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Obituary for Daniel O'Halloran

Daniel O'Halloran
Daniel O'Halloran of Medfield and Chatham, MA., formerly of Boston (Roxbury) died peacefully on Sunday February 5, 2017. He is survived by his beloved wife of 55 years, Joanne (Brown) O'Halloran and daughter Suzanne O'Halloran. He was 'Uncle Dan' to Stephen and Tim O'Halloran, Kate O'Halloran Armanetti, as well as David, Michael, Peter Walsh and Ann Walsh Irwin. He is also the proud brother of Stephen O'Halloran who entered into eternal life on January 6, 2017, survived by his wife Margaret, as well as his brother-in- law Joseph Keane and his wife Lois. His parents were Christine O'Brien O'Halloran and Edward O'Halloran who immigrated to Boston from Cork City, Ireland. He is survived by many extended cousins both here in the U.S., as well as Ireland and England. As a U.S. Army Corporal of Artillery, Daniel was a proud veteran who served his country during the Korean War. He is a graduate of B.C. High and Northeastern University. Prior to retirement, Dan had a long career as a Sr. VP for Anderson-Nichols, an engineering and architectural firm, overseeing Finance and Administration. For many years, Dan was a member of the Boston Athletic Club (BAC) and an active participant in the club's racquetball community. He was also a member of Erie Society of Boston. Dan loved a good a sense of humor and a laugh. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to the Fund for B.C. High, 150 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA. 02125
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