Somerville Remembering Ret Somerville Police Sgt Paul O’Meara

Photo by William Tauro

Our sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of Ret Somerville Police Sgt Paul O’Meara on his passing this past week. 

Paul O’Meara was a wonderful man who will be sadly missed here in Somerville. 

Obituary: Paul A O’Meara
December 16, 1932 – February 8, 2019

O’ Meara, Paul A. – 86, Retired Detective-Sergeant Somerville Police Dept. Of Burlington formerly of Somerville. February 8, 2019. Beloved husband of Marie T. (Daly)

Calling Hours Monday 4-8 pm

Funeral Mass Tuesday St. Margaret Church, Burlington 10 am

complete notice to follow

Wake Information
Monday, February 11, 2019
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

George L Doherty Funeral Service, Inc
855 Broadway
Somerville, Massachusetts 02144

7 thoughts on “Somerville Remembering Ret Somerville Police Sgt Paul O’Meara”

  1. Det. Sgt. O’Meara was a fine gentleman, an exemplary PO & all around good guy. Our condolences to his loved ones. RIP Sgt.
    George & Mary Dervishian

  2. My Dad (Ed McClure)worked as a Somerville police officer with Mr O’Meara and I met he and his lovely wife many times. Such wonderful people. Our condolences to o the entire O’Meara family.

  3. Det Sgt Paul O’Meara treated everyone on the job with great respect. Not many left from His era, RIP Sgt.

  4. The one man the term jovial really describes. Every time you spoke with Sergeant O’Meara he would get excited about what you were talking about and there was always a chuckle or laugh before you left. This man made you feel important. Rest in Peace, Paul, you have been an honorable man.

  5. Paul was one of the best people I ever met in Law Enforcement. Worked with him on Somerville Police Department

  6. Great guy- old school all the way. One of my first impressions of what a Sergeant should be. He wouldn’t let you fudge a minute on those court slips.

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