Cornelius Fitzsimons

January 15, 1940November 1, 2018

Cornelius Fitzsimons was born on January 15, 1940 and passed away on November 1, 2018 in PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania.


Cornelius Fitzsimons

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George Cassidy

December 4, 2018

Connie and I were classmates at St. John's and fellow members of what was then the Gaelic Club. Although we lost touch after leaving the college. I remember him as a vivacious soul with a positivr outlook and a keen sens of humor. I imagine all those qualities will be missed by those who knew him, but he's in a better place.

theresa fischer

November 14, 2018

Our deepest sympathy, our hearts and prayers go out to you all.
We love you

Brendan, Rose, Rosa & Elaine Collum

November 7, 2018

Dear Sue,

We extend our heartfelt sympathy to you, Neil, Christine and all the family on the loss of Conny.
Conny was a great character, so kind and generous.
He is a cherished cousin now and always.

Thinking of you all at this sad time,
Love Brendan, Rose, Rosa & Elaine Collum, Drumlish, Longford, Ireland

Joan Rossiter

November 7, 2018

Dear Sue, I was happy to have met Connie in BJ's with you recently. This will be a difficult time, but know that all your friends from bridge are here to support you.

Carolynn Flaherty

November 5, 2018

Dear Sue,

Mac and I would like to express our deepest condolences in the loss of your husband. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

With our sympathy,

Carolynn and Mac

Pat and Ann Irwin

November 5, 2018

We first met Conny 20 years ago on our first visit to 26 th street with our children Padraig and Ciaran on a trip to see my Uncle Sean O'Neill . Conny was the first neighbor to embrace us like a warm overcoat .we we're invited for breakfast,dinner and drinks on several occasions and treated so well by Conny and Sue . ( He even had the Irish drink Poiteen😅). From that first meeting every time we travelled from Ireland Conny had the Irish flag flying from his deck to welcome us.
Conny was a true gentleman..full of mischievous humour and always had an Irish twinkle in his eye .
If anything needed mending in Uncle Sean's... just had to ask Conny . He would appear with hammer,string,tacks,sellotape,.whatever was needed .a man of such talents .
Conny .....we will miss you so much ..
26th Street in Barnegat Light will never be the same again .....
May your very gentle soul rest in peace.
Your Irish friends ....

Pat,Ann, Padraig and Ciaran .

Pat & Ger Lanigan Ryan

November 5, 2018

Dear Sue & All the Family,
Our deepest sympathy to you all on the passing of Conny.
May He Rest in Peace
Pat & Geraldine Lanigan Ryan (Tipperary, Ireland)

Rafael Martinez

November 4, 2018

Dear Sue,
On behalf of the Beach Haven Yacht Club, Karen and I wish to offer our deepest condolences on the loss of your loving husband and our friend Conny.
Rafael and Karen Martinez and the Beach Haven Yacht Club

Charles Farrell

November 3, 2018

Dear Sue,
Loretta and I offer our deepest sympathies and condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will surely be missed at the BHYC.
Charlie and Loretta Farrell

Linda Henderson

November 3, 2018

Dear Sue,
So sorry to hear of Conny's passing. Although Jim and I have only known him a short time through BHYC, he was always very welcoming and friendly toward us. We hope wonderful memories will help you and your family through this most difficult time of grief.
Linda Henderson