Thomas Christopher Breen

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12/03/1957 – 05/04/2020

Blackley, Manchester, England

 

 

Tommy was a much-loved husband to Marion for 41 years. And a beloved dad to Nichola, Michael and Peter. He had three grandchildren, Neve, Jon Paul and Ashton and a Great Grandson Cole.

Tommy was born a twin, in Dublin, Ireland on the 12th March 1957 but he lived in Birmingham and then Manchester for most of his life.

In his early years, he worked at Ward and Goldstones as an overseer. Then he was a taxi driver for Dolphin Cabs and also worked for the Manchester Evening News as a marshall and van driver.

He loved cooking, going on holidays, and spending quality time with his family. Tommy also helped to run a disabled club on a voluntary basis with his twin brother, which he enjoyed immensely.

Tommy dedicated his life to his family and his family was his world.

 

 

 

Tommy was a devoted family man who loved his family so very much. His family were his entire life, his absolute world and he was theirs. He was Marion’s rock, best friend, soul mate, her absolute world and to the children and grandchildren, he was the greatest Dad/Grandad you could ever ask for. Their hero and best friend too.

He was one of life’s gentleman. A strong selfless, compassionate family man with a huge heart who would do anything for anyone. He was the most loving and caring person anyone could meet. He brought laughter, happiness and joy into our lives and put a smile on the faces of everyone who met him.

Tommy is deeply missed by his wife, children, grandchildren, his whole family and many dear friends. He was a massive part of everyone’s lives and he has left a hole in our hearts that can never be filled.

 

 

Our hearts were broken not being able to say goodbye to you. We love and miss you so much and would give anything to have you back here with us.

 

You will always be remembered and have a special place in our hearts until we meet again.

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