Thomas Joseph Anthony Cibotti, III, at 50
Thomas Joseph Anthony Cibotti III (TJ), purveyor of kindness, humor, generosity, patience, empathy and respect, died peacefully in his sleep July 15, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was 50. Mr. Cibotti was born October 20, 1965 at Chelsea Naval Hospital and was a lifelong summer resident of Hull.
Mr. Cibotti lived his life in the calmest, kindest manner. Never in a rush and always willing to offer his optimistic outlook, he valued providing laughter and smiles to his friends and family with his unique sense of humor. As an angel here on earth, he will be missed.
He enjoyed movies... any and all movies. His mother and partner in crime, Marsha, deserves a medal for enduring many a horror movie. On a rare occasion, he would capitulate and allow the Hallmark channel.
He loved his Smart Car and his Truck. As a trained and certified mechanic, he was extremely proud of and loved tinkering with his 1996, yellow Mass DOT F-150.
Mr. Cibotti was predeceased by his father, Thomas Cibotti Jr. He is survived by his amazing mother and caregiver, Marsha Cibotti of Nashua, sister Lisa Williams and her husband David of Nashua, brother Scott Cibotti of San Ramon, CA, brother Dean Cibotti and his wife Lori of Bedford; five nieces and nephews: Jillian and Jexi Williams of Nashua, and Tyler, Ella and Evan Cibotti of Bedford; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Calling hours were scheduled at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today at the Crowne Plaza, Hunt Club, Nashua, NH, with a Celebration of Life immediately following. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you perform a random act of kindness. The simplest gestures matter. This will be capturing his essence.