Dolan Funeral Home

Arthur Igor Sivakov

Arthur Igor Sivakov, of Quincy formerly of Plymouth, died suddenly and peacefully Saturday January 16, 2016.

Beloved son of Natalia Shaw (Kodatenko) of Quincy and Igor Sivakov of Ukraine.  Loving twin brother of Artyom Sivakov of Quincy and loving stepchild of Ken Melchin of Milton.

Arthur is remembered by his family as being a warm, loving, intelligent and a kind man with passion for life and a great sense of humor. He loved children and their laughter and had a genuine and gentle love for all animals. He also enjoyed Going to Church where he derived great solace from his love of God as well as cooking, which was a favorite pastime.  It was an honor for Arthur to serve his country in the United States Army. He was so proud of his many accomplishments while serving. He was deployed to active duty in Afghanistan and awarded several Medals of Honor during his service time.  Most of all Arthur loved his Mother, his brother Artyom and Ken who were truly the cornerstone of his life.  He will be sadly missed by all those who have known and loved him.

Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend visiting hours in the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON, Thursday 4-7PM.  Burial in Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne, Friday January 22.

Donations in Memory of Arthur may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research,  501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN  38105.


Brian P. Carlson

Carlson, Brian P for website onlyBrian P. Carlson, 38, of Quincy, formerly of Milton, died unexpectedly after a lengthy and courageous battle with addiction, Monday January 18, 2016.

Brian grew up in Milton playing baseball for numerous town teams and was a graduate of Milton High School, Class of 1996 where he was a star pitcher for the varsity baseball team. Brian proudly joined the USMC and served in CA from 1996 to 2000.  He was honored to serve as a firefighter on the Milton Fire Department for 9 years.  Anyone who knew Brian knew he was a man who would gladly give the shirt off his back.  He had a wonderful sense of humor, loved telling a good passionate story, talking baseball or football, and greeting his family and friends with huge hugs, but there was nothing that brought him more joy than being with his beloved sons.  He will be greatly missed.

Loving and devoted husband of Kathleen “Katie” (Feehily) Carlson of Quincy and proud and amazing Dad of Colin Patrick and Declan Michael. Son of Kathleen (Carroll) Carlson of Milton and the late Walter A. Carlson. Brother of John “Jack” T. Carlson and his wife Kathleen of Milton, Kathleen “Kassie” Hunt and her husband Doug of Milton. Son-in-law of Michael and Janet Feehily of Quincy, brother-in-law of Michael J. and his wife Michelle Feehily of Scituate and Kerry Curley and her husband John of Milton. Loving Uncle of 12 and also survived by many loving relatives and old friends.

Family and friends are cordially invited to a visitation period at the Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, Thursday from 4-8 PM. Funeral procession will gather at the funeral home on Friday, January 22 at 11:00 AM and a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Agatha Church, Adams Street at Brook Road, Milton at 12 Noon. Burial with Military Honors at the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne on Monday, January 25th at 1:45 PM.

In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to the Colin and Declan Carlson Fund, c/o Canton Cooperative Bank, PO Box 186, Canton, 02021.

Thomas W. Masterson, Sr.

Thomas W. Masterson Sr., of Milton, died Saturday January 16, 2016.

Beloved husband of Marilyn (LeBlanc) Masterson of Milton.  Loving father of Thomas Jr. and Laura of Milton, and Brendan of Florida. Brother of Paul F. Masterson of Connecticut and the late James and John Masterson. Cherished Grumpa of Gareth Jenkins-Masterson and Rhianna Jenkins-Masterson, both of Berkley.  Tom was eagerly awaiting the birth of his first great-granddaughter Raegan Elizabeth.

Funeral services are private. Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Celebration of Life to honor Tom at the Schindler VFW Hall in North Easton, Friday January 22, 2016, starting at 4pm.

Donations in Memory of Tom may be made to the Milton Animal Shelter, 181 Governor Stoughton Lane, Milton, MA  02186.


Nadieus Augustin Charlucien


Nadieus Augustin Charlucien, known to all of us as “Papi Nad”, was born on May 5, 1927, in the coastal town of Foucault, Haiti.  He was the beloved son of Anacia and Charleus and the youngest of 6 siblings.  Nadieus was cherished by all his siblings who cared for him and looked after him.  He had a special bond with his closest sister Ephanie known to us as Matante.  Ephanie was instrumental in making sure that her young brother learned how to read and write.  Ephanie negotiated with their father, convincing him to send Nadieus away to school as there were no schools in Foucault.   Their father was very reluctant to let him go away, fearing that Nadieus would be abused by strangers. On May 14, 1947, Ephanie and Nadieus would help build a small school. They would then build the first Catholic Church in Faucault in 1968 giving the opportunity for other children to attend school and church in their village.

