Ferdinand “Fred” J. Kiley III

Kiley_FredFerdinand  “Fred”  J.  Kiley III, died  March 24, 2015 aged 72. Born and raised in Dorchester. He was an active member of St. Peter’s Parish and a graduate of Boston English High School. He married his high school sweetheart “Peggy”, had 32 wonderful years of marriage with whom they raised five loving children. Fred had a long and prolific career in real estate development, building his  business in Boston immediately following his graduation from high school. His business was his passion and he made a large impact in all the communities in which he developed properties, particularly the towns of Hull and Quincy. Fred valued each one of his employees as a family member. He loved spending time at his house on Nantasket Beach and hosting numerous parties, especially on the Fourth of July with family and employees. Fred was a simple, but complex man, and had a love and zest for life, never forgetting to extend respect and kindness to each person he met.  Fred was an avid reader and found great comfort in the Bible and church. He loved biking, swimming and following Boston sports, especially the Red Sox. He had an incredible sense of humor and always enjoyed a great joke. Fred loved his family and his happiest times were spent eating a large Italian meal with his wife, children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters and his dog Toffee. The family would like to extend great appreciation for all who provided loving care for him in the last several years.

Fred was the beloved husband of Eliane (Candido) Kiley and the late Margaret (Morgan) Kiley. Devoted father of Deborah Corey and her husband Steven of Naples,  FL, Deidre Beswick and her late  husband Joseph of Canton,  Ferdinand J. Kiley, IV and his husband Dean of Boston, Michael J. Kiley and his wife Judith of Quincy and David J. Kiley and his wife Katia of Boston. Brother of Gerard Kiley of Hingham, Barbara Kiley of Reading, Stephen Kiley of Hull and the late Robert Kiley. Also survived by 8 grandchildren. Son of the late Stella (Petroni) & Ferdinand J. Kiley, Jr.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Ann’s Church, Wollaston, Saturday  March 28 at 10 o’clock. Visiting hours at Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON SQUARE, Friday 4 – 8 pm. Interment Milton Cemetery.  If desired contributions in Fred’s memory may be sent to Assembly of God Church  365 Washington St., Quincy, MA 02169 .