OBITUARY

Eileen M. Maher

December 16, 1955March 16, 2021
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Eileen Margarette Maher, daughter of Michael and Adele, departed on Tuesday, March 16th at 5:30 am. She was 65 years old and was a lifelong resident of Monroe, NY. Eileen was met in heaven by her parents Michael and Adele, her brothers Joseph, Robert and John, her great nephews Anthony and Henry and her lifetime friends Donna Morrisey, Vera Cerrito, Gaspare Crescimano and Edward and Danielle Joyce. She is survived by her older brother Christopher, her younger brother Brian and wife Barbara. Also sisters-in-law Yvonne, Arlene, Donna and Nancy. Also survived by those who considered her a 2nd mother, her nieces and nephews; Margaret and husband Ricardo Assad and daughter Danika, Stephanie Maher and husband James and children Isabel, Lyla and James Jr., Christopher Maher Jr. and his son Myles, Joseph Maher and fiancé’ Jackie and their children Brandon and Sophie, John and his wife Jennifer Maher and their daughters Abigail and Annabelle, Angela Maher, her fiance’ Shehzad and her son David, Bridgette and husband Michael Flores, Katherine Maher and her fiance’ John Paul and Jennifer Maher and her fiancé’ Steven. Aunt Eileen sacrificed her entire life for us and would give the shirt off her back for someone in need and we will NEVER forget that! Eileen had an army of amazing nieces and nephews; Jaime Deaver, Greg Deaver, Nicole Fini, Heather Daley, Kelly Maher, Lyssa Fargnoli, Anastasia Maher, Brianna Maher, Chistina Maher, Adele Maher and countless others. She also had two additional sisters, Maureen and Kathleen and two pre-deceased brothers, Michael and Daniel. Eileen also leaves behind several best friends throughout the years. Patricia Joyce, Barbara Karl, Kathie Ziegler, Debbie Roberts, Robert Polanza, and Kaye Crescimano. Anyone who knew Eileen, knew her love of animals. Her fur babies Leo, Eddie, King, Chance, Bosco, Karma, Roley, Dom, Mia, Lola and Zoe will miss her dearly. She was a devoted woman of faith and had a lifelong standing relationship with the Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate Convent, Marycrest in Monroe, NY. In her spare time Eileen’s main passion was cooking. She made it look easy! She was a published Poet, had a love of photography, was an amazing artist and was very strong-minded, vocal about her beliefs and was a mentor of family and tradition. Eileen saw that a good meal and a strong cup of coffee could settle it all…..and a piece of chocolate never hurt! Eileen will be missed dearly. This is not goodbye! We will See You Next Tuesday, Ei! Visitation will be Tuesday March 23, 4-8 pm at David T Ferguson Funeral Home, 20 North Street, Washingtonville, NY. Mass of Christian burial will be Wednesday March 24, 11:00 am at Sacred Heart Church, 26 Still Road, Monroe, New York 10950. Cremation will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Eileen’s name to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Fundraiser name is “In Memory of Eileen M. Maher”. To leave an online condolence please visit www.davidtfergusonfh.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Cremation Will Be Private

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Donna Daley

March 22, 2021

I didn’t know Eileen personally, but knew her older brother, John. Judging by John’s remembrances of his little sister & my daughter-in-law, Heather’s memories, Eileen was an exceptional woman. She left a positive impression on everyone she ever met. She was a gentle, loving woman who leaves an indelible imprint on many hearts. God speed, Eileen.....Donna

Jennifer Maher

March 20, 2021

We miss you so much! I love you and we see you on the other side!

Bridgette Flores

March 20, 2021

Margaret Maher

March 19, 2021

Christmas 1958
Aunt Eileen and Uncle Brian

Richard Morrisey

March 19, 2021

Late night CB club meetings at the Monroe Diner. So many good memories.

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