Acknowledgement: Gary Feeney of Sligo and Boston who died tragically on 13th April 2013
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|Rest in Peace, Gary Feeny (12/12/88 - 4/13/13)|
Gary's wife and family wish to thank all those who sympathized with us both in Boston and in Sligo on our tragic loss.
We wish to thank the New York State Police and the Staff of Saratoga Hospital, friends and family who traveled to Saratoga Hospital.
Gormley Funeral Undertakers, Boston, Quincy, Brookline and MAAS State Police and Gary's work colleagues, friends who escorted him back to Boston by convoy, Gary's uncles and extended families for all they have done.
Fr Finn and Fr McCarthy for the use of the Church for the wake and who celebrated Gary's funeral Mass.
Paul Friel and Kevin Doherty for the music and Steve Cassidy for the eulogy.
Aer Lingus for all their kindness on the flights and all those who helped organize flights.
Sweeney Undertakers, Fr Gerry Gillespie, the many neighbors, family and friends who traveled to Shannon to escort Gary home to Lugdoon.
Fr Anthony and Fr Gerry for attending the house and saying prayers/rosary throughout.
Neighbors, family and friends for their support, kindness and help.
Michael Finnegan for the use of his buses and all those who drove them from the family home on Thursday and Friday.
The gravediggers, the many friends and family who traveled home and those who were represented.
The many priests who attended the house. Fr John Judge and all the priests who concelebrated the funeral Mass. The Mass server Kieran Friel, Daniel McCaron, Kieran Roskey, Shane Devlin and Johnny Towey who traveled from Donegal to do music in the Church.
The flag carriers, bikers, boy racers and truck drivers and every one who helped organize the Mass and took part.
Everyone who attended the Mass and graveyard and the GAA Guard of Honor. Also Garda John McGuinness and Derek O' Donnell.
All those who gave flowers, Mass cards and donations to the Lung & Asthma Society.
All those who have not been individually mentioned but was not un-noticed please accept this acknowledgement as a token as a sincere appreciation and gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions.
Gary's Memorial Mass will be celebrated in St. Brendan's Church, Dorchester on Saturday June 15th at 4pm.
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