but you are at peace now. Just know we will all do our part to try to give the same care, knowledge and love that you did for them both. Rest In Peace my friend.

Emma Doame

February 14, 2020

I will always remember when I went to there house and he was doing dialysis and watching tv one of them is once upon a time. He was the bad ass uncle every one wanted. It’s hard to say goodbye to a hard working man that fought for everything. He was the best thing that happened to my aunt Julie. He was kinda hearted but he did always get a point across. I will never forget him and always miss him.❤️

Fran (MOM) Huebschman

February 14, 2020

Tommy,
I will always miss you, and love you.
You were and always will be the best son ever!
You said you was going to be okay but I think you knew that you were losing the battle to stay alive!
When you were diagnosed @; 5 yrs old with diabetes you took everything in stride! You were admitted to John Hopkins hospital shooting up the oranges with water! You were always my superman, my Tommy Tiger! I would say Mommy help you and you always said I do it Mommy I do it!
I LOVE YOU and MISS YOU FOREVER And ALWAYS! YOUR MOM

Chuck Huntley

February 14, 2020

I remember sitting around at holidays, trying to figure out how to get people riled up. I remember having blunt conversations. You came into our family and made an immediate impact. You will be missed and I promise I will always be there for gabe and julie just as I promised. Things will never be the same but you taught us that thats ok.

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