Gillooly Funeral Home

126 Walpole Street Norwood, MA


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    Fred Joseph Wobrock

    General Manager

    Frederick has been the managing funeral director at the Gillooly Funeral Home in Norwood since 2008. Born and raised in Troy, New York, Frederick's career in funeral service started at 16 years old, when he began working for funeral homes in Troy and Clifton Park. Upon graduation from the Hudson Valley Mortuary Science program, he served his apprenticeship and subsequently earned his New York State funeral director's license in 1996. In 2001, Frederick graduated from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in human resource management. In 2004, Frederick moved to Boston, where he began working for J. S. Waterman & Sons Funeral Service. Frederick earned his Massachusetts funeral director's license in 2004. He has a sister, Kristen, and is the proud uncle of Griffin and Ava, all of New York.

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    David Edmund Comeau

    Funeral Director

    David E. Comeau has been a licensed funeral director and decedent care specialist with Gillooly Funeral Home since 2014. David became a funeral professional out of a desire to help his own family deal with the loss of his niece who passed away from a congenital disease and today treats each family as if they were his own. David graduated from the Funeral Institute of the Northeast in Norwood and served in Worcester and Boston funeral homes before joining the Norwood community.

    In his free time David likes to ride his motorcycle and participate in charity rides that benefit children and children's hospitals.

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    Eric A Fay

    Funeral Director

    Eric A. Fay Sr. is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He has been a member of the Gillooly Funeral Home team since 2011. Eric works diligently to ensure that every detail of a funeral or memorial is addressed and that the services he helps plan are respectful and comforting for the families.

    Eric attended Norfolk County Agricultural High School and graduated first in his class from the Funeral Institute of the North East, where he was inducted into Mu Sigma Alpha  (the honor society for mortuary school graduates). He was class speaker and received the peer-tutoring award in recognition of his assisting fellow students in their goals of becoming funeral service professionals.

    He is active in the community, a member of The Society in Dedham for Apprehending Horse Thieves, and a member of the American Radio Relay League. Eric and his wife, Simone, live in Dedham and have 2 children, Eric Jr. and Ronald.