Edward C Clohessey
June 20, 1952 – June 7, 2020
Edward C Clohessey was called home to our lord on June 7th, 2020. He was born June 20th, 1952 in Brooklyn, New York to Edward & Frances Clohessey. He was a unique and caring individual who touched the lives of all who knew him. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York was married and relocated to Key West, Florida via the US Army. He eventually resided in Vernon, New Jersey with his ex-wife Janet and child Edward until 1982 when he moved to Sparta / Andover and lived until his passing in Sparta, NJ.
Edward was a devoted Father and Grandfather. He enjoyed the simple things in life. He made long lasting friendships in both his personal and professional life.
He is preceded in death by his parent, Edward S. Clohessey. He is survived by his son, Edward and his wife Lisa, Granddaughter Carly Clohessey, and Grandson Collin Clohessey. He is also survived by his Brother Charlie in New Jersey, Brother James and wife Valerie from Missouri, Sister Frances and husband Jeff from New Jersey and Brother Joseph and wife Kathleen, Nephews Andrew, Joseph; Nieces Amanda, Alexandria, Veronica, Rebecca and Sophie.
He will be greatly missed by many. Remember his sense of humor & kind and loving heart. Most will never forget his smile, deep voice and the willingness to always help.
Viewing and services will be held on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 6pm at Goble Funeral Home 22 Main St., Sparta, NJ 07871.
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Edward C Clohessey
June 16, 2020
Ed was a great leader and teacher of life. I worked with him for about 3 years and he always had a word to say good or bad he spoke his mind. He loved his job and did it to his best every day. Ed was a good friend to many workers and residents of Bristol Glenn. Always remember his smile it was of a true man every day he walked this earth. May god bless him and his family always. Rest in peace my friend you left us too soon.
June 14, 2020
My name is Carol Siro. I am also speaking on behalf of Louise Tamboer. Frances, Louise and I used to sit behind you and your dearly departed husband in church. Louise and I are very sorry for the loss of your son, Edward. I met him when he was working at Bristol Glen as that is where my parents were. He was a hard worker and very pleasant to everyone. I am sure you will miss him dearly. Again, Louise and I are so sorry and we will keep him, you, and your family in our prayers. Most sincerely, Carol and Louise