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Sad news. Didn't know him, but for some reason the other day I was reminded of the time I served him in Makro while working there one summer.

Condolences to Stevie and the rest of his family and friends.

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Really sad to hear, didn't know him but recognised him and knew who he was. Shocked at the news must have been sudden thought I saw a tweet that he and his son signed up for buy the buds just last week?

Thoughts are for his family.

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Was in his company a few times with my father in law, a real gent who always took time to say hello. Heartfelt sympathy to Steven and rest of the family, the Saints family has lost a real character today. RIP bud.

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Absolutely stunned - he was a couple of years above me in school and I went to games home and away with Tam and others from 77-79 but lost touch when I stopped going regularly. Bumped into him now and again over the years at the games I did get to and once professionally.

Condolences to all his family, RIP, Tam.

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I've been finding myself hearing the North Bank sing the McGarry-Broonie penned anthem "St Mirren Park is where we play. It's where you'll find us every second Saturday. And when we win you'll hear us sing our famous song Oh When The Saints Go Marchin In! Ole ola....."

Will be strange to hear that sung next season with Tam no longer with us.

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A group of us heading back to Blackpool after the Accrington friendly a few years back bumped into Tam and Ian on the train. The only time I've been in their company but very memorable. Fondly recalling the great laugh and sing song on the journey back.

Our thoughts are with his family.

RIP Tam.

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Tam used to call me a kid on soldier coz a was home more times than saints wer at home all season. Good laugh in the hole before and after games and the bus too way big Ian all slagging each other. Make them laugh up there like you did with us buddie rip

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Thanks everyone for their kind words.Tam donated his organs which enabled others the gift of life.I am so proud to call him my best mate.He was so upbeat about our bid to buy the club and as such we cannot let this opportunity go.I loved this guy so much and trust our fans to reach our goal.Theres only one Tam McGarry.He never left my side !!!!!

Very moving, Ian.

Tam clearly had a loving, loyal mate.

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