Thomas J. “Tom” Conigliaro

October 15, 2018

Thomas J. “Tom” Conigliaro
U.S. Veteran

Army

Vietnam War

Thomas J. “Tom” Conigliaro, in Woburn, October 15th, 2018 at 70 years of age.  Long time companion of Lorraine A. Macario of Woburn.  Dear brother of Robert M. Conigliaro of East Lyme, CT.  Tom is also survived by his dear nephew, Bobby and many, many friends.  At the request of Tom, all services will be private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.  Remembrances may be made in honor of Tom to; Love a Child, 12411 Commerce Lakes Drive, Ft. Myers, FL 33913.

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At the request of Tom, all services will be private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.  Remembrances may be made in honor of Tom to; Love a Child, 12411 Commerce Lakes Drive, Ft. Myers, FL 33913.

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  1. Hello Lorraine.
    I smile as I write this thinking of Tom. I also have a heavy heart thinking of you. It was always a pleasure to see Tom, and talk with him. His kindness was a testament to the man he was. We all appreciated the pizza lunches! That was a unique thing Tom did. I will remember him with fondness. He left this place better than it was before him. I wish His peace for you.

  2. Lorraine Macario

    My Dear Thomas …
    Thank you for our 20 wonderful years together… the laughs..the fun trips to Mystic..the quiet times & especially your wonderful sense of humor … you were the best thing that ever happened to me … I love & miss you very much …God is taking care of you now … You will always be in my heart … My Love Forever …~ Lorraine

  3. Stephanie McDonald

    I was grateful to have had the pleasure of knowing Tom…his presence at the Hillview Golf course was always uplifting…he was quick to share encouragement, spiritual guidance and of course his many jokes & stories… this kind & generous man missed by his Hillview friends…my deepest Sympathy to Lorraine. Sincerely,
    Stephanie McDonald

  4. Rayne,
    So sorry for your loss. You were a great caregiver, and he will be missed. May he rest in peace.

  5. I will truly miss Tom Conigliaro. I can honestly say he was one of the most kind and generous individuals I have ever known. I am honored to have called him a best friend and mentor for the last 20 years. He was a real-life war hero in Vietnam who experienced terrifying hand-to-hand combat in some of the most difficult battles of the war. He was also a successful business entrepreneur who became the first person in America to conceive and implement ISO quality standards for hospitals that continue to save countless lives. Despite his many achievements, Tom lived a simple, humble life and strove to model himself after Jesus in everything he did. For him, being a devoted Christian was life’s most important goal.

    Tom was one of those rare people who made an enormous difference in the world on so many levels, especially for those who were deeply blessed to have known him. I will always remember Tom’s wonderful, charismatic, dry sense of humor, as well as his giant, unselfish heart: he consistently helped any individual whom he considered less fortunate and in need of support. His powerful, positive effect on my life has been profound, and I am a much better person because of his extraordinary influence and guidance over the years. Words cannot express how immensely grateful I am to him, and how much I will miss him. Rest deeply in the peace of Christ, Tom.

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