P. Fegan Dies
Chicago, IL (January 9, 2004) - Fr. William P. Fegan, most recently associate pastor of Mary, Queen
of Heaven Church, Cicero, died January 7, 2004, of kidney failure.
He was 54.
Ordained in 1975, Fr. Fegan’s first assignment was as associate
pastor at Divine Savior, Norridge. He then served as associate pastor
at St. Zachary, Des Plaines, from 1975-81, and at Our Lady of Ransom,
Niles, from 1981-86.
Following a sabbatical, he served as associate pastor at Divine
Infant, Westchester, from 1986-89, and at St. Tarcissus, from 1989-96.
He served in that same capacity at St. Thomas of Villanova, Palatine,
for a year from 1995-96, and at St. Odilo, Berwyn, from 1996-98.
Fr. Fegan was named associate pastor of Mary, Queen of Heaven in
1998. He resided at the parish at the time of his death.
Most Rev. Jerome Listecki, auxiliary bishop of Chicago and classmate
of Fr. Fegan, will be the principal celebrant at a funeral Mass
at 10 a.m. on Monday, January 12, at Queen of All Saints Basilica,
6280 N. Sauganash Ave., Chicago. Interment is at All Saints Cemetery,
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