Tom Kilcommons Obituary, In Loving Memory Of Tom Kilcommons – Death
Tom Kilcommons Obituary, Death – Our hearts are heavy because of the passing of our dear friend Tom “Tosh” Kilcommons, who was known as “Tosh.” He was commonly referred to as “Tosh.” Tosh was a devoted supporter of the GAA, and he now retains the distinction for having the longest managerial tenure at Holloway. In the year 1998, we were successful in our bid to take first place in the London Junior Championship thanks to his aid.
We were able to carry back to the United States of America one and only one piece of cutlery, and that was this one. In addition to this, he was a big contribution to our team’s success in the 2011 British Junior title, during which we were able to win the highly desired provincial title. During this competition, our team was able to compete against other junior teams from around the United Kingdom.
In addition to this, he had a strong affiliation with the North London Shamrocks, and he has made a substantial contribution to the expansion of gaelic football in the North London area. Through the course of its existence, he has been responsible for a number of significant contributions that have been of assistance in its expansion.
Tosh was also the most amusing man, both on and off the field, and this was mostly due to the fact that he had a ‘ah, shure lookit’ attitude about life. This was especially the case while Tosh was out there playing the game. Because of the presence of your company, the time that we have spent together has been lifted to a greater degree of pleasure than it would have been otherwise. Tosh, I want you to know how much I appreciate all you’ve done for me.