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Thomas M. Galvin (1938-2006) Chicago, IL
Posted by: Reinhart Char (ID *****2588) Date: November 03, 2006 at 21:32:21
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Thomas M. Galvin, age 68, 15 year resident of Tinley Park, beloved husband of Renee, nee Mayer; dear brother of Charles (Donna), William (Maria) and the late Rose Madonia; loving son of the late Rose, nee Schmidt; fond brother-in-law of Matthew (Anne) Mayer and Marvin (late Phyliss) Mayer; loving uncle of many nieces and nephews. Resting at The Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 16600 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park, where Services will be held Saturday 12 noon. Interment private. Visitation Saturday morning, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tom was an early resident of Orland Park. Our city boy moved to farm country in 1971. He saw many changes and tremendous growth in the area during the ensuing years. In the days of the CB Radio, Tom's voice was well known over the airwaves as "White Cloud". In 2000, Tom retired as Director of Building Services of Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park. During his tenure, the hospital added The Professional Office Building, The Fitness Center and The Day Care Facility. Tom had a wonderful heart. His home was always open to all family, neighbors and friends. His kindness and generosity will long be remembered and cherished. His love of fun made each day a joy to share with him. We shall miss him so. 708-614-9900 or

Published in the Chicago Tribune on 11/3/2006.

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