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 Thomas P. Gannon
Born: 04/05/1955
Died: 06/10/2016
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Thomas P. Gannon



Thomas P. Gannon, 61, passed away Friday, June 10, 2016, at home in the company of his brothers and sisters. A life-long resident of Jersey City, Tom was the Night Manager and Audio Technician in the Media Arts Department at New Jersey City University for 30 years. He was an avid fan of the New York Jets and Montreal Canadiens. His avocations included film, music, politics, and sports. Beloved son of the late Marion (Murphy) and Joseph E. Gannon, Sr. Dear brother of Joseph E. Gannon, Jr., Robert F. Gannon, Jane M. Gannon, Ellyn Gannon, and the late Regina Lentz. Uncle of James V. Maher, Jr.,  Danielle Maher, Toni Gannon-Wickstrom, Erin Gannon-Maniar, Kaitlin M. Gannon, Nicole Leibowitz, Regina Lentz-Cabrera and Thomas Lentz. Visitation will be Monday, June 13, 2016, at Sweeney Funeral Home Bayonne from 4:00-9:00pm. Burial will be private.In lieu of flowers Donation may be made to Media Arts Department at New Jersey City University, Jersey City,NJ.

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I often think back to when Tom was in OLV and came home with his new notebook. All told to write their names on it and he couldn't fit his name on one line. He wrote Tomga on the first line and nnon on the second. For years after he was known by the family as Tomga. I love you Tomga and miss you terribly. Rest in peace
Jane Gannon
One of the times he enjoyed and was totally in his element was when we were at the Rennaisance Festival and he, speaking the language of the the time, was ecstatic. Rest In Peace, my friend. Enjoy your travels. Victoria
Victoria DellaRosa
Not only was Tom the Night Manager at NJCU Media Arts, he was the heart and soul of that department. He was loved by everyone for his inspiration, his influences, and his voice of reason for decades. Thousands of students came and went, and there was always Tom; helping the newbies figure out gear, cracking jokes with colleagues, and inspiring everyone! So many people can thank their careers because of Tom, and the helping hand he gave to everyone. He lives on with us all thru his stories, his jokes, and his inspiration. Go Habs!
Fred McGrady
My deepest sympathy to Tom's family for this big loss. You will be dearly missed at NJCU and your dedication. I will miss seeing you in the 1st floor Karnoutsos passing by to go back to your department. R.I.P Tom
Charlene Otero
My sincere condolences to the Gannon family. Tom was a sweet, mild mannered man. Enjoyed having conversations with him on campus. He will be deeply missed. R.I.P. Tom
Rosemary Rivera
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