In memory of
John O'Malley
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In memory of
John O'Malley
John O'Malley in Brighton formerly of Louisburgh County Mayo, Ireland February 29, 2012. Beloved husband of Teresa (Madden) and the late Mary McGreal. Devoted father of Mary Bridget O'Malley, Helen M. Macri and her husband Wayne all of Watertown, Jennifer O. Schiebel and her husband John of Natick. Brother of Mary Rowley of West Roxbury, Elizabeth Lally and her husband John of Brookline, Nora Heraty of England and the late Margaret, Patrick, William, James, Nellie and Brigid O'Malley. Loving grandfather of Erin, Kara and Lindsay. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed by his family and remembered for his love of song, skill at gardening, an avid Celtics fan and his sense of humor. Funeral Mass was held in St. Columbkille Church on Monday March 5th. Interment Mt. Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury. Late member Local 25 and AOH Division 14 Watertown. If lieu of flowers donations in memory of American Cancer Society 20 Speen St. Framingham, MA 01701. The O'Malley family would like to thank Britain Nicholson, M.D., Pat Halkola, NP., and staff at Massachusetts General Hospital and the staff from Care Tenders, VNA of Newton. Their support and excellent care was very much appreciated by John and his family. For guest book please visit www.lehmanreen.com Arrangements by Lehman Reen & McNamara Funeral Home, Brighton, 617 782 1000.
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In memory of
John O'Malley
John O'Malley in Brighton formerly of Louisburgh County Mayo, Ireland February 29, 2012. Beloved husband of Teresa (Madden) and the late Mary McGreal. Devoted father of Mary Bridget O'Malley, Helen M. Macri and her husband Wayne all of Watertown, Jennifer O. Schiebel and her husband John of Natick. Brother of Mary Rowley of West Roxbury, Elizabeth Lally and her husband John of Brookline, Nora Heraty of England and the late Margaret, Patrick, William, James, Nellie and Brigid O'Malley. Loving grandfather of Erin, Kara and Lindsay. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed by his family and remembered for his love of song, skill at gardening, an avid Celtics fan and his sense of humor. Funeral Mass was held in St. Columbkille Church on Monday March 5th. Interment Mt. Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury. Late member Local 25 and AOH Division 14 Watertown. If lieu of flowers donations in memory of American Cancer Society 20 Speen St. Framingham, MA 01701. The O'Malley family would like to thank Britain Nicholson, M.D., Pat Halkola, NP., and staff at Massachusetts General Hospital and the staff from Care Tenders, VNA of Newton. Their support and excellent care was very much appreciated by John and his family. For guest book please visit www.lehmanreen.com Arrangements by Lehman Reen & McNamara Funeral Home, Brighton, 617 782 1000.
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