Cruise Industry Loses Veteran With Thomas McNulty Passing
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The cruise industry lost long-time veteran, Thomas McNulty, who passed away suddenly after sustaining a non-life threatening hip injury. He was 82. 

McNulty spent his career in the travel industry with more than 40 years in the cruise business. He worked for such prestigious companies as White Star, Holland America and Costa cruises in various sales management roles.

Rick Sasso, former colleague and friend, said, ‘Tom was a genuine soul with a big heart and extraordinary compassion for his family and friends. I will miss him very much.’ 

Another former colleague and friend, John Mucklow, said, ‘I wish I could have had a chance to say goodbye to my dear friend. He will be missed by many.’

Born in Brooklyn, New York, McNulty moved to Florida in the early 70’s. He is survived by his wife, Pat, with whom he was married for 57 years; he leaves behind four sons and eight grandchildren.

A wake will be held at the Landmark Funeral Home in Hollywood, Fla. from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on March 14 and services at the Nativity Church in Hollywood, Fla. on March 15 at 10 a.m.

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