In Memory Of
Thomas Michael O’Shea, 79, of Garden City, Carle Place, Hallandale Beach, FL and Jamesport, NY, passed away peacefully Sunday, May 16, 2021 at Cold Spring Hills Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation.
Tom is survived by his wife, Bonnie McGuirk-O’Shea, first wife Alexandra Sununu and their four children: Nicole O’Shea-Holohan, husband Eric Holohan, and their daughter Andi of Huntington, NY; John O’Shea, wife Elisabeth and their four children, Jack, Dillon, MacKenzie and Keely of Darien, CT; James O’Shea, wife Deni O’Shea, and their daughters Elizabeth and La’i of Haleiwa, HI; Thomas O’Shea, wife Barbara and their three children Grace, Sergio and Fiammetta, of London, England; Step-son Douglas McGuirk, wife Heidi and their daughter Ellovie of Lake Worth, FL, and step-son Sean McGuirk, wife Melinda and their sons, Patrick and Brendan of Charlotte NC. Tom is also survived by his brother, Gilbert Collins and his daughters Christina and Victoria. Tom was preceded by his brothers Phil and Don. Phil had a daughter Ashley and Don had four children: Michael, Tracy, Mark and Meghan. He has a cousin Richard O’Shea, married to Stella, who have five children, Dan, Kara, Molly, Timothy, and Michael. We and all our families will all miss Tom.
Tom graduated from Chaminade High School (1959), College of the Holy Cross (1963), and Columbia University for his MBA (1965). Tom spent over 30 years at Citigroup in a variety of finance roles. He was a frequent cub-scout troop leader, and soccer and baseball coach. Golf was a passion and he relished his days at Island’s End in Greenport. He was an avid photographer and reader. While he loved to travel the world, he especially enjoyed time with his family and 13 grandchildren.
Memorial Services will be held at Fairchild Sons Funeral Home, Garden City, NY, Sunday, 3- 7 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial Monday, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Church, Garden City, NY. Interment to follow at the Cemetery of the Holy Rood, Westbury, NY. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to the Salvation Army in memory of Tom.