How to retain information within a transaction after a forceclosetransaction?

I made a script to edit families, using this example from @Mostafa_El_Ayoubi and @Dimitar_Venkov. I would like the script to return some feedback on succesfull operations, like below, but all I get as OUT when no exceptions are thrown is a null value. How do I get my script to directly return information about a succesfully created parameter?
Two obvious workarounds are to look it up after the transaction is done or to write to a text file while still in the transaction and import the text file afterwards. Does anyone know which way would be faster?

Example of collecting feedback inside the transaction:

import clr

from RevitServices.Persistence import DocumentManager
from RevitServices.Transactions import TransactionManager
doc = DocumentManager.Instance.CurrentDBDocument

from Autodesk.Revit.DB import *

par_name = IN[0]
exec("par_type = ParameterType.%s" % IN[1])
exec("par_grp = BuiltInParameterGroup.%s" % IN[2])
inst_or_typ = IN[3]
families = UnwrapElement(IN[4])

# class for overwriting loaded families in the project
class FamOpt1(IFamilyLoadOptions):
    def __init__(self): pass
    def OnFamilyFound(self,familyInUse, overwriteParameterValues): return True
    def OnSharedFamilyFound(self,familyInUse, source, overwriteParameterValues): return True

trans1 = TransactionManager.Instance
trans1.ForceCloseTransaction() #just to make sure everything is closed down
# Dynamo's transaction handling is pretty poor for
# multiple documents, so we'll need to force close
# every single transaction we open
result = []

for f1 in families:
    famdoc = doc.EditFamily(f1)
    fResult = []
    try: # this might fail if the parameter exists or for some other reason

	    p=famdoc.FamilyManager.AddParameter(par_name, par_grp, par_type, inst_or_typ)
        #I don't think I can return the new parameter itself, since it exists in 'famdoc', not in 'doc'
        famdoc.LoadFamily(doc, FamOpt1())
    except Exception, e:
OUT = result

Note: @Mostafa_El_Ayoubi altered the exception as written by @Dimitar_Venkov per this source. There seems no point in closing a transaction that was opened in a try: clause because it is rolled back on failing the premise. Is that a correct assumption?

Thanks! And sorry about the edits, indentation got messed up.

@ekkonap Can you post your dyn as well? thanks.

BatchFamilyManagerTest.dyn (14.1 KB)
Here you go. Any Thoughts?