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MCGEOY , Thomas James On Feb 16, 2013, Thomas James McG eoy of Baltimore, MD peacefully passed away surrounded with love of friends and family in his home of 27 years in Daly City, CA. Beloved husband, father, friend, caring physician and US Naval Veteran. He had a full and wonderful life filled with love, travel and many accomplishments. He attended Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore, MD. He joined the Army while taking classes to prepare him to attend the University of Mary-land, where he graduated from Medical School in 1961. He joined the Navy while completing his residency at Columbia and Memorial Sloan Kettering in NYC. Serving on the USS Repose hospital ship in the Vietnam War until 1969, then transferring to Oak Knoll Naval hospital in Oakland, CA, where he was honorably discharged. He started his private practice in San Francisco, then moved to Daily City, where he practiced as a Board Certified American College of Surgeons Urologist at Seton Medical Center, St. Mary's, St. Luke's and the old Ralph K. Davis. He was the Chief of Surgery, Chief of Urology and President of the Medical Staff from 1988-1990. Practicing medicine was his passion and he brought an unsurpassed level of excellence of love and care for his patients and his craft. His extended family was the medical community. He found his home at Seton Medical Center with the Daughters of Charity, where he dedicated over 40 years of his life. Respected by his colleagues and loved by his family and friends for his kindness, sensibility, compassion and of course sense of humor which will stay with us forever. He will be missed!!! He is survived by his wife and soul mate of 27 years MaryJane
McGeoy of San Antonio, TX, Ex-wives Kumi Clough and Judy Clark, his 6 children Michael (Lori) Michelle, David and Yuri McGeoy, Elizabeth (David) Scott and Ram Fenster. Thirteen amazing Grandchildren and five great-grandchildren and childhood best friend Joseph (Sherry) Trabert of Baltimore, MD.
On Wednesday 2/20/13 there will be a viewing from 3-9 PM, with a Rosary at 7 PM, at Duggan's Mortuary, 500 Westlake Ave., Daly City, CA 94014. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, 11 AM, St. Stephen Church, 601 Eucalyptus Dr., San Francisco, followed by a burial at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery and a wake/party at Val's after the burial. 650-756-4500 or online condolences at duggansserra.com
Published in Baltimore Sun on Feb. 24, 2013
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