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'The man was a legend' Tommy McConnell remembered as funeral held in Cambridge Friends shared their memories louis vuitton bags galliera of a "charming" and "lovely" community figure 19:45, 19 AUG 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Moving tributes have been made to local "legend" Tommy McConnell at his louis vuitton purses made funeral in Cambridge.
More than a hundred mourners gathered at a service in Wesley Methodist Church on King Street earlier today (August 19). A horse drawn hearse and bagpiper lead a slow procession down the street and past the King Street Run pub where Tommy was a much loved customer. RECAP: Funeral of 'kind hearted' Tommy McConnell takes place in Cambridge Tommy, a former rough sleeper who was 74, died suddenly at his home in Short Street last month, leaving no next of kin. Friends and do all louis vuitton bags have d rings regulars at the King Street Run raised over to give Tommy a heart warming send off. Images from the funeral of Tommy McConnell The horse drawn hearse was led by a bagpiper at Tommy McConnell's funeral today Ben Windmill, 40, from Cambridge, said he had known Tommy for 15 years through drinking and working in the area. "The guy never had a bad word to say about anybody," he said. "He was passionate and made you feel welcome. He was part of the furniture. "He was one of louis vuitton of atlanta those characters that you can't replace. He was one of a kind." raised for funeral of Cambridge pub regular Tommy McConnell Robert Goodsell, 65, from Cherry Hinton, once lived with Tommy and spent a Christmas with him at Robert's mum's house. "He was a scholar and brother," he said. "He was family. He was a bit older than me and we looked after one another. Its a sad loss. "He'd be amazed at the send off he's getting.
" Another King Street Run regular, Chris Brown, 54, from Cambridge, said Tommy was a "complete character". "Any stranger that walked in the pub, he'd come up to them straight away," he added. "I never heard him say a bad word about anybody.
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