Saturday, July 12, 2014

Thomas M. Cronin

Thomas M. Cronin, 51, of Orlando, Florida died at the Orlando Regional Hospital unexpectedly on June 30, 2014. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts and was the son of Thomas P. Cronin and Marjorie (Hatch) Connolly.  Tom lived in Providence, Rhode Island for twenty years and Orlando, Florida for nine years. He was the companion of Susan J. Harrison for fourteen years.   He held a Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University was an air force pilot for many years and was Assistant Director of Training for Henkel’s and McCoy. He also worked for Mears Transportation Services in Orlando, Fl. Tom was also a Mason for many years.

He will be buried in Marshfield Hills Cemetery in Marshfield, MA with a graveside ceremony on Wednesday July 16th at 1pm.


Mattie Jones said...

I am sorry for your loss please accept my deepest sympathy. I hope you will find your strength and comfort in Jesus promises of the earthly resurrection(Acts 24:15) and the renewed Paradise earth, where death will be no more and no family will have to mourn the death of a loved one.-Revelation 21:3,4; Luke 23:43. May GOD(Psalms 83:18) grant you peace and comfort now during this grievous time.-Matthew 5:4.

Anonymous said...

I wanted to offer my heartfelt condolences to the family and share a Bible text that helped me when I lost someone dear to me.Revelations 21:3,4 "With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: 'Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his peoples. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.'" Soon death will come to an end and we will no longer have to feel the sting of sickness and death.You will be in my prayers.If you would like to know more please visit JW.Org

Mrs Hampton

Unknown said...

Coping with the death of a loved one is definitely one of the hardest things we will ever have to encounter. It takes strength, faith and a great deal of support to overcome such a daunting ordeal. Shortly after I married the love of my life, we lost his beloved father to a disease that we didn't even know he had. Helping my husband through the loss of his father was a very difficult thing to do, I had no idea how to be there for him. But with the love and support of the community, our family and our friends, we were able to find a funeral home and cemetery that his dad would have wanted.