John O’Connor Obituary, Death – John O’Connor & Son would like to offer its sincerest sympathies to Tom Dow’s family and friends on the passing of Tom Dow, who passed away at the age of 78. When he passed away, Tom Dow was a longtime employee of John O’Connor & Son. John O’Connor & Son would like to offer their most heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. Tom Dow was an employee of John O’Connor and Son for a considerable portion of his professional life.
When Tom was a patient at the Forth Valley Royal Hospital on the 14th of December in 2022, he suddenly lost his life due to an unanticipated medical complication. The 14th of December marked the beginning of his stay at that location. Margaret was able to rely on the unwavering love and consolation that her husband Tom provided her at all times. He was also a devoted father and grandfather to his children Lynsey and Colin, as well as to his grandchildren Cailean, Brodie, Darragh, and Caya. His children and grandchildren are named Cailean, Brodie, Darragh, and Caya. Cailean, Brodie, Darragh, and Caya are the names of his children and grandchildren, respectively.
His children and grandchildren are called Cailean, Brodie, Darragh, and Caya, respectively. Caya is his only great-grandchild. A significant number of years were spent by Tom working at both the Bowling Green and the War Office. Additionally, he was a member of the War Office for a time. In addition to that, he was a builder of coaches for Alexander’s and a co-founder of the Sunday Club. Moreover, he was a builder of coaches for Alexander’s.
Tom was a superb buddy to a huge number of different people, and the general public recognized him by the moniker “Camelon face.” He was given the nickname “camelon face” by his peers. Those who are now in attendance will, at the opportune time, be given information regarding the specifics of the funeral service that will be held for Tom. While Tom and his incredible family are going through this trying time, everyone in the company is keeping them in their thoughts and prayers. People like John O’Connor are examples of the kind of people that are willing to go the extra mile in order to get the job done and do what is morally correct.