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Thomas Canfield

December 20, 1959 ~ January 5, 2022 (age 62)

Obituary

Thomas Michael Canfield, 62, passed away unexpectedly, Wednesday, January 5, 2022, at Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare of MVHS, after a short illness.

Thomas was born in New Hartford, December 20, 1959, a son of the late Robert and Phyllis (Doyle) Canfield. He was educated in Utica at Seymour School and graduated from JFK. At one time, he was married to Linda Suita, and from that union came their son, Tommy.

Thomas enjoyed playing chess and watching all sports, especially the Yankees. Since childhood, he loved the Beatles and especially Elvis.

Tom is survived by his son, Robert “Tommy” Canfield of Syracuse; his loving companion, Laura LoGiudice, with whom he resided; two sisters, Joan Mooty and Maureen Eterno; two stepson, Michael and Nicholas Mallozzi; several nieces and nephews, especially Kayla Canfield, and Gary Kostera and his wife, Regina; many many friends, too numerous to mention, with special acknowledgement of Frank Caruso; his canine pals, Isabella and Memphis; and his kitty, Little Moons. He was predeceased by parents, Robert and Phyllis; sister, Carol Marrone, who he loved dearly; and a brother, Robert “Bobby”Canfield.

Tommy’s family honored him privately.

Due to his love of all animals, for those wishing, donations may be made to Anita’s Stevens Swan Humane Society at anitas-sshs.org

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