While Nadieus received only the equivalent of a fifth-grade education; he valued education, he made sure that all his children went to school, giving each of them the best that he had.  Nadieus was very independent, smart, disciplined, determined, and forward thinking.  At the age of 84, he started taking English and computer classes and began studying for the US citizenship examination.  He took his studies very seriously. He never missed a class – rain, sleet, or snow.

Nadieus was a Christian, a loving husband, a proud and devoted father and grandfather, and a loyal friend.  He was a gentle man with an incredible inner strength.  He was very courageous and he never complained.  He fought a great fight battling prostate cancer up to his final breath.

Papi Nad, you are our favorite person and an inspiration to us all. You leaving us   has created a void which will never be filled.  We love you, we miss you, we thank you, and we pray that you are at peace.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Gregory’s Church, Dorchester,  on Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Visitation will be held at the church at 9AM. Interment Cedar Grove cemetery

Memorial donations in lieu of flowers can be made in honor of Papi Nad to support the first Faucault primary school.

Faucault Fund

Blue Hills Bank 1196 River St, Hyde Park, MA 02136




Marie Julienne Morin

Morin, Marie 001Marie Julienne Morin was born on October 24, 1939 in St. Marc, Haiti. Her parents were Marie Almiracle Miolis and Gonzalez Felix. She was the oldest girl of nine children. Marie graduated from Ecole Seurs De L’instruction Chretienne and she also later attended a secretarial school to study business. On September 2, 1961 she married Michel Morin and out of this union came 2 daughters Ketty and Valerie. Marie was the matriarch of the Felix family.

In 1967 they came to New York to begin their lives together as a family. Then they decided to eventually settle in Boston, Mass. Marie worked in the insurance industry until she retired. She was a dedicated soccer wife who hosted several soccer teams from near and far. Her true passion was sewing and designing clothes. She would sew for many family and friends designing beautiful dresses and bridal gowns. Her creativity was unbelievable in creating the most amazing pieces of clothing. She was a devoted catholic that was very involved in her parish. She frequently volunteered her time to the church and sang in the church choir. She not only attended mass every Sunday, but more significantly put her faith in action through her many deeds of kindness. Marie loved her family dearly. She was a disciplinarian, who raised her daughters and influenced her grandchildren.

On February 1, 2015 Marie suffered a stroke that left her paralyzed and not able to speak correctly. She spent that month in the hospital and the month of March in Rehab. She moved on April 1, 2015 to Philadelphia to live with her daughter Ketty.  Marie was a warrior and continued to fight back trying to become stronger when unfortunately she had a 2nd stroke on October 10, 2015.  This stroke took the very last movement and speech from her body. As her health slowly deteriorated each week both Ketty and Valerie was by her side in the hospital. But our precious Lord decided that she did not have to suffer any longer and called her home on January 2, 2016.  As Marie took her last breath her daughter Ketty was with her and made sure that she received the last rites before death by a priest.  Her wish was to be buried in Boston where she lived most of her life in much happiness.

Marie is survived by her sisters Evelyn and Maude, and her brothers Jean Claude, Guy, Fritz, Hans, Serge, and Marcel.  And by her daughters Ketty and Valerie. Her grandchildren Dwayne, Marcus, Kayleigh. And her great grandchild Ava.And a host of nieces and nephews and other Felix family members. Also special family members Raymond and Ann Marie.  And also the Morin family members from Canada.  Marie will be truly missed but never forgotten.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St Angela’s Church,  Mattapan Saturday, Jan 16. at 10 o’clock.

Visiting Hours in the Dolan Funeral Home 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, Friday, Jan. 15 4-8 pm.

Interment Forest Hills Cemetery.


John J. “Jack” Coffey, Esq.

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 John J. “Jack” Coffey, Esq., of Milton, age 94, January 13, 2016. Beloved husband of Jacqueline J. (Kendrigan) Coffey. Adored father of John J. Coffey and his wife Patricia of Lowell, Susan M. Coffey and her husband Amir Lashgari of Quincy and James W. Coffey and his wife Patricia of Milton. Grandfather of Caroline Coffey, Cpl. John “Jack” Coffey USMC and Patrick D. Coffey. Great-grandfather of Camila Coffey. Brother of the late William Coffey. Born in Boston and raised in Milton, Jack was a graduate of BC High, Boston College and Boston College Law School. Mr. Coffey served in the Marine Corps during WWII, where he fought in the South Pacific, Battle of Okinawa. He was a former Asst. Attorney General for Massachusetts, former member and chairman of the Transportation Committee and retired in 1985 as General Counsel of the MBTA, where he was instrumental with the establishment of Acela train service in the Northeast Corridor. An avid runner and member of the L St. Brownies, he was also a former coach and past president of the Milton American Little League. After retiring to Fuller Village in Milton, Jack established the Current Events Social Group that was held every Monday. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Agatha Church, Adams Street at Brook Road, Milton, Tuesday January 19 at 10:30 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at Dolan & Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Avenue, MILTON VILLAGE, Monday 2-6 PM. (Funeral Home handicap accessible at rear entrance with elevator) Interment Milton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jack’s memory may be made to D.A.V., P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301.

