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October 6, 1943 ~ January 18, 2024 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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On Tuesday, February 6, 2024 Rosemary and Brian Favier will be laid to rest at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central in Radcliff, Kentucky in a private ceremony.
Rosemary (born June 26, 1950) passed December 9, 2019. Due to the holidays and pandemic she was given a small remembrance and her ashes awaited Brian’s passing so they could be laid to rest together.
Rosemary was the beloved mother to John, Matthew and Jerome, as well as Mother in law to Beth, Sadie and Amber. She is also survived by her sister and best friend, Kathleen and her two brothers, Kevin and Dennis. Rosemary was an accomplished insurance executive and enjoyed traveling, shopping and showering everyone she loved with her unmatched generosity. She was an amazing woman who’s loss we will never get over until we see her again.
Brian (born October 6, 1943) passed away January 18, 2024 after a long battle with dementia. Aside from his sons and daughters in law, Brian is survived by his sister, Maureen. Brian served honorably in the United States Navy from 1961-1966 and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. Post-Navy, Brian worked for Grumman building the F-14 and other military planes. Later in life he became a successful semi-professional poker player. He loved Sinatra, movies, trivia, puzzles, golf, and all of his dogs who we know are happy to see him in heaven. Brian and Rosemary were proud grandparents to 10 grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the AOH organization which serves the less fortunate in and around the Louisville area and furthers awareness of the Irish heritage Brian O’Neill Favier and Rosemary McMenemy Favier were both so proud of. You can donate at the link below: