Staten Island, New York

1932 - 2018


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Kenneth J. O'Brien, 85 Proud Marine, retired FDNY firefighter, business owner, accomplished builder and carpenter Ken O'Brien, 85, of Port Richmond, died peacefully on Friday, May 18, 2018. A lifelong Staten Islander, Ken was born on Aug. 8, 1932, to Alice and John O'Brien of Rainbow Avenue, Port...

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Kenny, friend neighbor and partner in Clear View Home Improvement fellow NYC Fire Dept.
prayers and blessings. Miss you and all the good times together, your friend Eddie Larsen

Dear Kenny, I always look for you on your porch when I walk from Forest Ave. I put a flag there on Monday after the parade. We knew each other from Rainbow Ave, growing up. Later on we renewed a friendship as I i was secretary to Lou Mangone for many years.
I never knew a nicer fellow as you. May God caaress you in his loving arms.
Carmella (Colca) Saccente

Semper Fi, Kenny!!! God Bless You always to a fine and upstanding man. Rest in Peace. Tommy Woodford

Hi Tommy
To you, your siblings and all your extended families-
I was so, so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Your Mom and Dad were both always so friendly, so funny and good caring people. Of course it brings back so many memories of when you guys were here in Florida so long ago. I can picture your parents at Winnie and Paul's house with my Mom and Dad, my Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bob for many Superbowls, New Years Parties and any other chance to get together and they would tell...

Dear Kevin, Patty, Colleen & Tom,
and to all the members of your families......

It is a very sad day learning of your Dad's passing. Losing someone
is always difficult but seeing the end of a generation is even sadder.
Your Dad has always been an inspiration to both his family & friends
for his dedication to his country and the Marine Corp.
Thinking of your parents both in SI and here in Florida along with
Winnie, Paul, brings back lots of...

Sêmper Fi
The Marines of MCL Det. 246