Thomas P. Brenno 07/29/2012

Thomas Brenno Thomas P. Brenno, 55, of Ogdensburg, died, July 29, 2012, at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. A graveside service will be, at Notre Dame Cemetery, Ogdensburg, Father James Shurtleff officiating on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 10:00 am. Tom is survived by brothers, Donald Brenno, Ogdensburg, Joseph (Joe) and Robin Brenno, Ogdensburg, twin brother Timothy and Anne Brenno, Tennessee, sisters, Elizabeth (Betty) and Patrick Gillman, Ogdensburg, Gloria Lavery, Brockville, Ontario, Sueann (Sue) and Christopher Duffy, Pennsylvania, Julie Trotter, Ogdensburg, Lauralee and Shawn Mackey of Ogdensburg, several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, William (Bill) Brenno, Basil Brenno, and a sister, Dawn Palangi. Thomas was born on November 29, 1956 in Ogdensburg, the son of Frank and Elizabeth Kiah Brenno. He was a car mechanic at Don’s Garage in Ogdensburg. He loved being with family and friends and going fishing. Beloved by his family and friends, he will be dearly missed.
Contributions can be made to the Ogdensburg Volunteer Rescue Squad.

7 Responses to Thomas P. Brenno 07/29/2012

  • Tracy&Gary Enslow says:

    Gary and I are very sorry for your loss. Please know that you are on our minds and in our hearts at this time of great sorrow.

  • Cynthia Brenno says:

    Your laugh will forever stay in my memories and I know you are surrounded with loved ones.
    with love cynthia

  • Liz Carroll says:

    God’s speed Tommy, may you find well deserved peace, you and your family will remain in my prayers.
    Liz Carroll

  • so sorry for your loss i remember tommy way back when i lived on lake st. he was always smiling may he rip and say hello to my lonnie for me

  • Larry Scott says:

    Tommy

    Sorry to hear you have passed and I can say for the whole Scott Family that you will be missed. We had a lot of good times and memories both in Texas and in New York. RIP our good friend.

    Larry Scott

  • Tamra Gillman says:

    You are going to be greatly missed and I will forever be grateful for you taking care of me back in Texas,you made me grow up and be strong in a state so far from home.I love you uncle Tom, now I have another angel watching over me.God bless you,spread your wings,your finally home.

    Tamra and childern

  • Chris Steinburg says:

    sorry for your loss. I remember Tom as a kid..we all grew up together…I am sure he and my brother, Jim, are at peace together. R.I.P. Tom

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