Maurice “Maury” Duffy Jr.

        Maurice “Maury” John Frederick Duffy, Jr. age 83, “kicked the bucket” on September 18th,2021 at Advocate Aurora Burlington Hospital with a family member by his side. Maury was born on September 13th,1938 in Mauston to Maurice Sr. and Mable (Subera) Duffy. He graduated from Madonna High School in 1956. After graduation he joined the Navy until his honorable discharge in 1960. He then worked in Milwaukee at American Motors moved to Kenosha and worked for American Brass. He later went on to work in construction of buildings until he retired at the age of 65. He loved his family, his friends at Kenosha Tap and baseball.

       He was preceded in death by, his parents.

         Maury is survived by, his son, Joe Duffy and granddaughter, Summer Duffy both of California; his brother, Robert (Bonnie) Duffy of Mauston; his sister, Marcia (Richard) Jakubik of Mauston as well as nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

      A memorial gathering for Maury will be held on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021 at Our Kenosha Tap (3221 – 60th Street) from 12:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M. An inurnment and full military honors will be held at 9:00 A.M. on Tuesday, October 26th,2021 at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery.  

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Thoughts for Maurice “Maury” Duffy Jr.;

  • Kenosha Tap family says:

    Our sincere condolences to all the family. Our BSS ( bar stool security) and Duffy himself will be greatly missed. We hope you are telling your stories always making a long story short…Rest in peace Duffy say hello to Tiny for us and continue to watch over your second home. We love you.

  • Steven C. Garthwaite says:

    I’ll miss ya DUFF! Thank You for the recipe for Weiner Water Soup. You were truly a great man. I was lucky to have known you. R.I.P.

  • nancy luetkens says:

    Duffy was such a charater, never knew which way to take him with his comments. hope he meets Jerry up there. they sure like to argue about the Navy & Marines. sadly missed by everyone that knew him, and Janie for watching over him for many years.

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