Phillip Brennan

Phillip Edward Brennan Jr.

Wednesday, December 17th, 1941 - Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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Stephen Brennan

Posted at 10:06pm
Phillip ‘Phil’ Brennan was a man, a father, a son and now a holy ghost. His ideal car was a hot rod Lincoln. His team: the Red Sox. His sport: fishing. Americana Yankee to a tee; a drink and a smoke with a Western on TV. An only child, he was loved and beloved best by his mother “Tootie”. He grew up in Norwood, moved about New England, and landed on the Cape for the second half of his life. His sons, Phillip, Stephen, Michael and his daughter Tracy, have and will always miss him. A man of few words graced with a tall presence. His legacy lives on through his children, their children and their children. “Tie the dogs to the bumper, dad.” I wish you peace and pride along this passage. You are forgiven and not forgotten.
Love, Steve

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