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Bernard T. Farrell
Birth: Nov. 2, 1928
Death: Apr. 1, 1995 Park Hills, Kenton County, Kentucky
Husband of Dorothy M. (nee Jones) Farrell
Married November 25, 1950
Bernard T. Farrell, 66, of Park Hills, died at 1:30 a.m. Saturday at his home. He was a retired self-employed design engineer. He also retired in 1970 after 23 years with the Marine Corps, having served during the Korean War. He was named Marine of The Year in 1993 by the Cincinnati Montezuma. He was a member of St. Agnes Church in Ft. Wright, where he was a Christian minister. He formed the Kentucky Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in 1990 and was first state president from 1991-93. He was past president of the Ohio Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians from 1981-83, received the Kevin Berry Award in 1984, grand marshall of the St. Patrick's Day Parade in 1985-1986. He studied genealogy and had made 10 trips to Ireland to learn more about his ancestors. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Jones Farrell; a daughter, Linda Caudill of Delhi, Ohio; sons, Michael Farrell of Cincinnati, Patrick Farrell of Cleveland and Dan Farrell of Covington; his mother and stepfather, Cecilia and Peter Smith of Withamsville, Ohio; two grandchildren and two stepgrandchildren. Mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, with the Cincinnati Montezuma having a service at 7 p.m. and the Finian Ancient Order of Hibernians at 8 p.m. Burial will be in St. Stephen Cemetery, Ft. Thomas.
William James Grady – (March 13, 1920 – January 11, 2007)
GRADY William James, 86, of Edgewood, KY, died suddenly on January 11th from injuries sustained in a traffic accident. He was a World War II veteran, serv ing in the 8th Army Airforce Division Intelligence/JAG He served in Belgium, France and England, It was while in England he met his future bride, Eileen Margaret Owens, a native of Birkenhead, England. He married while he was stationed overseas. She preceded him in death in 2001. He was a retired examiner and supervisor for The Federal Home Loan Bank Board. He was a councilman for The City of Edgewood from 1993-2006. He was a passionate member of city council and served on many communities including the History Committee. He was a longtime member of The Ancient Order of Hibernians, a men's Catholic cultural organization, and other Irish organizations. He was also a volunteer for CASA, as a children's advocate and also volunteered for many years for the George & Rose Steinford Toy Foundation. He was a member of St. Pius X Church in Edgewood from its inception. He was a 1937 graduate of Covington Catholic High School and attended the University of Cincinnati. He loved to travel, particularly to England and Ireland. He had a great interest in, and extensive knowledge of, local Kentucky and Irish history. He and Eileen founded the local chapter of the Transatlantic Brides and parents Association, a British heritage and travel society. He was passionate and vocal supporter for life at all stages and conditions. He was enamored with his family, in particular with his grandchildren. Survivors include: Maureen Grady Gerrein (Carl), Therese Grady Dolan (Kevin), John Grady (West Chester), (Maureen Stuber), Kathleen Grady Barker (Mike), William P. Grady (Donna Staub), Bridget Grady-Spears)Raymond), peter Grady and Seventeen grandchildren and three great-children. Foundation www.steinford.org, Covington Catholic Scholarship Fund, 491-2247. Visitation Sunday 2-7 P.M. @ Middendorf-Bullock F.H. , 917 Main St. Covington. Mass of Christian Burial Mon, Jan. 15, 10 A.M.at St Pius X Church, Edgewood. Interment St. Mary Cem. , Ft Mitchell.
Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Jan. 12, 2007