Edward F. Treacy

October 16, 1948February 4, 2019

Edward F. Treacy, of Tarrytown, NY, formerly of Yonkers, NY, passed away on February 4, 2019 at the age of 70 years after a courageous battle with cancer.

Ed was born on October 16, 1948 in Yonkers, NY to John and Sarah (nee Clarke) Treacy. Ed will be sadly missed by his brothers, Colin and Joseph Treacy (Angela) and sister Maureen Marton. Ed was predeceased by two brothers, John (Jack) and James (Jim) Treacy. Ed also leaves many nieces and nephews. Ed loved America and also was proud of his Irish heritage. Ed was an avid golfer and a loyal follower of the New York Mets and the New York Jets. Visitation will be in the Whalen & Ball Funeral Home on Wednesday February 6th from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. A Prayer Service will be at 5:30pm. Final viewing will be at 10am, followed by cremation at Ferncliff Crematory. Whalen & Ball Funeral Home 168 Park Avenue Yonkers, NY 10703 (914)965-5488


  • Visitation Wednesday, February 6, 2019
  • Prayer Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, February 7, 2019

Edward F. Treacy

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Ron Morrison

February 10, 2019

I went to Sacred Heart High School with Ed. We had some really great times together with lots of laughs. After graduation, and a number of years later, we met again when we both wound up working for Union Carbide Corp. in Tarrytown (Eastview) NY. During this time, the guys gave Ed a nickname, “Maish”. It came from the movie “Requium Of A Heaveyweight”. Why? Because he was a great fighter. Again, during this time, we continued to have more laughs and great times together. Memories I will never forget. Ed, thanks for being a great friend.
Ron Morrison


February 5, 2019

My memories of Ed go way back to Stanley Avenue in South Yonkers. Stanley Avenue was a great place for kids to grow up on. Ed was always getting hurt while playing. At that time (the mid 50's), Ed made it into the Herald Statesman for many a mishap.
I took Ed to his first Major League Baseball game in 1962 in the old Polo Grounds, a doubleheader between the Mets and the Dodgers who had left Brooklyn after the 1957 season. We took the subway which was an adventure for two kids who hardly knew a world outside of South Yonkers.
I introduced Ed to playing golf by sneaking into a hole in the fence at Van Cortland golf course. He had the worst slice ever but learned the game to become a really good golfer.
I will always keep you in my heart. May God keep you in the palm of His hand.

Your loving brother,

Dave Faingnaert

February 5, 2019

Ed, a great guy and my weekly golf partner for nine years. One of the best strikers of the ball I have ever met, and a mentor and teacher in helping me develop my game. The different people we played with and the stories from those rounds were reminisced over pints of Miller Lite at Fitzpatrick's. A famous line by Ed, "Trust your swing" echoes to this day. I wish I could execute it.
Ed, break those sticks back out; trust your swing. I hear there are some great golf courses in heaven.
Your pal,