Jeremiah J. Breen

December 9, 1937February 12, 2020

Jeremiah J. Breen was born on December 9, 1937 and passed away on February 12, 2020.


  • Visitation Monday, February 17, 2020
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, February 18, 2020


Jeremiah J. Breen

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Gabe Stamos

February 19, 2020

Just learned of Jerrys passing. We had a few arguments but after the things that were said they were forgotten. Jerry was a good guy and a pleasure to work with. R.I.P Jerry save a seat for me.

Nora Coyne

February 18, 2020

Jerry, my stepdad, has been an important part of my life and my family's as well. He is greatly missed and taking care of him these past few years was an honor. To all the PATH friends I thank you for these wonderful tributes and memories, they really are comforting to read and confirm what I thought - he was a good friend and was respected for his colorful language and his dedication to his job at PATH.

Louis Ambrosio

February 17, 2020

You always knew where you stood with Jerry. He would always let me know when I was doing something right or going in the wrong direction. You could always count on Jerry keeping you safe..My God bless you and keep you.

Roy Kochenash

February 17, 2020

Colorful to say the least. working with carmine and I fell asleep in back room at wtc. Missed first trip. Carmine told him I fell asleep. He’s says how am I supposed to explain that. Saw him at Jsq a couple hours later from across the way just raised a fist at me like he wanted to kill me. Wouldn’t hurt anyone if he didn’t have to. Rest In Peace Jerry.

Tom Collins

February 17, 2020

Jerry, a good friend and co-worker,
his friendship and colorful language will be miss by all who worked with him.
Rest In Peace Jerry.

Carmine Priore

February 17, 2020

Never forget the trip to South Bend to see Notre Dame play with you and Smitty. Was a trip working with you and being a friend. Thanks for the Memories say hello to Smitty for me. Have a smoothed train ride. Rest In Peace my Friend. 🚂🚂🚂

Darrick Reid

February 17, 2020

I worked with Jerry at PATH for many years and he was always one to share a laugh with you! He was great at his job at the Trainmaster's desk, dedicated to the task at hand! He was always a joy to spend time with! Rest In Peace, Brother!

Anita Aguilar

February 17, 2020

No nonsense kind of guy. Last time I saw him he picked the winning number and I won. May he rest in Peace 🙏🌹

Alan Zelazo

February 17, 2020

This is very sad news. He was very supportive of me as a new Towerman at PATH Jerry always knew how to make things move along. May he be riding 'The Speed" to heaven.

Michael Scott

February 17, 2020

Jerry’s legacy is that of a dedicated professional railroad supervisor. His expertise, good humor and stalwart support of PATH will always be remembered and appreciated by all who worked with him.
I know your train ride to eternal rest will be “on time”.