James J. Hayes

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James “Jimmy” Hayes passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at the age of 52. Beloved son of James “Russ” Hayes and the late Marjorie J. Hayes of Milton, Massachusetts. Brother to Jean Hayes of Hull, Mass.; Noreen Earner and husband Martin of Milton, Mass.;   Patricia “Patsy” Sullivan and husband John of Milton, Mass.; Kathleen Murphy and husband Richard of Hanover, Mass.; Sean Hayes and wife Roseann of Marshfield, Mass.; Carol Hayes of Brooklyn, New York. Adoring Uncle of Maggie, Michael, Mikaela, Chloe, Alexander, Joseph, Keira, and Matty. Deeply loved by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Jimmy grew up in Milton, Mass. He graduated from Don Bosco High School in 1981. He then went on to Mass. Maritime Academy where he received a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering.  He also attended Wentworth Institute for additional training.He worked as a stationary engineer at the Faulkner Hospital and was previously employed by the Plymouth Rubber Company of Canton, Mass.

In his early years, Jimmy was involved in many sports and went on to play rugby in college. He  enjoyed golf (on his good days), earned a black belt in Kenpo Karate, and was an avid fan of the New England sports teams.

His boundless energy, sense of humor, warm heart, infectious laugh, generous spirit, and his uncanny ability to tell the most memorable, descriptive stories with vivid detail, will be missed by all.

Visiting Hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, Milton, Mass., Sunday,  January 17, 2016 from 2-6:00 p.m.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Agatha Church  Milton, Mass. on Monday, January 18, 2016 at 10:30 a.m.

Memorial donations may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS, 66675.

Thomas J. Conway

Thomas J. Conway, 85, of Norwell, passed away on Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Cherished son of the late Anne (Boland) and John Conway. Loving husband of the late Gaila (Keith) for more than 50 years. Loving brother of the late Joan Conway, LCDR U.S. Navy. Cherished father of his sons Adam of Marshfield and Thomas of Pembroke.. Loving father in law of Adam’s wife Christine Conway. Loving grandfather and former baby sitter on call of his three grandchildren Jillian, Meredith and Courtney of Marshfield.

Tom was born and raised in Jamaica Plan and served in the US Army during the Korean War. Tom was a graduate of Northeastern University. Tom received many Humanitarian Awards while serving as Director of the Brockton Private Industry Council and was the Regional Director of Human Resources for the Southeast Region of the State of MA. Tom loved his family, sports, was a voracious reader and fond of his multiple pets.

A private burial service was conducted at Milton Cemetery on Thursday January 14, 2016.

James Owen Kelly

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James O. Kelly, of Milton, died January 12, 2016.  Beloved husband  of the late Susan A. (Whalen)  Kelly.  Loving father of Jana Kelly and her husband Shane O’Neill of Weymouth, Thomas Kelly of Milton, James Kelly of Milton and Liam Kelly of Denver Colorado. Brother of Mary, Catherine, Margaret, John, Ann, Frank, Patricia and Eileen.

James was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester.  He worked as a Property Administrator for Corcoran Jennison Companies for the last 30 years. Previous to that, he was the proprietor of Kelly’s Restaurant in Weymouth, MA. He started his professional career at the Peabody Tavern in Dorchester, MA, that was owned by his father and uncle. An avid Boston sports fan, James loved watching the Bruins, Patriots and Red Sox with his family.  He also enjoyed the beach, traveling and exercising.   Most of all James loved his family who were the cornerstone of his life. He was a proud Navy Veteran. He will truly be missed by all who had the pleasure to have known him.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Memorial Mass Saturday January 16, 2016 at 10:00am in Saint Brendan Church, 589 Gallivan Boulevard, Dorchester.  In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of James may be made to Father Bills Place, 38 Broad Street, Quincy, MA  02169.

William Joseph Batherwich Sr.

William Joseph Batherwich Sr, 73, of Coral Springs FL, originally from Boston MA, passed away peacefully December 24, 2015. “Mr. B” “Uncle Billy” “Bill” Batherwich was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Catherine Batherwich and his son William Batherwich Jr. He is survived by his son Michael Batherwich, sister Lorraine Young, brother Ronald Batherwich, life’s love Mary Batherwich and many nephews and nieces. William worked for the MBTA for many years prior to retirement.  He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his family and friends. The unconditional love and kindness he offered will be missed by all. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Saint Gregory Church, 2223 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, Saturday January 16 at 10:00 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at Dolan & Chapman Funeral Home, 5 Canton Avenue, MILTON VILLAGE, Friday 5-9 PM. Interment Milton Cemetery.