Edward F. Quigley 07/17/2021

Posted by on Jul 19, 2021 in Obituaries | 4 comments

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Edward  F. Quigley age 77, of Braintree, entered into eternal life on July 17, 2021.  Ed was born and raised in South Boston and has lived in Braintree since 1974. He served in the Army National Guard Yankee Division.  Mr. Quigley worked in commercial printing for many years and also taught at Don Bosco High School, his Alma Mater.  Edward was a generous and spiritual man. Beloved husband of the late Irene L. (Belmont).  Dedicated and devoted father to Michael and his wife Ilana of Natick and the late John Quigley. Devoted grandfather of John.  Funeral from the Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home, 100 Washington St. Weymouth on Thursday, July 22 at 8:45 am. Funeral Mass in Saint Clare Church, Braintree at 10  Am. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours on Wednesday from 5:30 until 8 pm. Burial at Plain Street Cemetery in Braintree to follow.  Donations may be made in his memory  to : Dana Farber Cancer  Institute 10 Brookline Place West, Brookline, MA 02445   

4 Comments

  1. 7-21-2021

    Michael and Family I was so saddened to hear of your Dad’s Passing He was such a lovely and kind man The Howie family sends you our love and Deepest Sympathy

  2. 7-21-2021

    I liked Ed. I didn’t know him well but we’d small talk at many of the house parties his sister in law would throw at her house in Canton over the years. He was a throwback to another, and better, era. He’d been through his share of emotional pain, losing loved ones and those close to him and weathered it and trudged on… The last time I saw him at his sister in laws wake he gave me a big bear hug because I hadn’t seen him in a couple of years. (This was completely out of character for Ed.) I said “we can’t get close, Covid” and he laughed and said “Who gives a blankety-blank” and then walked off to talk with others… That’s the last time I ran into Ed, just for a moment, giving me a bear hug. That’s how we should all part ways with each other.

  3. 7-22-2021

    Michael,
    So sorry for your loss. Your Dad was such a kind and caring man. He is now with your Mom and John. May he forever rest in peace.

    The Macozek Family

  4. 7-23-2021

    To the Quigley Family,
    We are very sorry for the loss of Ed. We live directly behind him and Irene and they were wonderful neighbors. Our children loved seeing the dog Cocoa through the fence. We will miss seeing Ed walking Cocoa! Rest In Peace Ed and thank you for being the best neighbor anyone can ask for.

    Sincerely,
    The Donnelly Family

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