Thomas Francis Moroney

Total raised

Offline: £2,090.00

Target: £1,000.00

In memory of Tom Moroney, who sadly lost his battle with Pancreatic cancer on 23 Sept 2020. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
Tom was born to Roady and Bridget in 1940 in County Clare on the west coast of Ireland.

In the 60s he moved to Harlesden in London with Molly our mum.

They returned to Ireland for a few years in the early 70s to Ballindine, County Mayo. Dad loved his traditional and Irish folk music so bought a pub and turned it into a successful music pub and lounge called 'The Village Inn' which hosted many top Irish bands of the time.

1979 they opted to return to London, settling in Notting Hill. In more recent years the family resettled to Hillingdon, West London.

Tom was well known in the building game in and around London where he ran a small sub-contracting business. Wherever he went he knew someone connected to the trade. Always hospitable everyone who knew him loved sharing a pint or a drop of Jamesons with him while listening to one of his numerous tales and short stories after work or down the local at the weekend where he treated everyone as a friend.

He is survived by his wife Molly, 6 children, 15 grandchildren, 13 great grand-children. He will be sadly missed by all.

*Because of the current situation with covid dad can't have the send off he so deserves as only family members will be allowed to attend the church funeral on 15 October. So please, instead of bringing flowers to the church we are instead asking for donations on here to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer UK and your contribution, however small, could make an impact, whether you donate £1 or £10. Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support.

Latest donations

  • £25.00 Aaron capell

    A genuine and nice man, farewell Tom

  • Catherine Kielthy & Danny Paul

    Dear Mollie & family, our thoughts are with you. Tom was a wonderful man who will be missed by all of us who knew him. With much love, xx

  • Gerard Moroney

    London won't be the same without him. Farewell me ole shipmate and I'll see you someday in Fiddler's Green.


  • £5.00 Anita Kallaverja

    What a great man. May he rest in peace.