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Brendan J. Greene

Plymouth, Massachusetts


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James A. Murphy & Son Funeral Home Obituary

GREENE, Brendan J. In Plymouth, formerly of Dorchester, died September 10, 2019. Beloved son of the late Patrick J. and Mary A. (Brophy) Greene. Loving brother of Robert M. and his wife Dorothy L. Greene of South Easton, Frank J. and his wife Olivia A. Greene of Dorchester, Richard P. and...

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Bob Greene, Just today I learned of Bredan's passing. I remember him well from our days in Dorchester. He loved his 1957 Chevrolet. Our sincerest condolences. Dave McStowe

I have just learned of Brendan's death.Had I learned earlier , I would have attended the services. I will keep all the Greene Family in my prayers. Mike Donovan

To the entire Greene family,
So sorry to hear of the passing of Brendan. I treasure the memories of growing up in Savin Hill and seeing your family just about every day as your back yard faced mine. Then, as I grew older, the memories of hanging out with Brendan and the guys at Katies and the Adelphia will never be forgotten. Our Sincere Condolences. Rest in Peace Brendan.

Sorry to hear of Brendan's passing. I enjoyed seeing him around the old neighborhood. We'd talk about anything and everything. He was a good and kind soul. Our condolences to the Greene Family. Bob & Joan Gallagher

Bobby and Frankie: Jack and I want to express our deepest sympathy on your loss of Brendan. Sorry we couldn't make it to Murphy's, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

So very sorry to hear of Brendan's passing.I met him when I was to Boston in 1971,very nice man.May he R.I.P.

Sorry to hear of Brendan's passing.My condolences to all of Brendan's family.May he R.I.P.

Our heartfeld condolences to the Family. Brendan was well cared for and loved by all. Love Bill and Janet McKennon

My condolences to all the family. I only met Brendan once it was a very memorable meeting, as I am a cousin from Newfoundland from his fathers side of the family. Myself and my wife visited Boston and Plymouth for our first time and we're very fortunate to meet Brendan at his Brother John's place in Plymouth. He came out on the deck and told jokes with us , he made us feel very welcome. On our last night in Boston he made a special effort to call me to say a heartfelt goodbye. I am honoured...