December 13, 2022
REST IN PEACE
Harold J. Feldmann (“Harry”), age 89, passed away peacefully on December 13, 2022. Harry was born
on October 12, 1933, in Buffalo, NY. Harry grew up in Buffalo, New York, and was a lifelong Buffalo Bills
fan. He enjoyed sharing stories of his upbringing in Buffalo and loved to talk about the notoriously long
winters. He attended Bishop Fallon High School in Buffalo and upon his graduation in 1952, he entered
the Oblates of Mary Immaculate Our Lady Hope Seminary in Newburgh, New York. He continued his
seminary training at Oblate College in Washington, DC. He was later ordained as an Oblate priest in
1961 at the Oblate Chapel in Washington, DC. He transitioned from the priesthood in 1976 and married
Madeline, spending 46 happy and wonderful years together. Harry had a long career working at
Catholic Charities, Bay State Community Services, serving as a counselor for persons struggling with
alcohol and drug addiction, and as the Pastoral Associate at St. Mary of the Hills in Milton, MA.
In his spare time, Harry enjoyed playing golf, spending time with family and friends, and volunteering at
the local parishes to which he belonged. Those who knew Harry will miss his sense of humor, his ability
to make others laugh, and his calm, and peaceful demeanor. Harry is survived by his loving wife
Madeline, his brother James, of FL, and many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.
Services to celebrate Harry’s life will be held on Wednesday, December 21st, from 9am to 11am,at the Alfred D. Thomas Funeral Home at 326 Granite Ave., Milton, MA. Following the services, a Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary of the Hills, Milton MA, at 11:30am. Burial to follow at Milton Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Harry's memory to Oblate Missionary Society, Inc. 391 Michigan Ave. NE Washington, DC 20012-1516 202.529.4505 www.omsiusa.org
Request donations to be used in their healing ministries as they reach out to people in serious need.
Harry was a long time CORPUS member. He served as chair person for CORPUS New England and attended many of the CORPUS National Conferences.