Edward O'Brien
1938 - 2018
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Edward T. O'Brien Jr. was born June 26, 1938 in Denver, Colorado to Ed Sr. and Florence O'Brien. Ed went to Graland Country Day School, East High School and University of Colorado. Ed served in the Coast Guard and was past president of Lions Club. Ed followed in his father's footsteps as an insurance broker with E. T. O'Brien Agency established in 1932 by Ed Sr. Ed retired as president of E. T. O'Brien Agency in 2014. Ed's favorite things were being with his family, having a good conversation and the Denver Broncos. Ed is survived by his wife Danielle, his children Ellen (Mike Van Veen) O'Brien, Edward (Paige) T. O'Brien III, Chantal O'Brien and Kevin (Brooke) O'Brien and 7 grandchildren, Patrick, Emma, Ryan, Lily, Teddy, Kenna and Brooklyn. The family wants to give special thanks to John Tenorio, who took special care of Ed in his last year of life. Services will be held, Saturday, January 6th at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 2626 E. 7th Avenue Parkway at 1:00 with reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to Lion's Club International Foundation or Parkinson's Foundation.

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Published in Denver Post from Jan. 5 to Jan. 7, 2018.
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January 6, 2018
To all the O'Brien family,
We are so sorry to hear about Edward. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Edward was a special man and treated us like his own family. We hope that the comfort of your friends and family help give you strength and remind you that Edward rests in everlasting peace with Our Lord in heaven. With our love,
Jerry, Jacqueline, Leonard, Ken, Denise and Michelle Kundrick
January 5, 2018
We are sending lots of love to you and yours. Ed was a lovely man and clearly beloved by his family. Laura Fulginiti and Dan Martin
Laura F
January 4, 2018
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