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Brian J. Feeney
1960 - 2020
Executive Vice President
Head of Institutional Services

Brian J Feeney

In memory of Brian J. Feeney

Brian J. Feeney joined Century Bank 31 years ago in 1989. An approachable, widely respected executive, he played a major role in the bank’s success.

Among his many achievements, Brian was most proud of recruiting and leading more than 300 participants for the annual Step Up for Colleen 5k Walk/Run.

Brian leaves his devoted and loving wife Sandi; children Brandi, Dwight, and Stephanie; six grandchildren; and his pal, Shenanigan, who was always by his side.

The Century family is forever grateful for his contributions, leadership, and genuine compassion.

He will be forever missed.
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Brian Feeney at the annual Step Up for Colleen 5KA photo of Jim Flynn, Sheila Hatch, Brian Feeney and John LaVallee at the 1977 Chairman's Awards. Brian Feeney with his wife Sandi and dog Shenanigan. Barry Sloane, Brian Feeney and Linda Sloane Kay. 

We invite you to learn about Brian:

 2019 Citizens Who Care Honorees
Feeney Remembered as Town Force, Family Man

Memories and Condolences:

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November 20 - Michelle Newcomb
Brian had that special gift of making people feel wonderful in his space. Always a big smile and a genuine warm greeting that was incredibly sincere and authentic. I am so grateful to have know him in our industry and he will be missed greatly by all. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, his team and the bank.
November 20 - Debbi Cloutier
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Brian. It was a pleasure to have known him and work with him.
As a professional he was approachable, smart and willing to go the extra mile for customers and coworkers alike.
My thoughts and prayers to his family at this most difficult times. God Bless
November 19 - Cindy Cohen
Brian was one of the nicest and kindest people I work with at Century Bank. I will miss how you will fist bump me in the hallways and say, hey buddy to me. I will forever miss you, your buddy Cindy.
November 19 - Scott Atkinson
My favorite thing about Brian is that he always made you feel like he was your peer. For someone with such an important role at the bank, he never made you feel as though his time or business was more important than any one else's. Whether you were a teller on your first day at the bank, or an executive who had been at Century for 20 years, he always made you feel comfortable and made a point to connect with you on a personal level. Brian will definitely be missed. My condolences go out to his family and loved ones.
November 19 - Matthew Elia
Brian welcomed me to the Century Bank team in 2001 and was a great mentor and friend. My deepest condolences to Brian’s family. He will be missed.
November 18 - Beth Whitman
The Massachusetts Collectors and Treasurers Association are saddened to hear about the loss of Brian Feeney. He was an integral member of our community and will be missed by so many of our association. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family of Brian. As the new Director of the MCTA, I had never had the opportunity to meet with Brian in person, but our members have so many fond memories of working with him over the years. Beth Whitman, Executive Director MCTA.
November 17 - Daisy Siddiqui
Please accept our heartfelt condolences and may God give his family the courage to bear this loss.
November 17 - Pat Carlino
I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. Such a loss, at such a YOUNG age. My condolences to his family and his Century Bank family!
November 17 - Denise Dunn
Brian was truly an extraordinary human being. His warmth, compassion, quick wit, kindness and engaging smile will be missed by all. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.
November 16 - Lois McGinness
When I started at the Andover Branch over two years ago, Brian immediately reached to me and became my partner in helping to build the Andover Branch. Being raised in Andover, Brian had touched so many people and businesses with his compassion and sincerity. He was always there to support me in any way he could. He was one of a kind and will be missed by so many.
November 16 - Nancy Marsh
I was privileged to know Brian over the 18 years that I’ve worked for the bank. Brian was always smiling and a pleasure to be around. He was also a great champion for the annual Colleen Ritzer 5K walk/run. Brian will be greatly missed by all. My sincerest condolences go out to his entire family.
November 16 - Paula Malley
An unimaginable loss of a true gentleman. I'll miss our chats. Rest In Peace Dear Bri Bri.
November 16 - Julie Languirand
