Brian F. X. Duffy, age 65

of Quincy

Brian F. X. Duffy, age 65

Quincy, Brian F. X. Duffy, age 65, of Quincy, died unexpectedly, Wednesday, July 8, 2020.

Born in Boston, to the late Joseph L. and Louise T. (Lunny) Duffy, he was raised and educated in Stoughton. Brian was a graduate of Stoughton High School, Class of 1972. He attended Boston College and the University of Massachusetts Boston, where he would later work. He lived in Quincy for many years, previously in South Boston.

For many years Brian was an employee of the Bank of Boston in the Legal Department. Following that, he worked at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf for the next eighteen years. He was currently retired.

He enjoyed trivia, was an avid reader, and was proud of his Irish heritage. He especially treasured family visits and will be missed by all.

Beloved brother of Joseph L. Duffy and his wife Kathi Connors of Hull, Kevin J. Duffy and wife Laura Lee (Poland) Duffy of Philadelphia, Pa., Michael L. Duffy and wife Patrice Anderson of Morristown, N.J., and Jayne Louise Duffy of Boston.

Brian was also survived by his nieces and nephews: Kaitlyn L. Cook and her husband James Cook of Maine, formerly of Stoughton, along with their daughters, Teagan and Tessa, who Brian affectionately called his “Grandnieces.” He was also the uncle and godfather of Michael of Boston. Loving uncle of Alanna Connors-Duffy and Aislinn Connors-Duffy of Hull, Kevin J. Duffy, Jr., M.D. and his wife Elizabeth Knighton, D.V.M. of Philadelphia, Pa., Lisa Lee Duffy of Philadelphia, Pa., Matthew Lunny Duffy, Esq. and his wife Nicole (Vezina) Duffy of New York City, N.Y., and Megan Elizabeth Duffy of Seattle, Wash.

Brian’s best friend and confidant for over thirty years was Mary Fraser of Abington. They belonged to the Quincy Elks together and always had a wonderful time.

He was predeceased by his Aunt Marge and Uncle Raymond Jacobsen, as well as his Godmother, Rosanna Oram, all of whom had a great influence in his life.

Brian is also survived by many cousins.

In light of current events, funeral services were private. A celebration of Brian’s life will be held at a later date.

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  • I love you more than words can ever explain. You weren’t only my uncle, you were my best friend. Please stand by me, James and your grand-nieces Teagan and Tessa.i know you’re at peace with your mom, dad, auntie and uncle. Very few people are made as genuine, loving and caring as you are. You were truly one of a kind. I will miss you until the day we meet again. Love always, your *favorite* niece Kaitlyn ❤️

    To all my family and to Brian’s friends, thank you for being such amazing friends to him. Love you all.

  • Brian was the quiet, level headed young man who grew up across the street from us. He had a ready smile and kind manner. He was the father figure for Michael and Kaitlyn who will miss him greatly. I am pleased to have known him.

  • Even though it has been years since I last saw you, I have always missed you. Now that you are gone I will always miss you. You were a wonderful friend to me and every one you knew. Be at peace with your family that has gone before you and watch over your family left behind. My sincerest condolences to everyone in your life for they will surely miss you.

  • Rest in Peace my Friend. I hope you find the peace and tranquility you’ve searched for. You are and always have been my friend.
    To the Duffy clan, my deepest condolences.

  • Uncle Brian🍀 as you were know by many,you were kind and generous. We had many of good laughs and conversations across from each other through the years gone by,i missed them and will now miss them even more.
    Your sense of humor and warm smile along with an edge of sarcasm with puns we exchanged, plus a wee bit of a twinkle in your eye when you or i ‘one upped’ each other during our banters-All the time smiling and a laugh or two.💚
    This is a chapter that i never thought would come so soon,now we must turn the page and remember what has past will never come again.
    Your passing leaves a heartache no one can heal,but you have left us all with memories nobody can steal.
    You’ll be missed greatly.💔
    Rest easy my friend.🙏

  • Hi Bri,
    I have no words.
    You are missed.
    Love,
    Jayne.

  • Marcia Soule Howard. July 18, 20

    I met Brian when I was 15 years old and moved in across the street! I immediately became friends with Brian and his sister Jayne. Brian was cool calm and collected! We had many good times together and Brian was always a gentleman kind and a trusted friend! I can’t say enough good things about Brian! He was truly LOVED and will be truly missed. ❤️ xox MJ

  • Brian was my childhood pal. As cousins, we spent many weekend hours having adventures together. It was always fun to go visit the “Joe Duffy’s” in Stoughton. If our large family got together with our other cousins, we sought each other out. Brian was such a gentle, kind soul. He was so smart… never forgot anything.
    As young adults we would get together to play tennis on occasion. Then, as the years went by, Brian and Jayne would make my St. Patrick’s Day party a true celebration just by showing up! You are missed already, dear Cousin.
    It has been said “a cousin is a little bit of childhood that can never be lost.” Thank you for that gift, Brian. I love you.

  • Brian, as someone that had the pleasure to know you virtually my entire life I am proud to say you are my friend. Your presence on earth may have changed but, your soul will live on in all of us that knew you. Rest In Peace my friend

    To the entire Duffy family I offer my heartfelt condolences on Brian’s loss.

  • Brian u are missed alot playing cards will not be the same without u 💔 RIP my dear friend u are flying with the angels now God Bless.

  • Dear Broan,
    So many childhood memories You and Your Sister,Jayne and I shared. Time passes too quickly but cherished childhood memories last forever and beyond.
    Enjoy Heavan and all Its glory. You earned it. See you in the clouds and in a special place 9n my heart.