Thomas Minniehan

Thomas Minniehan

Monday, October 6th, 1952 Thursday, April 9th, 2020

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Obituary for Thomas William Minniehan

Thomas William Minniehan, age 67, of Southside, passed away on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at Tennova Healthcare.

A Private Celebration of Life will be held Monday, April 13, 2020 at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home with Reverend James Black officiating. Burial will follow at Miller’s Chapel Cemetery.For those that wish to view the service we encourage you to visit our Facebook page “McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home” and click on the videos tab. We will begin live streaming at 1pm.

Thomas entered into this life on October 6, 1952 in Montgomery County, Tn to the late Thomas Clifton and Dorothy Mann Minniehan. Thomas was a 1970 graduate from Clarksville High School, and a member of Miller’s Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. He also served as a deacon for the church. Among his many notable life achievements, he was a veteran of The United States Army National Guard and retired from the Clarksville Fire Department after thirty-two years of dedicated employment.

Survivors include his wife, Gwen Sutton Minniehan; brother, Joseph (Gayle) Minniehan; brother-in-law, Gilbert (Judy) Sutton; nieces, Rodonna (Stan) Leudenburg, Danielle (Chip) Renshaw, and nephew, Brian (Kathryn) Minniehan.

The Clarksville Fire Department will serve as pallbearers.

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Paul and Linda McCaslin

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Bonnie Rediker

Tommy will always hold a special place in my heart, truly one of a kind man of God. I will always cherish the family memories with him growing up. Rest in peace, you have fought the good fight, there is no doubt you are walking the streets of gold,
Comment | Posted at 02:13pm via Condolence

Dianne Wampler

Gwen, Joseph and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. We loved Tommy, he was special!!!! I have many memories, which I will cherish, of us growing up together. I know Tommy is a rest, he loved the Lord. God bless you all, prayers for God's comfort during this difficult time. We love you!!!

Ike and Dianne Wampler
Comment | Posted at 07:52am via Condolence

Mark Harrison

Had the privilege of working with Tommy 40 years ago and will never forget how he made everyone laugh and had a good time. He was a hard worker but but always made the best of it. RIP my friend you will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 02:50pm via Condolence

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