Thomas Birmingham Cause of Death: How Did Thomas Birmingham Die? Massachusetts Senate Former President Death. Thomas F. Birmingham, a former Massachusetts state Senate president, gubernatorial contender, and labor lawyer, died on Friday at the age of 73.
Thomas Birmingham Cause of Death: How Did Thomas Birmingham Die? Massachusetts Senate Former President Death
On Friday, Thomas died at the age of 73 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. The news was announced on social media by the Boston Globe.
Notification of half-staff of the United States flag and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts flag – former Massachusetts State Senate President Thomas F. Birmingham.
Please be advised that Massachusetts Governor Maura T. Healey has ordered that the United States of America flag and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts flag be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings beginning immediately and continuing until sunset on the day of interment, in honor of the life and legacy of former Senate President Thomas F. Birmingham, who died in January.
Birmingham, known as “Tom,” died in Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, The Boston Globe reported. His health had declined recently. Before his death, he was dividing his time between Chelsea, where he worked as a labor attorney, and New York City.
The former state Senate president is remembered by his wife, Dr. Selma Botman, an author and provost at Yeshiva University in New York, as well as his two daughters and two grandchildren.