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Thomas James! Almost 11 months have gone by and I still dont believe its real. I held your hand as you left us and still want to call you or message you. The what ifs still fill my mind. In your words you were my oldest child and biggest pain. Time and life may have put distance between us but you were alway loved. I miss you so much kid and can only think what if. We will see each other again and I will have my boots on! Taken too soon! Love you kid!


Posted by: Brandi Fitzgerald - Plymouth, MA - sister   Sep 08, 2018

Tj so many months have passed yet it's still all surreal. I still wait to hear your voice and see your smile. I miss our talks late into the night. You are so loved and so missed. Nothing is the same. Not a day goes by that Mike and I or someone who loves you don't talk about you. You still make us smile with your memory and yes you make us cry. Hope you are at peace. Love you forever my Angel. I know you are with us always. Til we're together again XO


Posted by: Arlene Lee - Newburyport, MA - Mother   Aug 02, 2018

In the midst of life we are in death. Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust.

Requiescat in pace.


Posted by: Tom Breault - CO - Father   Oct 28, 2017

Dear Brandy,

So sorry to hear of the loss of TJ. I remember him attending my Sunday School class at First Baptist in Stoneham.

He always had a wide smile and a creative side as seen in his detailed and thoughtful art work.

Praying for you at this time. He was dearly loved by his grandmother Ruth.

God's mercies are new every morning,

Janet & John French


Posted by: Janet French    Oct 28, 2017

I don't even know where to begin. I knew TJ practically all of his (too short) life. My heart is broken. TJ was the little brother I never had. His sister Kristyn and I have been the best of friends since we were eight years old! I remember TJ as a bright, vibrant and energetic child! He was quite the ladies man, even back then always going out of his way to entertain all of us girls with his

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Posted by: Carole Bassill - NH - Family Friend   Oct 27, 2017

My son Tj was loved by so many. He loved everyone and always treated them with kindness. He loved country music and playing pool with his favorite partner. They were quite a challenge. I'm so proud he is my son and so proud of him. He was a Simple Kind of Man.the outpouring of love for him would bring great joy and comfort to his heart. We are giving him a celebration of life at Gracies 5 Broadway Salisbury beach

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Posted by: Arlene Lee - Newburyport, MA - Family   Oct 27, 2017

It is with much grief that I learn of TJ's death. In my memory I still see you as a child and remember the many times your grandmother called me to shake you out of bed and drive you to school. You are still a child to me and more importantly, a child before God, your Father in Heaven.

Pie Jesu Domine, dona eum requiem.


Posted by: Geoffrey Mondello - Stoneham, MA - Family   Oct 27, 2017

TJ, While I never met you, I know the joy you brought to your Mom, Arlene. She loved you more than life itself. Know that she will keep your memory alive in your girls and all those who love you. God Bless.


Posted by: Joyce Teal - Hixson, TN   Oct 27, 2017

Thinking of all the Breault family. Although we may not have grown up too get her , in times like these we should always remember family. I am the youngest of Albert Dolan...


Posted by: Marie Leisten(Dolan) - Groton, MA - Family   Oct 27, 2017

Although I did not know TJ personally, I prayed along with many for his recovery and got updates from his mom, Arlene, who I know and give my deepest sympathy to along with your whole family...........until you meet again, know you were loved by many.......and although I believe in the power of prayer, God must've need another angel........Rest in Peace.......


Posted by: Cynthia Fleming Ananian - Barrington, NH - Friend   Oct 27, 2017