Thomas Robert Brennen
Date of Passing: July 15th, 2016leave a condolence read condolences
Thomas Robert Brennen, 52, of Rome, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 15, 2016 at the Siegenthaler Center. Born January 7, 1964, in Buffalo, he was the son of the late Robert Joseph and Maureen Shea Brennen. Tom was in the construction business and worked as a superintendent for various contruction firms. He was proud of his Irish heritage. Tom is survived by a sister, Hillary Leon of Brentwood, CA; and aunts and uncles. Services are private. Arrangements are with the Bentz Funeral Service, Inc., New Hartford.
If I were to tell our story it would not give justice to the excitement, joy, love and security that you gave me. You always told me that you would be there to protect me and take care of me. It was all to sudden, nothing I could do, I could not protect you or make it all better. life was not fair to you, but you made the best out of every situation. You lived life to the fullest and there were no regrets. Every memory you shared, good or bad I will still be in amazement. It was four years of special moments, happiness, laughter and occasionally tears. I will never be loved nor love someone as special as you. Every day my thoughts drift to you and wonder why did god take you......Forever in my heart
To the Brennan Family. May you all find peace and comfort with each other during this difficult time. I don't have any stories person, he was the brother of one of my dearest childhood friends. He was funny and sarcastic. He would Crack jokes at the TV. I wouldn't get it..I do now and smile.
I have known you for over 30 years and even though we weren't always in touch, whenever our paths crossed we always had a connection. Our last although way too short was the best. I'll always love and remember you Tommy and will miss you and all that I loved about you dearly. Rest in peace. Until we meet again! <3, O's & X's
Susan Steiger Moretti
I will never forget my dear friend. I treasure every minute we talked on the phone and the times we spent with each other in person. Thank you for being my friend, Tom. I love you and miss you.
Heather Carr Diatz