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Mr. Coffey’s exploits included arresting the gangster John J. Gotti, uncovering fraud at the Vatican Bank and investigating the Lufthansa heist.
COFFEY--Rose M. Died May 23rd, 2004 in Manhattan. Beloved to family and friends. She is survived by two daughters, Rosemary Dann, Coral Springs, Florida, and Isabell Coffey-King, NYC, and her granddaughter Patricia Dann Loyde, Richmond, Virginia. Services at the convenience of the family.
COFFEY-Josephine M. (nee Campbell). Age 82. Died peacefully at her home on March 1, 2001. Devoted wife of Jeremiah P. Coffey for sixty years. Loving mother of Josephine, Jeremiah, Patrick, James, Catherine, Justin, Moira, Helen and Jane. Loving grandmother of Matthew, Erin, John, Carolyn, Owen, Aedan, Elena, Julia, Sarah, Gregory, Jenny and Josephine. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Teresa of Avila Church (Memorial Hall), 306 Morris Ave, Summit, N.J. on Monday, March 5th a ...
COFFEY-Joseph F. (Joe). Cinematographer. Of NYC and Easthampton. On March 8, 2000. Beloved husband of Arlene. Adored father of David. Dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Jacob Perlow Hospice. Memorial to be held in the future.
COFFEY-Helen Rizsak. On June 3, 1999 of Plainfield, N.J, formerly of Passaic, N.J. Mother of Barbara Gubelman, grandmother of Helena, Mary and Ronald, great grandmother of Veronica and Samuel. Memorial services to be announced at later date. Donations in her name to Center for Hope Hospice, 176 Hussa Street, Linden, N.J, 07036 will be appreciated.
COFFEY-Maria (nee Conway). On June 28, 1998, age 89 of Haddonfield, formerly of Floral Park, NY, wife of the late Edmund P. and mother of the late Eugenie. Survived by 3 daughters, Margaret Josephs, of Huntington, NY, Sheila Hawkes, of Haddonfield, NJ and Monica Coffey, of Ann Arbor, MI, two sons, Timothy, of Mineola, NY & Edmund, of Hawaii, 7 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to a Memorial Mass, Saturday, 10:30AM, Our Lady of Victory, RC Church, Floral Par ...
COFFEY-Burton L., 81, Rockport, Maine, former Caltex Petroleum executive, died unexpectedly here, June 3, 1997. He formerly resided in Riverside, CT. Predeceased by his wife, Esther Nancy Coffey in 1995. Mr. Coffey is survived by one son, Burton T., Sr. of Rockport; a daughter, Emily Jean Coffey of New York City; one sister and three grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday, June 7, 1997 at St. Peters Episcopal Church, Rockland. For information contact Burpee-Strong Fun ...
Jack Coffey of Fordham Dies; Athletic Director for 33 Years; Baseball Coach, 78, Played in the Big Leagues--Field Named in His Honor
Coffey, Jack (Jno F)
JIM COFFEY, 68, EX-HEAVYWEIGHT; Professional Boxer, '12-19, Known as the Roscommon Giant Is Dead in Dublin
Jack Coffey, a Grand Old Ram, Gets Tribute From 400 Friends; Retiring Graduate Manager of Athletics and Baseball Coach at Fordham Feted -- Cardinal Spellman Speaks
hon, dinner; Fordham U plans award in his hon
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