Thomas McCormack


4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Whitting Funeral Home
300 Glen Cove Ave.
Glen Head, New York, United States


11:30 am
Thursday, October 7, 2021
St. Mary's
110 Bryant Ave.
Roslyn, New York, United States


12:45 pm
Thursday, October 7, 2021
Locust Valley Cemetery
117 Ryefield Rd.
Locust Valley, New York, United States

Obituary of Thomas Joseph McCormack

Thomas Joseph McCormack (Tommy Mac) passed away peacefully from complications of a bone marrow disorder brought on by aggressive treatment for his Lymphoma. Tommy is survived by his loving wife, Debbie; his five children, Ryan (Rachel), Megan, Kristin, Kevin and Michael; his siblings Sean McCormack (Liz) and Rosemary Marcaccio (Michael); and his granddaughter Quinn McCormack. He is predeceased by his sister Kathleen McCormack (Robert Cruz). Tommy was born in Flushing, NY on July 27th, 1955 to the late Thomas and Dolores McCormack. Tommy left forever imprints on the hearts of his large family, many friends from Chaminade High School and later St. John’s University - where he received both Undergraduate and Law Degrees, AIG - where he was a successful Attorney, countless families in the North Shore Community and everyone else he met along the way. His love was contagious, and he always prioritized the needs and wants of his family and friends above his own. Tommy’s many acts of kindness left the world a much better place. Known for his kind heart and selflessness, Tommy was a man of faith - an active member of St. Mary’s Parish in Roslyn for over 30 years, a committed coach, a courageous fighter, and a fierce protector of those he loved. In lieu of flowers, the McCormack family requests that donations be sent to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center directed to Pediatric Cancer Research at the following link Honor a Loved One (can also find the link on the navigation menu to the left-side of the web page). The McCormack Family also requests that those attending the viewing and/or funeral please wear a mask to protect all loved ones.
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