Thomas V. Caco
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Meghan & Tommy & Family,
Our condolences on the loss of your dad. Back when, the Pompous Bull was the place for to go for dinner at night or roasts beef sandwiches on Saturday afternoons. May he rest in peace.


Posted by: Tony, Theresa, Brittany & Carissa Cavalli - Trumbull, CT   Dec 08, 2017

Diane,
Our deepest sympathy to you and the children. May you find peace during this difficult time of sorrow.
The Harpool Family


Posted by: A friend   Dec 07, 2017

Meg,

So sorry to read about your Dad. May he rest in peace with your Mom, my high school buddy. Sending you my condolences & prayers. Jo-Ann Pavone


Posted by: A friend   Dec 07, 2017

Meghan. so sorry to hear about your dad. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy. Love Marion and Ed.


Posted by: A friend   Dec 06, 2017

M Love, Marion and Edeghan, sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and [rasyers are with you and your family.Love Marion and Ed


Posted by: A friend   Dec 06, 2017

Sorry to hear of Tom's passing. We were teammates on St. Charles CYO basketball. Tom was a good human being who offered no malice.The Pompous Bull offered gourmet burghers long before it became fashionable


Posted by: Joe Alves - Clinton, CT   Dec 06, 2017

Our deepest sympathy to the Caco family during this sad and difficult time.


Posted by: Cathleen & Greg Russo - Cape Canaveral, FL   Dec 06, 2017


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Posted by: JOHN KARAFA - BPT.   Dec 05, 2017

Our thoughts and prayers to the Caco family. Tommy was a friend from back in the Pompous Bull days. My husband and I met there while he was working for Tommy. Will always have fond memories of The "Bull" and the Caco family.


Posted by: Jimmy & Dawn Basso - Ocala, FL - friend   Dec 05, 2017