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Jeremiah N. Coffey Cause Of Death, How Did Jeremiah N. Coffey Die, What Happened To Him? Reason & Funeral Explored! Jeremiah (Jerry) Neylan Coffey 90 year old Jeremiah Neylan Coffey passed away on Saturday, October 17, in Auburn Life Care Center. Jerry was born in Worcester on the 18th of August 1932 He was the son of Teresa M Neylan and Jeremiah Coffey who had both relocated from Ireland to in the United States from Ireland. He was a member of St. Stephen Parish in Worcester and later as a parishioner of The Immaculate Conception Parish in Worcester. Jerry was extremely satisfied with his Irish heritage, and at times inviting people who disagreed with him to kiss their Irish behind. Jerry was a soldier as a soldier in the U.S. Army, where Jerry lived by the principles from The First Infantry: “No Mission too hard. No Sacrifice Too Great. Duty first.” Jerry was stationed in Germany and was discharged honorably in 1952. For More Updates Stay Tuned With Statehooddc.com.




Jeremiah N. Coffey Cause Of Death




Jeremiah N. Coffey Cause Of Death

Always loyal, blue collar and proud Worcester man, Jerry worked for many years for the City of Worcester as a laborer, and was a member of Worcester’s Retirement Board. A shrewd man who was sometimes grumpy and sometimes quiet He also enjoyed singing in church musicals like those from the Sound of Music, and Wizard of Oz and savored in the musical performances from three tenors, the Three Tenors, and Celtic Women. In 1958, he was married Lillian (Gardella) Coffey, together for fifty years in marriage before her passing in the year 2010. They took excursions in Cape Cod, Canada, and Atlantic City. In his early years, Jerry enjoyed dancing, playing cards with his family, and going to New Year’s Eve celebrations along with Symonaicks, Gardella’s, and Junes. Jerry was survived by his three sons: Thomas Coffey, Lisa O’Neill Francis and her husband Brian along with Patricia Coffey. Lisa is Jerry’s main caretaker and he was a resident for a short time. He also loved traveling and taking in Law & Order as well as Boston sports together with Brian.




How Did Jeremiah N. Coffey Die?

In out of his children, Jerry remains a survivor of his older brothers Paul Coffey and his wife Peggy. Jerry will also be survived by three grandkids: Erica McHugh and her husband Matt, Patrick Coffey, and Kate Coffey. As the commander for the Tuttle VFW Post he always was sure to bring prizes from the raffles for meat to Erica’s home. Jerry’s two great-grandchildren Adalyn And Kaeden McHugh, held the most special space in his hearts. He was a huge fan of playing and play board games and allowed them to paint his nails. In addition, his daughter in law Lauren Coffey, as well as numerous nieces and nephews, such as: Michael Coffey, Danny Coffey, Jimmy Coffey, Kathy Coffey, Brian J. Sullivan, Karen M. Lenahan (Kevin), Sean P. Sullivan (Teri), Susan M. Riggens (Mike), Michael Gardella (Sue), Robert Gardella, Jr. (Sandy), Karen Gardella, Nancy Gardella, Steve Gardella, Jackie Berube, Tracy Williams, Nancy Sweeney and Robert Mitchell. One sister Mary Margaret Hullinger predeceased her.

Who Was Jeremiah N. Coffey? Funeral And Obituary

We would like the family to acknowledge Jerry’s many acquaintances at the Colony Retirement House in Worcester which was where Jerry loved playing Bingo and hosting celebrations for his friends. They also want to express their gratitude to Kelly Mitchell, the staff at Life Care in Auburn and NE Hospice, who took great care of Jerry during the last few days of his life and also Fr. Walter Riley of St. Anne’s of Shrewsbury previously associated with the Immaculate Conception Parish in Worcester who came to visit and to anoint Jerry. Visitation hours are on Wednesday, October 20 from 5-7pm at Callahan Fay Caswell’s life Celebration located at 60 Myrtle St. A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday 21 October at 11am at Immaculate Conception Church, 353 Grove Street. Burial will be private. For those who wish, contributions in Jerry’s honor can be sent to McAuley’s Nazareth Homes which is a home for Boys located in Leicester.




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