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Thomas Albert Dooley September 22, 1941 - September 10, 2021

Thomas Albert Dooley

Dooley, Thomas Albert (79) of Florence KY passed away peacefully on the 10th of September 2021 at Jewish Hospital, Cincinnati Ohio.

Preceded in death by his Parents; Edwin and Catherine Dooley, Brothers; Richard, Patrick, and Charles Dooley, Sons; Thomas and Michael Dooley. Survived by his Wife; Joyce (Elmore) Dooley, his Sons; Timothy and Patrick (Michelle) Dooley. Sisters; Mary Dooley and Eileen Winterhalter. His Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.

The King of Puns; Tom was fortunate enough to retire early and pursue his life’s passions. He was an amazing artist and an even more talented musician and pianist. Inducted into the Boogie Woogie Piano Hall of Fame in 2005 Tom entertained many. One man was quoted saying “the nights watching Tom on stage were some of the greatest nights of my life”.

Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Internment at Arlington Memorial Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio.

A celebration of life to be held at a later date.

Memorials can be made on his behalf to the Parkinson’s Foundation at https://www.apdaparkinson.org/ or to Alzheimer’s research at https://act.alz.org/.


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    Debra Downey says

    My husband and I loved Tom like a brother, because he is a brother in Christ. He loved God and that was evident in the church music that he wrote. He wrote about his music and we published it on our church site. ” the truth of God’s words inspired me to reach out to favor the Lord with my gifts.” He was a wonderful soul and a blessing to me. I shall never forget him. His trials are now over and he is at rest. Praise God for the lives he touched. Blessings and prayers to the family.

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    Martha ( Harrison) Krekeler - Winton Placem says

    Thoughts and Prayers for the Dooley family for your loss of a amazing man and friend to so many that loved him. He will be miss. ❤ 🎹 🎶

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