The Irish Times : 2020-07-04

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29 THE IRISH TIMES Saturday, July 4, 2020 FAMILY NOTICES MOTORS FOR SALE W+( ,5,6+ W,0(6 Without the arts there would be nothing. NO MUSIC NO BOOKS NO TV NO FILM NO THEATRE NO DANCE NO POETRY NO PAINTING NO SPECTACLE NO JOY NO EXCITEMENT NO BEAUTY NO POINT. BIRTHS DEATHS ACKNOWLEDG­EMENTS ACKNOWLEDG­EMENTS BRENNAN Clive and Jennifer are delighted to announce the birth of their precious daughter, Emilia Rosemary, born on June 24, 2020, an adored little sister to Alexander Martin and Chloe Isabelle. Heartfelt thanks to Dr. Rhona Mahony and the staff of NMH Holles Street. Deo gratias. RICHARDSON, BYRNE Jim (Dublin and Crossmagle­n) July 5, 2019 — On Jim’s First Anniversar­y his wife Valerie and their children Louisa, Victoria, Sarah and James would like to express their sincere thanks to all those who supported and sympathise­d with them at the time of their loss, to those who attended Jim’s funeral and burial, sent messages of condolence, cards and letters of sympathy. Special thanks to Professor John McCaffrey and the wonderful staff of the Oncology Unit and all the staff who cared for Jim in the Mater Private Hospital during his illness. We thank also Canon Liam Stevenson for the celebratio­n of Jim’s funeral Mass and burial and for the special support he has always given our family. Since it is not possible to thank everyone personally please accept this acknowledg­ement as an expression of our deepest gratitude and appreciati­on. Greatly missed and forever in our thoughts Harry (Delgany, Co. Wicklow formerly of Sandycove, Co. Dublin) Died July 4, 2019. Lovingly missed by his wife Bernie, children Peter wife Sharon, David partner Ashling, Rosemary husband Chuck and Valerie partner John and by his adoring grandchild­ren Emma, Harry and Charlie. On the occasion of his First Anniversar­y, we would like to thank most sincerely all those who offered their sympathies and love at the time of Harry's death. The outpouring of support and comfort whether in person, by phone, text, email, letter or card and very generous donations to the RSPCA, we are deeply grateful. The love and respect for Harry was very evident in the tributes received from around the world. A very special thanks to the Rev. Nigel Waugh for all his guidance, help and support along with Bernie's neighbours who went above and beyond, thank you. We are particular­ly grateful to the members of Monkstown RFC, The Royal St. George Dún Laoghaire and Dun Laoghaire Rotary. As it would be impossible to thank everyone individual­ly we trust that this acknowledg­ement will be accepted by all as a token of our heartfelt appreciati­on. HOWE Desmond (Des) (late of Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow and formerly of Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin) – July 1, 2020, peacefully, in the exceptiona­l care of the staff at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harolds Cross, beloved husband of Theresa, dearly loved Dad of Des Jnr., Lisa and Susan, adored Grandad of Emily, Adam, Evan, Ciara, Matthew, Daniel, Amelie, Senan, Cillian and Lewis; fondly remembered by his sons-in-law Paul and Ed, daughterin-law Andrea, brothers Paddy, Jim, John and Peter, brother-in-law Paddy O’Connor, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. A private Funeral Mass will take place this (Saturday) morning at 10.15am in St. Mary’s Church, Enniskerry followed by burial in Curtlestow­n Cemetery at approx. 11.15am. Family flowers only, please. Donations, if desired to Our Lady’s Hospice, may be made online at LET US SELL YOUR CAR CLASSIC OR MODERN LISTEN TO INSIDE BUSINESS Taking the Hassle out of Selling We prepare, market and sell on consignmen­t Have your car appraised with us. 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Cork and Sweden, (former Head of Dept. of Microelect­ronic Engineerin­g, U.C.C.) peacefully at home, surrounded by his family on 2nd July 2020, devoted husband of Phil (McCarthy) and adored father of Heidi and Jack. He will be sadly missed by his heartbroke­n family in Ireland, his sisters Cecilia and Ylfva and nephews and nieces in Sweden, former colleagues and students, relatives and friends. A private family funeral will take place for Sverre. David Golding Cars IN MEMORIAM BUNWORTH Bill (July 4, 1982) and Theo (June 28, 2009) - Sadly missed along life´s way and lovingly remembered today and throughout the years. Bill, Alan, Mary, Dave, Sue and families. O'CALLAGHAN LYNSKEY and July 4, 1970, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Strokestow­n, Austin and Brenda (Rahaberna, Drum, Sligo). Love and congratula­tions from your children, Austin, Rowan and Amy, daughtersi­n-law, Ruth and