I am saddened by this incredible loss - Brian was such a huge part of the municipal banking world and he will be missed terribly. I am fortunate to have known Brian for many years and his smile, quick wit and genuine friendliness was always welcome; he provided guidance and encouragement often, in good times and bad. We were so lucky to have had him as a professional colleague and even more grateful to have had him as a friend. My thoughts go out to his family and may they find comfort in knowing his contributions have made a lasting impact.
November 16 - Susan Delahunt
Thank you for your wisdom and your kindness. You taught me a great deal about sales and life! Thank you for being an incredible human being it was an honor to share 15 years with you at the bank! You are an amazing leader! My deepest condolences to the family.
November 16 - Bob Bennett
Having partnered with Brian and the Century team for the past ten years provided great insight into Brian’s personality, executive presence and integrity. Brian possessed amazing people skills, was genuinely humble and was one of the kindest people I’ve ever known. Always straightforward, honest and great fun to be around, the world has lost one of our greatest friends.
Sincerely, Bob
November 16 - Larry Tsoi
Brian: among many things, thank you for bringing the Colleen Ritzer event to the bank. It’s one of the most worthy causes I’ve participated in. You always thanked me endlessly for joining and encouraging others to join, while I should be the one thanking you for sharing your residence and hosting it. May it continue to be a success in the future.
November 15 - Kevin Sullivan
I had the honor and privilege of getting to know Brian these last 17 years. I was amazed at how many clients Brian had as a banker. It became evident that it was his engaging and friendly personality that brought him success. It was just a few weeks ago that I congratulated Brian on LinkedIn for his anniversary working for the great Sloane family at Century Bank. It is indeed a very sad day to hear this news. The world was lucky to have him for 60 great years.
November 15 - Peter Castiglia
I am so fortunate to have worked for Brian for fourteen years. His leadership, support and friendship have been invaluable. He will be sorely missed by his team and our clients.
November 15 - Krystal Koch
I’m honored to have worked for such a respectable and loved man for the past 8 years. To say our IS Team is devastated would be an understatement. Brian, thank you for always making sure I knew I was appreciated and making our whole team feel like a family. I will forever miss hearing your voice call “KK!” from your office. The office will never be the same without you. I send all my love and prayers to your family who meant the world to you during this impossibly difficult time.
November 15 - David Reilly
I met Brian more than 30 years ago and he was one of the nicest, smartest, and honest guys I have ever met. I feel bad for Sandi and her family for losing such a great husband and father. I was proud to be Brian's friend and will miss him greatly.
November 14 - Jack Sloane
Mr. Feeney was a really, really awesome person. I remember visiting and interning at the Bank at a really young age. Anybody could have written me off as an annoyance, but Mr. Feeney was always genuinely excited to show me around, to give me advice, and to be a mentor. Not a lot of guys are that giving for no reason but for the sake of it. I believe that he was uniquely and exceptionally passionate about his work. My Dad always spoke very highly of him and his department. I know he will be deeply, deeply missed. I send my dearest condolences to the family.
November 14 - Sheila Hatch
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, so loved, so missed. With loving memories of Brian.
November 14 - Darlene Rembis
I was fortunate to work with Brian when he 1st started working at Century Bank many years ago. Brian was a true gentleman with a great sense of humor. He will be truly missed. My deepest sympathy to his family.
November 14 - Mary Lyman
Brian always found a way to help others. I was honored to be a part of "The Helpers" with the Colleen Ritzer race. He always had a smile and a kind heart. Brian and Sandi exemplify Colleen's quote that "Not every day is good but you can find good in every day." My heart goes out to Sandi and her family.
November 14 - Nancy Bottari
I will always remember Brian, a class act all the way, as a good, fair, generous and compassionate person always friendly and considerate. May he rest in peace.
November 14 - Susan Cabral
My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and his Century Bank family. I'll miss our chats and hearing "hey kiddo" and that beautiful smile of yours that could light up a room. Fly with the angels my friend, I will never forget you.
November 14 - Judy Winters
Thoughts and prayers go out to Brian's wife Sandi and family, along with his Century family. I have known Brian for many years thru Century Bank. I joined Brian's team for Colleen's walk and was amazed of how he treated everyone with open arms. He was a great thoughtful caring person. We will miss his visits in Lowell, but remember MEMORIES are forever. Rest in Peace.
November 14 - Anna Gorska
