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Thomas MulhollandThomas Mulholland of Bronx, NY and formerly of Co. Down Ireland passed away on November 12th, 2020. He was 71 years old. Born in Bainbridge Co. Down to William and Mary Mulholland, Thomas was one of 9 children. He was raised in Bainbridge Co. Down and attended St. Mary's school in Rathfriland Co. Down in Ireland. After graduating from secondary school Thomas worked as a carpenter. In his spare time he enjoyed music and was a musician in a Rock and Roll Band.
In 1973 Thomas would move to New York. He lived in four of the five boroughs before finally settling in the Bronx. He loved to travel and it was while on a trip to Dominican Republic he would meet his wife of 20 years Mercedes Mulholland. The couple raised three children, Sindy and Erik Siejack and Xiomara Erin Mulholland, while Thomas worked as a carpenter. Thomas had various hobbies and interests. He loved watching Irish football, eating Irish cuisine especially corned beef and cabbage. He also loved animals and will be missed by his dog and best friend Tippy. But most of all Thomas will be remembered as a family man. He loved his family. He was a mentor and father to many and a friend to everyone he knew. He leaves behind a loving family, many friends and wonderful memories.
Thomas is survived by his wife Mercedes, three children, Sindy and Erik Siejack and Xiomara Erin Mulholland, as well as his three grandchildren, Jaysiah, Armani and Delilah.
A celebration of Thomas's life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home located at 64 Lincoln Avenue in Pelham New York on Monday, November 16th from 4-8PM. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at St. Barnabas Church located at 409 E. 241st St Bronx, NY 10470 on Tuesday November 17th at 10:45AM. Interment will follow at Oakland Cemetery, Yonkers, NY. For more information or to leave a condolence please visit www.Pelhamfuneral.com
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