Thomas Conaghan Death, Obituary – The club is in a state of great mourning following the terrible revelation that a lifelong City supporter called Thomas Conaghan had passed away earlier this week. The statement was made public in the early part of the week.
Since the year 1948, when Tommy went to the Brandywell for the very first time, he has not missed a single one of the games that have been played there, and he has been a season ticket holder there for a large chunk of the time that has passed there since then.
Since the year 1948, Tommy has not missed a single one of the matches that have been held there. During this difficult time, we want his family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and that we are extending our deepest condolences to them. We would like them to know that they are in our thoughts and that we are extending our condolences.
Beloved son of the late James and Margaret, who have both passed away, R.I.P., devoted brother of Bridie (Oakes) and Jim, cherished great-uncle of Philip, Andrew, and Zandra, and cherished great-great-uncle of all of his nieces, nephews, and great-great-nieces and nephews, as well as his great-great-great-niece and nephew.
James and Margaret both passed away, R. The treasured child of James and Margaret, who was taken away from them far earlier than it should have been, may he rest in peace. As a result of the horrific events that transpired, it has been decided that only members of Tony’s immediate family will be allowed to attend his wake and the funeral rites that follow. Holy Heart of Jesus, have mercy and compassion on his everlasting soul, and give him the power to assist others in their time of need. My sincere wishes and prayers are that he is at last at peace and contentment in the heavenly realm.