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David J. OCallaghan

David Joseph Tully OCallaghan, 23, of Holbrook and Randolph, died suddenly in an auto accident in black ice conditions, January 17, 2015. David was born in St. Brendan Parish, Dorchester, and attended St. Gregorys elementary school. He graduated from Blue Hill Regional High School, Canton, where he received a degree in building construction. David was a standout, all-scholastic soccer goalie. He enjoyed playing all sports but soccer and baseball were his favorites, he could hit a baseball a country mile. He was a huge Patriots fan and always wagered heavily on them. In the past year, he became a proud member of Local 67 Carpenters Union as an apprentice carpenter. David received his greatest apprenticeship training in building from his uncles John and Padraig Tully. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and family and was especially proud of his 4-year-old son, Caiden. He was a handsome, charismatic, personable young man with a bright future and his smile, wit, and humor will be sorely missed by all his family and his many friends. If David had the chance he would have said be safe until we meet again. He was the loving son of Helen Tully of Holbrook and Timothy OCallaghan of Dorchester; dear grandson of Evelynn Tully of Glenomaddy, Co Galway, Ireland; loving father of Caiden Mann, his mother, Kayla Mann, her parents, Timothy and Patricia Mann and the entire Mann family of Randolph and Holbrook; brother of Michael Joe OCallaghan; beloved nephew of his Godmother, Anne Magee of Ireland; nephew of Mary Cronin and her husband Rory of Ireland, Padraig Tully and his wife Bernadette of Weymouth, his Godfather, John Tully and Mary Flanagan of Randolph, Oliver Tully and his wife Yvonne of Co Galway, Ireland, Michael Tully and his wife Colette of Birmingham, England, John David Sean OCallaghan and his wife Kathy of Quincy and Michael Joseph OCallaghan and his wife Alice (Curley) of Hingham; dearest great grand-nephew of Connie OCallaghan, Margaret OLeary of Brookline, Anna Casey and Theresa Parks of Mission Hill. Also survived by many cousins from Weymouth, Dublin, Co Galway, Co Kerry, London, Boston, Quincy and Birmingham; numerous second and third cousins from Co Kerry and Co Galway Ireland; good friend to Matt and Tommy Keough of Norwell and Ryan Cavanaugh of Randolph. Reposing at the Cartwright Funeral Home, 419 N. Main St., Randolph (Rte. 28), until 9 a.m. Saturday, followed by a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Gregory Church, Dorchester. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Friday 4 to 8 p.m. Burial in Walnut Hills Cemetery, Brookline. For additional information or to leave a sympathy message, please visit our Web site www.cartwrightfuneral.com.

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