I am deeply honored and blessed to have worked with Brian for over 14 years. He was an amazing family man, great boss, a mentor, a friend. I will miss him every day.
November 14 - Judy Fallon
Brian was an amazing man who had a way of making everyone feel good, whether it be his smile, or a “hey pal”, or just taking an extra minute out of his day to see how you were doing. He was a true gentleman, with a strong desire to provide for and please his customers. While his expectations may not have always been the most reasonable, lol, he sure made you want to succeed at accomplishing them. Brian, we will miss you dearly. Our deepest sympathy to your families, both personal and professional. RIP
November 14 - Jay Jones
Brian was dedicated to every one of his many clients, as well as everyone in his family and his office. I still don’t know how he did it, but I learned a lot from him on how to live a happy, balanced life. There aren’t many like him these days.
November 13 - Tom Moses
I met Brian when I started in local government almost 30 years ago. When I struggled to bring advanced technology to a notoriously slow to adapt industry, Brian provided help in every way. He could do more with a smile than most could with a pitch because that smile was always genuine. I will miss everything about him.
November 13 - Carl Hall
Brian was a wonderful person, colleague and friend. I always admired how much heart and soul he put into his efforts to promote the Colleen 5K run/walk. He had his priorities right. Such a sad loss.
November 13 - Gracine Copithorne
Brian was truly one of a kind. He loved his Century family and when one of us was in need he was there. He gave from his heart and truly cared about people. He will be truly missed and no one will be able to replace his smile and kindness. RIP Brian we will all miss you.
November 13 - Barry Sloane
It’s just beginning to sink in how much we will miss his smile, his laugh, his decency. A good man and partner who will be missed by so many. We are all sad today, but we cherish the memory of his friendship and remember his life of commitment and caring.
November 13 - Kristine Clark
Becoming part of the Century family three years ago, in the Andover office. Brian immediately welcomed me with his infectious smile. We connected immediately with our love for boxers. He would always brighten up the Andover office when he visited. I can honestly say he is one of the most sincere, caring, and genuine men I’ve ever met. His presence in our community will be truly missed, by all who knew Brian.
November 13 - Darlene Rembis
I was fortunate to work with Brian when he 1st started working at Century Bank many years ago. Brian was a true gentleman with a great sense of humor. He will be truly missed. My deepest sympathy to his family.
November 13 - Jack Ferren
A fine gentleman and a true professional, always had a big smile. Grateful to have worked with you , fond memories. You and your family will always be in our prayers.
November 13 - Laura DiFava
My thoughts and prayers are with Brian’s family. His loss is felt by so many. His kind, caring, personality and genuine concern for others will always be remembered. I am grateful to have worked on his team. Rest In Peace, Brian!
November 13 - Brian DeVenne
A great sense of humor and overall great guy. Only met him a handful of times but always made me feel welcome. Wish I had more time to have worked with him. You will be missed. My sincere condolences to his family, friends and coworkers.
November 13 - Robert Boyda
Brian was an incredibly kind and generous person. In addition to his profound impact on every past and current member of the Century Bank family, he did incredible work for the annual Step Up for Colleen 5k. He even took the time to personally reach out to each registrant of the Century Bank team to thank them for supporting the cause he was so passionate about. That is one example, of many, of how great of a person Brian was, and he will be dearly missed by all.
November 13 - Peggie Ritzer
Our family is devastated by the loss of Brian. He was one of the kindest and caring men we know. He has helped our family immensely. We were so proud to have him a part of our family. We will miss him more than words can say. The world lost one of the good ones.
November 13 - Sarah O'Toole
What a tremendous loss. Brian always there for an encouraging word, a smile, a helping hand. A genuine, kind man who will be deeply missed.
November 13 - Ann Ormond 
Although I did not know Brian that long I was inspired by his commitment to the community of Andover. I first met Brian during the 2018 gas crisis when he was visiting local businesses "checking in on them" in his words whether they were a bank customer or not...truly a class act. I then got to know him more through his work with the Collen Ritzer road race. I will always cherish a photo I took of Brian and his friend Michael Konjoian this past May when I picked up my Colleen daisies. May we all be more like Brian every day.
November 13 - the Marketing Team
Always loved by the Century Family. We miss you dearly.