Thomas C. Mourney

03/21/1943 - 12/24/2017

Thomas C. Mourney 74, passed away December 24th, 2017, at his home in Gilbert AZ. He was born in Whitefield, OK., on March 21st, 1943 to Charles and Geraldine Mourney. The family moved to Mesa, AZ shortly after he was born. Tom attended Mesa High School and then enlisted in the Army in 1964. He was a Union Teamster, cement truck driver, concrete pump operator,  and skilled mechanic. He was a cowboy, avid fisherman, and hunter. Tom loved the outdoors. He will be remembered by his loved ones for his kind spirit, happy-go-lucky attitude, and his willingness to help others. He was a devoted father, grandfather, and the best friend one could have. Tom is survived by his brother’s John and Ed, his daughter Lisa Daniels (Brad) and grandson’s Ashton and Chaz. A memorial service will be held in his honor on January 13, 2018 from 1:00 – 4:00pm at 1638 E. Gable Ave. Mesa, AZ 85204

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  • Roger & Lynn Root

    Tommy was the best friend ever that anyone could ask for. He was always there to lend a helping hand. He will be missed by many! We love you Tom rest in peace dear friend❤

  • Richard Nelson II

    Tom was one of my all time favorite people and my life is better for having him in it. I will miss him, he lived, loved and played hard. Say hi to my brother for me Uncle Tom. See you in the next life, my love goes with you.

  • Tom was a great man and quite a character, he will be greatly missed by those who knew him.. my condolences to his family!

  • My condolences and love to Lisa and Brad Daniel

  • I was lucky to be his neighbor the last 30 years or so and he was always there for me and my family and we shared a friendship and we watched each other’s property if we are ever away! Many great memories and was thrilled the day he moved in next door.
    My wife and I will miss him as both a friend and the best neighbor we have ever had!
    A great Man and a great friend!
    Dave and Reeda Clement

  • Michael Murrietta

    My friend my heart aches for you still had lot of stories to tell and work to do and fishing to do you will surely be missed my friend

  • Tommy was a gentleman at heart! He was always willing to lend a helping hand RIP my Friend. Condolences from the Padilla’s

  • Tom you will be miss by my family greatly

  • Carl and Sheil Sparks

    I Worked with Tom for many years . We drove redi mix together. A good man . RIP Tom.

  • I have many good memories of Tommy. He is one of a kind and will be missed.

  • Cheri' Nelson McManus

    He was always so much fun! Will always remember that he gave me my first taste of alcohol. Peppermint Schnapps. I think of him every time I drink hot cocoa.

  • Tom was like a brother to me. He will surely be missed. There will never be another Tom. RIP my brother,you are loved deeply,SHU !!

  • Sherrill Nielsen (Moore)

    RIP Tom! I’ll have a red beer for you. You made the best! A wonderful friend and fishing partner! We had many great adventures, you, Greg and I.

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