OBITUARY

Timothy J. O'Leary

July 27, 1944January 30, 2019
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Timothy J. O’Leary, 74 of Farmington, NY and previously of Rock Tavern, NY. Timothy passed away on January 30, 2019 in Rochester, NY. Tim was born on July 27, 1944 in Bronx, New York to Timothy and Mary (O’Keefe) O’Leary. Tim worked for Fed Ex for over 30 years as a courier. He is survived by his brother Kevin and 11 Nieces & Nephews. He was active in his community, donating his time to the Blooming Grove Meals-On-Wheels program as well as the FISH Program, an organization that distributes medical supplies to needy residents of the community. Visitation will be on Sunday Feb 3, 2-4 & 6-8 pm at David T Ferguson Funeral Home, 20 North Street, Washingtonville, New York. Mass of Christian Burial will be on Monday Feb. 4, 10:00 am at St. Mary’s Church, 42 Goshen Avenue, Washingtonville, NY. Burial to follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Washingtonville, NY In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to BrightFocus.org, an Alzheimer’s research foundation. To leave an online condolence please visit www.davidtfergusonfh.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, February 3, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, February 4, 2019
  • Burial Following Funeral Mass Monday, February 4, 2019
REMEMBERING

Timothy J. O'Leary

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Jacqueline O'Melia

February 19, 2019

You were such a great friend..I will alway's miss you

Dori Avalo Maul

February 13, 2019

Timmy and I go way back when we were kids on Cauldwell Avenue in the Bronx. We shared many memories as teenagers, and connected again as adults. He was always teasing me about something, but I always got him back when I called him by his Irish ☘️ nickname! Of course, I ran like hell after I called him It!! RIP Taddi!!!

Angela Gibbons

February 6, 2019

Tim was one of our meal delivery volunteers. Always quick with a joke. We nominated TIm for the giraffe award and where thrilled when he got it. Anytime we needed help he was there for us. A great guy and Mick at heart. You will be truly missed

Daniel O'Leary

February 3, 2019

Uncle Tim was a "good lad", quick to smile and laugh and spread good cheer. He was a beloved Uncle who loved to take his nieces and nephews on joyrides in his latest cool car and told great stories. He knew everyone and everyone seemed to know him. He will he missed dearly. Love ya, UT.

Patricia Reynolds

February 3, 2019

Jeff VanWieren

January 31, 2019

Timmy was a good friend and co worker of mine @ FedEx SWF. He always had a good story to tell. He also spent time with my family, one occasion was spent at Hershey Park....we had a lot of good times. A couple sayings he liked to use was " what does it all mean in the light of eternity." And " top of the morning to you me boy!" He will be missed!!

Wayne Strelecki

January 30, 2019

Tim and l go way back at FedEx.
He was a great Ops Manager and a funny guy. And for some funny reason Tim always went out on check rides almost every Saturday when I was a courier. Maybe he he liked the route or maybe just the conversation .

jOHN Bennison

January 30, 2019

I remember Tim well. He was my Ops Manager at SWF when I was a tractor trailer driver. A very nice man and a good manager.
Rest In Peace Tim.

Christine Schoonmaker

January 30, 2019

He was one of many great supervisors of mine at Fed Ex. I don’t think I ever saw him get upset or mad. He was kind and understanding and always had a smile on his face. R.I.P Tim. 💛

Deidre Losee

January 30, 2019

RIP. MrO’Leary. Worked with him st Fedex ... always a smile on his face. And a kind word when you needed one. ✌️💜🙏🏻

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