Thomas P. Christopher, age 56

of Quincy

Thomas P. Christopher, age 56

Thomas P. Christopher, age 56, of Quincy, died, peacefully, Friday, April 16, 2021, surrounded by his loving family.

Tom was born in Dorchester, raised and educated in Quincy. He attended Quincy Vocational-Technical High School. He had lived in Quincy for most of his life.

Tom was a proud member of the Union Laborers, Local 223, for over thirty years.

He enjoyed the arts, having a love for music, and a passion for old movies and the comedy scene. Tom had a vast knowledge of musicians and actors, recalling them by name. He had a love for Boston and was a fan of all the Boston sports teams. Tom also had an affection for animals.

Most of all, he cherished his friends and family, always spending time with them, and held them close to his heart. Tom will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

Beloved father of Nicole P. Christopher of Whitman.

Devoted son of Bridget (Walsh) Christopher of Braintree and the late Paul F. Christopher.

Loving brother of Brian M. Christopher and his former wife Loretta of Maryland, Catherine W. Alessi and her husband William of Abington, Ann-Marie Christopher of Braintree, and the late Michael C. Christopher.

Former husband of Pandora (Brassard) Christopher of Whitman.

Tom is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Divine Mercy Parish in Sacred Heart Church, 386 Hancock Street, North Quincy, on Thursday, April 22, at 11 o’clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment at Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton will take place privately. Services are operating in accordance with current guidelines.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Tom’s memory may be made to the Gavin Foundation, 675 East 4th Street, P.O. Box E-15, South Boston, MA 02127.

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  • I will miss you Tommy. Every holiday you would send me a text to wish me a happy holiday. I will miss you showing up on your bike to my July 3rd cookout. I’ll miss you sticking your head out the window to call out food orders and make us all laugh. I will miss you always being kind to my dogs and taking them for walks when you were here. I will miss your sense of humor and your sarcasm I will miss all the laughs. I’ll miss walking around Boston with you and you pointing out all the buildings you worked on. I will miss you calling me sweetheart and always saying I looked great when we headed out. I will miss the kindness you always showed to Colin throughout the years. You made him feel special and you took him to Fenway Park for the first time ever with Cathy. You have been a part of our lives for so long and it’s so hard to believe you are gone. I watched your 50th birthday video last night when Cathy and I took you out for dinner. I was laughing when everyone was singing to you and you looked horrified but I know that you really enjoyed it. You will always be in my and Colin’s hearts. To Tommy’s family please accept our condolences during this time. We will be praying and thinking about you all.

  • We are so very saddened to hear of Tommy’s passing. We’ll always remember his sense of humor, his his laughter that came so easily, and his amazing smile, but most of all, his love for his family, especially his beautiful daughter, Nicole.
    Sending love and prayers XOXO
    Marianne & Rick

  • Anne Marie and family. I very sorry to hear about this loss.
    My thoughts and heart are with you.

  • TC,,My BEAUTIFUL, HANDSOME CHRISTOPHER (private joke),,,I’LL MISS YOUR LAUGH, SMILE,AND ALL YOUR SPECIAL THOUGHTS AND TEXTS,,YOUR KINDNESS THE MOST,,,KISS MICHAEL FOR ME,,BLESS YOUR FAMILY

  • I have not seen Tommy in many years. But my memories of him will always be happy ones. Back in the day at The Comedy Connection were young and had the time of our lives!
    God Speed Tommy and May your journey be blessed

  • To the whole Christopher family, Bridget,Brian,Kathy,Annie, Nicole and families Tommy was like a member of the family over here on Greene street, and he will be terribly missed by so many,Tommy was one of the GOOD ones is what I keep hearing over and over, May he finally R.I.P. out of pain, and our thoughts and prayers are going out to you all🙏🙏🙏 We Love you Tommy!!! -Shelly,Mick and Paula 🥰🥰

  • He will be forever missed! he was awesome to get to know my dog Holiday used to stay up in his room every now and then when he rented from us! within the 5 years! Phantom and Holiday were his buddies! we miss Tom please rest in peace🙏🏻💛

  • To Bridget, Annie and the rest of the Christopher family, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Tom, but his spirit will remain strong! He was a good man who would do anything that he could for anyone.. I will miss the times we met in the backyard talking about sports and other current events. It is comforting to know that he is not suffering anymore and is in a better place. My deepest condolences, Stephen Forest