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Daniel Kerrigan

Stoneham, Massachusetts

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KERRIGAN, Daniel Of Stoneham, January 24, 2010 at age 70. Beloved husband of Brenda M. (Schultz) Kerrigan. Devoted father of Mark Kerrigan, Michael Kerrigan and his wife Cindy, Nancy Kerrigan Solomon and her husband Jerry. Cherished grandfather of Meaghan, Daniel, Kathryn, Mary, Matthew, Brian...

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Sending the Kerrigan family and the soul of Daniel Kerrigan many blessings and strength through Jesus Christ and the intersession of The Blessed Mother.
Yvonne and Gloria Oliver

For the Kerrigan family, I am truly sorry for your lost. My family and I will keep your family in prayer. Stay strong and trust in the Lord. Yolanda Little Pontiac, MI................................

Dear Nancy and Kerrigan family,

May God strengthen and encourage your hearts during this, your time of precious loss! He understands your pain because He gave His ONLY BEGOTTEN SON, JESUS, that we through Him, may have eternal life with Him.

Be encouraged, God is still in control!

Dear Cindy,
I am so sorry to hear about your father-in-law and the sadness for you and your family. I am not surprized that you gave a wonderful eulogy and were a support to the family. Wish I were near to give you a hug! When I see you in Orono in June, plan on some hugs then...You are in my prayers!
Love, Beth

Dear Nancy and the Kerrigan Family:

I am sorry for your loss. May the past fond memories become the source of your comfort. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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YOUR LOVE WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART.
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I'LL CLING ON TO YOUR LOVE
IN MY HEART;

I WON'T LET GO OF YOUR LOVE
IN MY HEART,

YOUR LOVE WILL REMAIN IN MY

Dear Nancy & Brenda,
Bob and I send our sincere sympathies to you and your family. Dan was a wonderful, kind, and supportive husband and father; we were very aware of his devotion to all of you during your years at SCOB and later as the skating career expanded. He was very proud of all of you and devoted to his family. We are saddened by your loss and hope that your fond memories of him will be of some comfort.
Our condolences and friendship,
The Hunnewells

Please hold each other as tightly as your beloved father always held you.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

With deepest sympathy and respect,


Lisa Anne Di Nicola
Waldwick, New Jersey
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I wish to send you my deepest condolences for your loss. Words cannot express what a tragedy this is for you. His spirit will always be with you and may God give you peace at this difficult time. GOD BLESS