Eugene-GAFFNEY-Obituary

Eugene P. GAFFNEY

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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I knew Mr. Gaffney since I was a kid and he was always welcoming, kind, and supportive of my ways whenever I would come over to pick Bridget, Amy, and their Grandma. Haha. Love you, Geno.

Dearest Amy, I am very saddened to hear about your father's passing. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy and love to you and your family. Zeba & family-

Amy,

My family is saddened by the passing of your father. Please accept our heart-felt condolences. Mr. Gaffney did a lot of wonderful things and the one that I can relate to is teaching English as a second language. All of those he has thought are now part of the this country and would forever be thankful for the great knowledge he passed on to them.

Amy and Bridget- So sorry for the loss of your father, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids

I knew Gene from the pharmacy in Arden Hills. He was one of the nicest and kindest persons I knew. He loved his family very much. My sympathy to all of you.
God Bless,
Julie


Mr. Gaffney invariably gave me an exuberant welcome at the front door, even if I'd been over (to play w/ Amy) the day before.
We should all extend such warm welcomes.
My condolences Amy/Brachios, Bridget/Burns

I knew Gene from the pharmacy in Arden Hills. He was always a secial person. I loved to be there when he came in. his family was truley blessed to have him a part of it. My sympathy to his entire family
God Bless,
Julie

Amy, Bridget and family,

We were saddened to read of the passing of your father and grandfather. He will live on in your memories and your hearts. God's peace to all of you.

Fondly,

Dad - Thank you for your unconditional love and for teaching me the importance of family, friends, and laughter. You will be missed every day.
Love

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Eugene's Obituaries

Loved Father, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle Teacher and Friend ~ Age 82 Of Apple Valley, passed away on Friday, October 12, 2012. Survived by sister Patricia (James) Schlacks, daughters Amy (Benjamin) Brachio and Bridget (Tim) Burns, grandchildren Abby, Lily, Caleb, Shannon & Connor, nephews...

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