Carmody Geraghty Bornemann

carmody bornemann
Carmody Geraghty Bornemann, 69, longtime resident of Vienna, Va, passed away at Fair Oaks Hospital due to Congestive Heart Failure. She is survived by her loving husband of 47 years, David R. Bornemann, two children, Clayton Bornemann of Pittsburgh, PA, and Cecily Bornemann of Mesa, AZ, and her sister Hilah Gaba of Bethesda, MD.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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Memories Timeline


  1. Cecily and Family: My deepest sympathies and prayers for you all and God be with you during this most difficult time. Love Debbie Chandonnet

  2. I am saddened to learn of your loss. I hope that pleasant memories provide some solace during this time of grief. The best of thoughts, wishes and prayers are sent your way.

  3. When I think of Carmody, I think of a woman with an amazing heart and an awesome aura of grace. Even in these final years of trial and hardship she had a quiet endurance that expressed itself in a gracefulness that could not help but affect all of those around her. She will be more than missed; she will always be a cherished rememberance!

  4. David and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time of great sorrow. Carmody’s sincerity and generosity with her friendship will always be remembered. The Capozello Family

  5. ZB – As you and your family comprehend this profound loss, let yourself cry knowing each tear is a note of love rising to the heavens. You are in our thoughts. Mary, Laurie, Luke and Emily

  6. We have been so Blessed by knowing Dave and Carmody and our prayers and thoughts will be with Dave and his family. Carmody will truly be missed

  7. Dear David, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your wife. You and your family have my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Kathy Haake

  8. My dear David , ZB and Cecily I was so saddened to learn of the death of Carmody..I have such fond memories of her and keep you all close to my heart and in my prayers as you deal with her passing..I am sorry that I will not be able to be with you at this time but I already have a committment. Please hold tight to one another and I am convinced your faith will guide you through this. Most sincerely Sandrad Roeder Wagaman

  9. May the joyous memories of your times together comfort and console you on this difficult day. Although we can not be with you in person today, know that we are indeed there in spirit. We do plan to be with you on Monday. Sharing your sorrow, Ted, Alice, Elise, Will, Kirsten

  10. David ZB,and Cecily,we cherish our happy memoories of Carmody and all the family over these many years. She was a loving woman of great charm, warmth, and, talent. We and everyone she touched will miss her terribly. Love, The Bischoffs, Marty, Anne Marie, Mariann, and Marty

  11. Dear David, Clayton, and Cecily We were saddened to hear of Carmody’s passing. Our thoughts are with you. Jim and Bev Jim Rotherham Beverly Thierwechter

  12. I wish I could be with you today to celebrate Bunny’s life, but age disance and weather have taken their toll. May the Lord bless you and keep you….Frieda

  13. Dear David, Clayton & Cecily, A vibrant personality has left us, and we extent our deepest sympathy to you all. Even when life challenged Bunny repeatedly, her intelligence and wit shone through. She will be missed. Fondly, Charlie & Andrea

  14. David and Family, I knew Carmody only briefly but am grateful to have known such a warm lady. My condolences and prayers.

  15. Dear Mr. Bornemann, Clayton and Cecily, I’m so sad to hear that Mrs. Bornemann passed. She, as well as all of you, were such important people in my life. I remember so fondly the time I spent with your family as a mother’s helper. And the sporatic but deep and meaningful contact we’ve had over the years. Mrs. Bornemann was such a strong role model for me that I wrote my college application essay about her and how she affected my life and career decisions. I regret how my busy life has prevented me from staying in touch better with Mrs. Bornemann and all of you. I do think of her and all of you much more that you could imagine. Love, Mariann & family

  16. David and family: It was always such a pleasure to talk with Carmody; she always had such warmth and friendliness. She made me feel part of the DRB family over the years we worked together. Im really sorry she has gone and my sympathy goes out to you and your daughters.

  17. David and family, I am sorry for your loss and am glad to have had the acquaintance of such a memorable person.

  18. Bunny, you were an amazing woman of strength and determination. You always looked at life with positive thoughts and with a will to fight your illness that was daunting. I loved being with you sharing the good times. I will always remember your wonderfully wry sense of humor. Your laughter will always be with me. Love, Margaret

  19. Carmody was the most compassionate and loving person I’ve ever known. I consider myself fortunate to have met her her first day at Smith and to have been with her and David in October to witness her bravery in dealing with an overwhelming illness. Thank you Carm for all the wonderful memories. LouAnn

  20. I have such fond memories of Carmody. Especially her warmth and kindness in the welcome she gave us all as a family and me in particular as a friend when we first came to the U.S. and moved into Bobbie’s house opposite you in Tartan Court. I was filled with admiration for this beautiful, lively, intelligent, capable and independent woman who seemed to have limitless energy, balancing the needs of her children, husband and career, and to do it with such ease and grace. She was always so elegantly turned out, and could turn on a wonderful social event be it a dinner party for eight, a New Year’s Day party for fifty, or a family barbeque. Carmody and you all as a family introduced us to an American Thanksgiving, our first in the US. I think it was from that time that Thanksgiving became my favorite holiday celebration.

  21. Bunny was a very special woman and probably a bit ahead of her times. I was glad to have known her and saddened when I learned about her loss. With condolences and warm wishes, Peggy Greene

  22. This morning I thought of Carmody and said to myself of all the people I have known, what a lovely one she was. I worked for her on a trading desk in a Wall Street firm. Being the age of open access I decided to use my IPAD and see if I could find her and found a page of loving memories. I am relatively sure this will never be read, but I must leave a last goodbye to a lovely lady.

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