Douglas J. Connolly, age 63

of Weymouth

Douglas J. Connolly, age 63

Douglas J. Connolly, age 63, of Weymouth, died suddenly, Monday, September 19, 2022, at home.

Douglas was born in Boston, to the late Barbara A. (Carroll) and Patrick L. Connolly, Boston Police Department, Retired. Raised in North Quincy, he was a graduate of North Quincy High School, Class of 1978. He earned his Associate’s degree in Business Management from Quincy College.

Doug lived in Weymouth for many years.

Doug was employed as a department manager for Stop & Shop in Hingham for many years, and was a member of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 328.

Devoted father of Daniel J. Connolly and his wife Mikaela, Andrew J. Connolly, and Ryan Kliphan, all of Weymouth.

Dear brother of Patrick L. Connolly, Jr. and his wife Maureen of Scituate, Brian J. Connolly of Weymouth, Gary F. Connolly of Quincy, Gerald V. Connolly, Quincy Police Department and his wife Ann Marie of Marshfield, Christopher J. Connolly of Marshfield, Noreen E. Keeley of Dorchester and her late husband Michael, and the late Janet M. Connolly.

Loving uncle of Joshua Kliphan of San Diego, Calif.

Former husband of Tamar A. “Tammy” (Kliphan) Connolly of Weymouth.

Doug is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

A memorial funeral Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish in Sacred Heart Church, 72 Washington Street, Weymouth, on Tuesday, September 27, at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Douglas’ memory may be made to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168.

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  • “Perhaps they are not stars in the sky but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy” . Rest peacefully

  • As far as coworkers go, Doug was as good as it gets. Hard working, thoughtful, caring and oh soooooo funny! Such a kind hearted man. Our sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to all of Doug’s loved ones. Rest easy Dougie

  • Doug was the very best. Great co-worker-respected rep for his union. My condolences to Tammy and the boys.

  • My sincere sympathy is sent to all relatives and friends of Doug Connelly. I worked with him many years at Supreme (& Wollaston) Market, many parties & fun. He was a special man and will not be forgotten. Pray that memories will help lessen the hard times.

  • You were the brother, of a best friend, Gary, therefor, my Friend,, I send blessings, to you and your family, God Bless , Respectfully, Kerry

  • I met Doug when He moved into my Bldg. at Gaslight Dr. He is the only genuine person I would ever talk with because he was so caring,with a true heart with the love of flowers and the warm weather which we had in common. We would always check on one another if we didn’t see each other for a couple of days to see if we everything was okay. I always had a smile just talking with him, and I will forever miss him. In fact, my heart is broken. I was shocked when I got a knock on the door to be informed of his passing, I I really lost control, until I realized He was no longer in pain, and in a better place. I prayed for his soul for redemption, knowing he was a Religious Man. Today, I watered his beautiful flowers that circled our bldg. that he planted, and talked with him while doing so, just trying to keep back the tears. Another Great Man gone to soon. Rest In Peace My Friend, until we meet again, Sherry