Of Braintree, formerly of Charlestown
Timothy T. Callahan, 81, entered into eternal life on October 26. Tim was born and raised in Charlestown, lived in North Quincy for 30 years and has lived in Braintree since 1999.
Mr. Callahan was a manager for Invesco Management Company in Boston, served in the U.S. Army National Guard and was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 62 in Charlestown. He belonged to the Quincy YMCA and was a member of the Sons of the Civil War Union Soldiers.
He was the beloved husband of the late Dorothy M. (Tucker) Callahan, devoted father of Carol London and her husband, Ken of Braintree, Charles “Chip” Walker of Clay, West Virginia. and the late Leon Walker; beloved brother of Marie Alves and her husband, John of Beverly, Kathy Callahan of Middleton, Daniel Callahan and his wife, Patricia of Selden, N.Y., Deborah Forrest and her husband, Gerard of Whitman, and the late Michael Callahan and Jean Walsh; brother-in-law of Angela Callahan and the late Eugene Walsh, father-in-law of Diane Walker; loving grandfather of Joel Walker, Sadie Rush Young, Charles Walker Jr. and Janelle Walker and great-grandfather of Riley Walker Rush and Morgan Walker.
Funeral arrangements were by the Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home, 100 Washington St. Weymouth. Burial was in New Calvary Cemetery in Boston.
The Callahan family wishes to thank all of Tim’s caregivers during his various illnesses. If desired, donations may be made in his memory to St. Francis House, 39 Boylston St. Boston, Ma 02116 or to the Boston Rescue Mission 39 Kingston St. Boston Ma 02111