Thomas Wesley Morrow (Tommy) passed away aged 92 years on November 6.

He was the third youngest of ten children of William John and Kathleen Morrow, Moysnaught, Clabby.

As a child he went to Imeroo School. After school he worked on the family farm with his father and brothers, he also served time as a tradesman with the late Willie Fawcett.

He then went to England for a number of years. When he came back he started to work at Aughentaine Estate on the pig farm.

After a few years he bought a farm of his own which he farmed for many years.

One of his great interests was gardening, growing vegetables, flowers and fruit which he used to make jams and baking.

He was a faithful and dedicated member of Clabby and Creagh Methodist Churches. He was also a dedicated member of Clabby Orange Lodge, being a member for 75 years.

Thomas was also a member of the Royal Black Lodge for 50 years. He was also a member of the Ulster Unionist Party for many years.

He liked dancing and went to many places at one of which he met Vera Johnston and they got married in 2002. They lived in Clabby and Fivemiletown for a number years, finally moving to Irvinestown three and a half years ago.

His funeral service was in Irvinestown Methodist Church taken by Rev. George Bowes and he was buried in Clabby Graveyard. He leaves behind his wife Vera and his stepchildren and grandchildren and great grandchildren.