GuestbookThomas F. "Kayo" Mullen
Keep those Angels laughing Uncle Kayo. I will miss you always.
We are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers Dottie.
With Our Deepest Sympathy,
Meg & Gary Flaherty
Rodney and Carolann Beck
Thanks for all those wonderful days at Panama City Beach, the laughter, the food, and those wicked "Mississippi Marbles". We love you, Tom
Our deepest condolences are with the family at this difficult time. Holding you all in our hearts and prayers.
The Naumann Family,
Pine Point, Northwood NH
Kayo, always a smile on your face.
Many a Halloween Parade a cooler and The Beauchamp van beside the fire station,good friends and lots of laughs.
Dotty he was a great guy our love and sympathy to the family.
Janet and Jack Beauchamp
Thank you for all the laughs and memories. Card games will never been the same. Rest peacefully Uncle Kayo. We love you always.
Sara Jason Gavin and KK
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. The many memories, and his laughter will live on in your hearts forever....
Our very deepest sympathy on the loss of such a dear member of YOUR family and OUR 'Florida Family' We have so many wonderful memories shared over the years we have all spent wintering in Panama City Beach---water aerobics, parties,singing, jokes and lots of laughter...Tom will be sorely missed.
With love, Jan and Merle Loch
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time
Bob & Jean Ayer
To Kayo - one of my favorite people - loved your singing and you always made me laugh. I'll miss you so much -
We'll meet again... Love from Joy in Canada
Dave & Cathy Scroxton
To my funniest Uncle you always lived life to the fullest and always brought a smile to my face and always got stuck with the bar bill left there by your loving nephews at all our family weddings. The next round is on me you will be sincerely missed our thoughts and prayers are with you Dottie.
Joseph and Suzan McElhinney
We will forever treasure that wonderful smile and deep laughter that you always had in store for every occasion and family gathering. Always fun, loving and filled with warmth that was how you always greeted us at family events. We will miss you. To the sweetest couple we love you both.
Dear Dottie and family,
and all Kayo's sisters and family, I am so sorry that a wonderful guy is no longer with us on earth - I know you will all miss him greatly as will I. With sympathy and love, Joy Harding, Canada
Michael Mooney and Lori Fitzsimmons
Very fond memories of a sensitive, kind gentleman whose love of life and sense of humor has provided us with wonderful stories and laughter that will last a lifetime.
Condolences to Dottie and Kayos' family... he was one of a kind...
I have so many wonderful memories of Tom. The wonderful times at the lake in New Hampshire and all his funny jokes.I remember how much George loved him and they would talk all about the post office. Tom was special and Im sure he is in heaven watching over his family.
"Kayo" was a very close member of my family. He was my Father's best friend. I will also always remember Kayo as one of the most intelligent, humorous people I have ever met in my entire life.
His knowledge of crossword puzzles and his understanding of the English language (plus his fantastic definitions) have made my life fuller and more entertaining. Midget, Dwarf & Gnome are some of the mysteries I will never solve. Thank you Kayo for the time I have spent with you, my life has been better for having known you.
Dear Dottie & Family
My heartfelt condolences go out to you. His loss is so great for so many of us whose lives Kayo has touched. I was fortunate and honored to have Kayo in my life. I will always remember him as being a true gentleman, kind, witty, and generous. Let's not forget what a dancer in his day! His jokes, his wisdom and his great outlook on life, but most of all.. his love for you Dottie.
He loved his Dottie.
Kayo, my dear friend, rest in peace. You will be forever in my heart and so fondly remembered With Love xoxox
Niece, Cheryl M. Frost @ Family
We truly loved Uncle Tom and he is going to so very much missed. Loved his sense of humor and his laughter. He was a marvelous father and he and Uunt Dottie truly loved each other for so many years. So sorry for your loss. With deepest sympathy.
Love & best to all of you.
I knew Kayo as a close friend of my father's - Bill Sullivan. I also worked with Kayo summers at the PO. I liked Kayo very much, he was always looking out for me when I worked with him and he spent many an afternoon in my father's back yard after the weekly trip to NH. It was there that my now 23 year old daughter would play with him when she was little. He was very good to her as well and she remembers him fondly. Rest in peace my friend, and our sympathies to Dottie and the family.
The Sullivan's - Reading, MA
Tom was a great guy and a wonderful friend to me and everyone at the food pantry where i volunteered with him. His singing and dancing and all his crazy antics will surely be missed. It just wont' be the same without him. My deepest sympathy goes to you and all of your family.
To my most talented and fabulous uncle. I will miss your quick wit and twinkle in your eye right before you delivered your funny punch lines.Thank you for always making me feel so special. Rest in peace.
so sorry to hear of kayos passing His wit and humor will be greatly missed.Please accept my condolences and may God ease your pain in this difficult time
"one of the things I remember him for was, "explain it to me,so that I understand it and while you're at it get me a beer..."
Joe & Linda Beddia(Hollys sister)
We are so sorry to hear about Tom. We send our prayers to you and your family. Tom was a very funny man. Always the life of the party. As I remember he like to dance alot also. But Dottie, you were his sunshine!!!!!Tom will always be with you , right in your heart.
Someday you will meet again in a better place.
Dad was a loving and devoted father and will be greatly missed. He was willing to help anyone in need, including family, friends and the homeless. I only hope to be half the man he was.
Tom Jr Deerfield Bch, FL
Just heard that my dads best friend is joining him for a game of cribbage and some herb Albert and the tiajuana brass music. Kayo always smiling and telling stories and the best jokes!!!! You were loved and missed so much, and Dottie our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Ron and Joanie (Jannino) Galvin
Billy & Ruthie Stryke
Dottie and Family - We just heard of Tom's passing. So sorry. I have fond memories of "Kayo" from the P.O. he was a good man and a funny man. Cherish the memories, as you must have many.
Billy & Ruthie