Joseph-Brennan-Obituary

Joseph W. Brennan

OMAHA, Nebraska

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Our sympathy and our prayers go out to Pat and family for an untimely loss

Pat and Family, Our heart goes out to you during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

I knew Joe from friends during high school- Tom Kavanaugh, Mouse, Mark Wolf, and others. I remember Joe for his dry wit, funny sense of humor and just being a kind soul.
I am extremely sorry for your loss and pray that your fond and loving memories of him will help you through this difficult time. Be Gentle With Yourselves.
Sincerely, Kelly Latimer-Briggs

Our deepest condolences for your loss, Brennan Family. May you find peace of mind and comfort from the God of all comfort and the Hearer of prayer during this time of grief.

Mrs. Brennan and Family,
I am so very sorry for the passing of Joe. I worked with him 30+ years ago at Smith Barney. A few years back, I called him at the World Herald. He seemed amazed that I still remembered him. From the obituary and other postings, he must have remained a very nice person (as he was years ago).

Dear Pat and Joe's family: Tim and I are so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful and talented person. Tim went to high school with Joe at Ryan High School and I worked with him at the Gateway and went to college with him. We have not seen him in years but both of us have fond memories of Joe. God bless you all and may you find peace in knowing that he made a huge difference to those who knew and cared about him. RIP old friend.

To Pat, Molly, Rose and David,
I was so lucky to have known Joe. You are in my prayers.

Dear Pat,
Please know that my prayers are with you and your family. May the love of God heal and comfort your hearts.
Aubray Orduna

We are very sorry for your loss.
Bob & Chris Filipowicz

Obituary

Joseph's Obituary

Joseph Brennan passed away in OMAHA, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Joseph are being provided by John A. Gentleman Mortuaries. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on June 18, 2014.