Daniel J Sheedy

Died: Sat., Jul. 29, 2017


Visitation

3:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 03, 2017
Location: Thomas McInerney's Sons Funeral Home


Prayer Service

8:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Aug. 03, 2017
Location: Thomas McInerney's Sons funeral home


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Daniel J. Sheedy. 86 years. Veteran United States Army - Korea. Beloved husband of 50 years to Diana (nee Brosmore) Sheedy. Devoted father of Greg (Sherry) Posey, late Deborah St. Michael, Daniel (Maureen), Noreen (Anthony) Leato, Kathleen (Philip) Anderson, John (Natasha), Diana (Robert) Hentgen, Maryann (Joseph) Shaughnessy. Adored “Papa” of 18, grandchildren. Great grandfather of 4. Cherished son of the late Daniel (late Nora) Sheedy. Dear brother of 8. Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Lifelong Canaryville resident. Friend to many. Visitation will take place on Thursday, August 3, 2017, beginning at 3:00 p.m. and concluding with an 8: 00 p.m. chapel prayer service. Pastor Thomas Griffin presiding. The family will again gather at the Thomas McInerney’s Sons Funeral Home, 4635 South Wallace Street, Chicago, IL, on Friday August 4, 2017, at 9: 15 a.m. Interment: Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. (773) 268-0703   

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Cindy McBride
   Posted Mon July 31, 2017
Thoughts and prayers are with your family at this troubled time. Dan was such a sweet man and a great neighbor to my dad. He will be missed.

Christle Dissette-Quinn
   Posted Mon July 31, 2017
Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. Mr sheedy was such a wonderful person to know and grow up with!

Mike Pierce
   Posted Tue August 01, 2017
A real gentleman. Will be missed

Paul o Connor
   Posted Wed August 02, 2017
We will miss you uncle Danny . We have lots of wonderful memories and stories from your visits home to Ireland and will raise a glass in Foley's to a true gentleman

Trish Hall
   Posted Wed August 02, 2017
Goodbye's are not forever, Goodbye's are not the end. It simply means we will miss you until we meet again.

Sean OConnor
   Posted Wed August 02, 2017
This man was a Dad to me, more then my own father would ever be. I looked up to him a lot growing up, with my sister and brother, while in the custody of him and his wife my Aunt Diana. He was my idle, also a hero to me, did everything with him and went everywhere with him as well. He will FOREVER be in my heart, along with so many others... Love You Always Uncle Danny(pops), you will be very much so missed, but never ever forgotten. my thoughts and prayers go out to the rest of all my family that going through this really hard, sad, and emotional time.... LOVE YOU ALL

Corina Sheedy
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
Danny's visits to Ireland are a feature of our childhood memories - his wide smile and big laugh. He will always be remembered. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis

Martin Fahy
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
We will leave a pint in Foley's for you Danny.....We will miss you stories.xx

Mike Fahy
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
Dan's annual trips to Ireland were one of the highlights of every summer . The stories and the fun and happiness that he brought will never be forgotten.
Sincere condolences to all his family and friends.


Declan & Cathy O'Connor
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
We will miss you uncle Danny. A true gentleman.

Margaret Sheedy
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
With brilliant memories of a very special brother. I will miss you coming back to Broadford. All my love to Diane and all the family, Margaret.

marian fahy purcell
   Posted Thu August 03, 2017
Dear Danny.
May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face, and
rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May god hold you in the palm of his hand.........

My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. Danny was a great man and we always had such fun with him when he arrived home. The place always seemed a bit brighter. He had a story for every occasion usually about his family or the army or someone he remembered from old. He will be sadly sadly missed. We will raise a glass to him here in Broadford, and maybe have a little waltz up the road in his memory. Rest in Peace dear uncle and take care of mom.

Pádraig, Ayesha and Brefní
   Posted Fri August 04, 2017
From Banemore to Chicago, Uncle Danny you did it all. Thanks for all the pop and candy and those big hands of warmth. Top man, top Uncle. Thanks for all the fond memories

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