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Joseph F. Linskey Sr. Obituary check_circle

LINSKEY Joseph F., Sr. of South Boston on January 5, 2012. Born November 22, 1921, recently celebrated his 90th birthday. Devoted husband of his cherished late wife Margaret A. (Maude) (Manley) Linskey. Loving and devoted Dad to his eight loving children, Joanne M. Dineen of Milford; Joseph F. Linskey, Jr. of Quincy; Paula M. Linskey of Quincy; Kevin J. Linskey of Quincy; Linda M. Harris of South Boston; Barbara E. Johnston of Quincy; Shelia M. Linskey of South Boston and Pamela M. Linskey of Quincy. Loving father-in-law of Joseph J. Dineen, Jr., Sheryl A. Linskey, John J. Harris, Jr., Peter Johnston and Lucy Skotniczny of Quincy. Loving (Grand Pa), (PA), (Papa) of Heather March of Pembroke, Kate Dineen of Milford/South Boston, Joseph F. Linskey, III of Weymouth, Bryan P. Linskey of Quincy, Jessica M. Kane of Weymouth, Justin M. Harris, Matthew J. Harris, Lindsay Taylor Harris all of South Boston and Peter T. and Jared M. Johnston of Quincy. Loving Great Grand Pa to Haley March, Abigail and Fallyn Linskey and Samantha Kane. Loving brother of Philip Linskey of South Boston and the late Helen Mignosa of CA; Anna Stewart, James, Ambrose and Thomas Linskey formerly of South Boston, Milton and New Hampshire. Loving brother-in-law and (Uncle Joe) to the Linskey, Lydon, Manley and Joyce families all originating from South Boston and several extended family members. Funeral from the O’Brien Funeral Home, 146 Dorchester Street, SOUTH BOSTON on Monday at 8:45 A.M. Funeral Mass in Gate of Heaven Church at 10:00 A.M. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 3:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester. Lifelong resident of South Boston; parishioner of St. Augustine’s, St. Vincent’s and Gate of Heaven Church. Lifelong Red Sox and, sadly yes, lifelong Yankee’s fan. Veteran of World War II, United States Navy and late employee of Charlestown Naval Shipyard and Stone & Webster Engineering. Benefactor of Children’s Hospital and numerous charities. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Joe’s memory to St. Augustine/St. Monica Food Pantry, 70 Devine Way, South Boston, MA 02127.