Maureen T. O'Keefe

Malden, West Roxbury, Massachusetts


Malden, West Roxbury, Massachusetts


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Of Malden, March 16, 2003, unexpectedly. Beloved daughter of the late Edward T. & Marion (Foisy) O'Keefe. Loving sister & sister in law of Edward T. Jr. & his wife Bernice of Malden, Richard F. & his wife Eleanor of Salem, NH, Ronald P. & his wife Helen M. of West Roxbury....

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I posted 2 photos. I am sorry for your loss. I saw my cousin Rick Dermody and his wife's posting. So we are relatives although never met. I have a web site with a lot of family information and photos. Just Google
Patrick J Griffin Find A Grave
and it will bring you to his page, all family members are linked so you can go page to page. I have some photos of Mamie and Paddy I will add.
Al Girolamo
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Painting of Katherine O'keefe (mother of Mame Okeefe Griffin, married to Patrick (Paddy) E Boston

Katherine and Cornelius O'Keefe (my Gr Gr Parents

Dear Ones: We are sorry we could not be with you at this time of the loss of Maureen. Be assured you are remembered in prayer and that Maureen has gone to be with those that have passed away before her and in God's good gracious time we will go to be reunited with Maureen and them. (Among them her dear parents and Aunt Mamie and Uncle Paddy). Please accept our sympathy. God bless you.
Sincerely yours,
Rick and Hanna Dermody
164 Hermon Street
Winthrop, ...

Dear O'Keefe family,
I am so sorry to hear of Maureen's passing. I know that she was making great progress with her rehab and was looking forward to the future with great hope. We have lost a wonderful, caring, talented woman. She will be sorely missed.
Liz & Ed Lombardozzi
St.Pete Beach, Florida

Dear O'Keefe Family -

We send our deep condolences to the whole family - we are so sorry to learn of Maureen's passing! She was a wonderful friend for so many years, and will be terribly missed by everyone who knew her - she brought such a positive presence to each individual which will be always treasured.


Jack and Betty Ann Callanan