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Cahill, Dana W. 62, of Beverly, passed away Sunday, August 24th at the Lahey Hospital in Burlington, MA. He is the beloved husband of Wendy (Wolkiewicz) Cahill, and the loving father of Jake Edward Cahill. Born in Beverly, Dana is the son of the late John R. and Florence (Morse) Cahill. Dana grew up in Beverly and graduated from Beverly High School. Following high school, he worked for Beverly Golf & Tennis and then for Beverly Hospital where he worked for 36 years until his recent retirement. Dana enjoyed golfing, boating and family vacations to Conway and Ogunquit. He loved restoring cars, especially Volkswagens, watching the Red Sox and was known to be an outstanding dancer. One of the most important things in his life was to spend time with his family. In addition to his wife Wendy of 28 years and his son Jake, he is survived by his brother, John R. Cahill Jr. and his wife Laura of Milton; his sister, Candis L. Kennedy and her late husband Michael of Wilmington, NC; his 2 aunts Nancy Moran and husband John of Falmouth and Jackie Campbell of North Port, N.Y.; his father-in-law, Edward "Buddy Walker" Wolkiewicz of Salem; sisters-in-law, Ellen DuBois and her husband Glenn of Lunenburg, Jean Kenney and her husband Dick of Salem, Mary Toppan of Gloucester; brothers-in-law; Edward Wolkiewicz and his wife Ida of Venice, FL, Jesse Wolkiewicz and his wife Robin of Salem, and the late James Wolkiewicz; along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral Services will be held at the First Baptist Church, 221 Cabot Street, Beverly, on Friday at 10:00 A.M. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours will be held at the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street, BEVERLY, on Thursday from 4 to 8 P.M. Burial will be in Central Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in Dana's Memory to Beverly Hospital, 85 Herrick St., Beverly, MA 01915. Information, directions, and to send condolences, please visit:
Published in The Boston Globe on Aug. 27, 2014
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