Woburn Man, 60, Loses Short Battle With Illness

Thomas P. O’Halloran was an expediter for the United States Postal Service.

Thomas P. O’Halloran, 60. (Photo: Arthur P. Graham Funeral Home)
Thomas P. O’Halloran, 60. (Photo: Arthur P. Graham Funeral Home)
The following is an obituary courtesy of Arthur P. Graham Funeral Home

Thomas P. O’Halloran, 60, a longtime resident of Woburn, passed away after a short illness on Wednesday, December 11.  He was the husband of Patricia A. (Taylor) O’Halloran.

Born in Charlestown, and raised in Woburn, he was the son of Dorothy O’Halloran of Woburn, and the late Francis O’Halloran.  Thomas was a graduate of Woburn High School. He was employed as an Expediter for the U.S. Postal Service at the North Reading General Mail Facility.

In years past, Tom and his family had spent many summers in Maine.  In later years they enjoyed travelling on cruises. Tom was also a fan of Western movies and television shows.

In addition to his wife and his mother, Thomas is survived by two sons, Thomas O’Halloran, Jr. and his wife Nina of Lawrence, and Mason O’Halloran of E. Providence, RI and his companion Shannon Goyette; one daughter, Catherine O’Halloran of Woburn, and her companion Vinny Savoia; and he was preceded in death by one son, late Sean Patrick O’Halloran. He is also survived by one brother, Michael O’Halloran of Woburn; two sisters, Diane Miller of Woburn, and Karen O’Halloran of Woburn; and he was predeceased by one sister, the late Marie Melanson.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the VNA of Middlesex-East & Visiting Nurse Hospice, 607 North Ave., Suite 17, Wakefield, MA 01880. Arrangements by the Graham Funeral Home, Woburn. 


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