Thomas Doyle, Jr.
Thomas Doyle, Jr.
Thomas Doyle, Jr.
Thomas Doyle, Jr.
Thomas Doyle, Jr.

Obituary of Thomas G. Doyle, Jr.

Thomas George Doyle, Jr.

 

Thomas

(Tommy) George Doyle Jr. a long-time resident of Willingboro, Burlington and finally, Mt. Laurel, passed away at age 69 on March 12, 2021. Tommy died in his home from complications of COPD.

Tom was born on July 5, 1951, to his parents, Thomas and Margaret Doyle, in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Willingboro in 1969 after which he traveled across Europe extensively. He was a long-time employee of American Standard and the CVS Warehouse in Lumberton.

Tom was very active in the Willingboro community, and worked alongside his father, Tom Doyle Sr. in many of the Community parades in Willingboro. Tom was also very active in Corpus Christi parish in Willingboro, where he served as an Usher during Sunday services. He was an avid Philadelphia sports fan and enjoyed watching Turner Classic films with his cookies and tea.

Tom was preceded in death by his loving parents, Tom and Peg Doyle, and is survived by his two children: Kaila Doyle of Ewing, NJ and Katherine Doyle (Aiden) of Rockville, MD. He is also survived by his sisters Bonnie Huntsberger (Tom) of Eugene, Oregon; Debra Cullinan (James) of Mt. Laurel, NJ; Donna Mallinckrodt (Craig) of Indianapolis, IN; his brother, John Doyle (Deanna) of Delanco, NJ, and Tom's former spouse, Jacqueline Doyle of Levittown, PA.

The family wishes to thank Corpus Christi parish along with the extended family and friends whocontributed to the very full life Tom led.

Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of his family. His family requests donations please be made to the charity of your choice in Tom's name. There will be a Celebration of Life event in the future. To join friends and family at this event, please email Katherine Doyle at katiedoyle100@gmail.com.

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