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1945 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Fr. Brian Coffey Obituary
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July 15, 2018

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October 28, 2017
Bill and I will miss Fr. Brian's smiling face each time he came to 3 Loria to visit the patients. His encouraging words meant so much to all of us. Rest in Peace Dear Father Brian.
October 27, 2017
A beautiful man who always visited me when I was in Good Sam. May his soul rest in peace.
October 26, 2017
Lord have mercy on the soul of sainted Father Coffey - on Saturay Oct 21, 2017 at a wedding ceremony in Sacred Heart, Suffern, he placed the host into my cupped hands. Today, I would learn of his passing. It was a real shock. The many times that I spent getting expert treatment at Good Samaritan he would so lovingly come by, to calmly offer prayers and comfort to patients, anyone wishing the same. May the Lord hold him in the palm of HIS hand. Kerry Abu! RIP
October 26, 2017
Fr. Coffey was a gentle, humorous man, who stood with my mother and father in their final hours, and performed the Last Rites as they transitioned into new life. I thank you, Fr. Brian, on behalf of my parents and brother, whose funerals you performed with grace and dignity. I'm sure God has welcomed you with open arms. You will be very much missed by the many whose lives you touched. RIP.