Denise, grandchild­ren, Rian, Gemma, Noah, Ross, Eve and Sam, and both families. ,Q DVVRFLDWLR­Q ZLWK LAFFEY Ted, (Mountmelli­ck, Co. Laois) - On Ted´s First Anniversar­y, Mary together with family and close friends remember Ted with love and sadness. We would like to thank our wonderful family and friends who travelled from Ireland and abroad to be here with us for the funeral service. To Ted´s former colleagues from Ballygall NS, colleagues past and present from Scoile Bhride NS. Knockmay, Portlaoise who provided the guard of honours, such a fitting tribute to Ted, retired Principal. We would like to thank all who sent messages of condolence, mass cards, sympathy cards and letters, all of which were very comforting. A special word of thanks to Professor John Reynolds, Dr. Sinead Cuffe, Dr. Moya Cunnigham and all the oncology team in St James hospital for their wonderful care and kindness throughout Ted's illness. A very special thank you to Laois Palliative Care Team and Mountmelli­ck HSE Primary Care team who made it possible for Ted to die peacefully with dignity at home in the gentle loving care of family and close friends. Thank you to Mc Elwee's Pharmacy who provided a wonderful service and support to us over the years. To Rev. Paul Fitzpatric­k, Ted's loyal friend who lead the ecumenical service along with Fr. Mícheál Murphy, PP to John Moloney, Funeral Undertaker­s for their kindness and profession­alism. A special word of thanks to all who supported us in so many ways during Ted's illness and who continue to support us. Your continued friendship, love and kindness means so very much and is greatly appreciate­d. Thank you. Please accept this acknowledg­ement as an expression of our deepest gratitude. Let us not look for you only in memory, Where we would grow lonely without you. You would want us to find you in presence 2014 Skoda Rapid AUTOMATIC CASEY Michael (Thirteenth Anniversar­y, July 5, 2007). Remembered always by Maria, Ciarán, Conor and Aisling. "Forever Loved" 1.4 TSi Petrol 5 door 1 owner 31,000 miles Road tax only €280 CASH PRICE €11,950 WITH TRADE IN €12,950 CHANDLER Reginald George, FRIAI. died July 4, 2015. Celebrated for the time we had together, now missed more than ever by Althea, Sarah, Mark and everyone in the wider family. www.davidgoldi­ 019036364 / 0877853264 LET YOURS be a Willing Heart. Please remember us in your Will and help the fight against death and disability from heart disease and stroke. Irish Heart Foundation, 17-19 Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6, D06 C780. Main switch: 01 6685001 MOLONY Dermot (Blackwater, Parteen, Co. Clare. Late Consultant Gynaecolog­ist, St. John’s Hospital, Limerick). July 3rd 2020 peacefully at Limerick University Hospital. Beloved husband of Dorothy. Dearly loved father of Keith, Danna, Conal, Jean, Diarmuid and Chantal. Brother of the late Rita. Sadly missed by his sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, his much loved grandchild­ren, sisters Colette and Christine, extended, family and friends. May he rest in peace. A Private Requiem Mass will take place in Parteen Church at 12 noon on Monday (6th July 2020) with burial afterwards in Mount St. Lawrence Cemetery (Extension). In line with best practice taken from government advice regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place. Mass Cards and letters of sympathy can be posted to Thompson Funeral Directors. Sympathies may also be expressed through condolence­s section. David Golding Cars CLEARY Eileen (Sixteenth Anniversar­y, July 7) — Lovingly remembered today and always by Vincent, Brendan and Kevin, daughters-in-law, grandchild­ren, extended family and friends. FAMILY NOTICES 2016 Volvo V70 DIESEL AUTOMATIC CLIFFORD Marie (Seventh Anniversar­y) - Sadly missed by her loving daughters Simone and Naomi, grandchild­ren Jeff, Clarice and Kate, sons-in-law John and Pat, family and friends. All notices are subject to authentica­tion Hi spec leather, 5 Door estate 2000cc V70 D4SE 181BHP 75000 miles, Road tax only €270 CASH PRICE €20,950 WITH TRADE IN €21,950 Death notices should be emailed to www.davidgoldi­ 019036364 / 0877853264 COFFEY Jim (Twenty-third Anniversar­y) - Remembered with love by his family on the anniversar­y of his death. #SAVETHEART­S advertisin­ before 5pm Monday–Friday VOLVO COLLINS-POWELL, Deirdre (Sixth Anniversar­y)- Lovingly remembered by all the family. TO ADVERTISE O'CONNELL (née Fanagan) (Dublin and Ballyvaugh­an, Co. Clare) - July 3rd 2020 in the special care of Newtown Park House Nursing Home, Elizabeth J. (Beth) beloved wife of the late Matthew O’Connell (Caherdanie­l, Co. Kerry) and stepmother to the late Matt and Maurice. Beth will be greatly missed by her stepson Freddie and her adoring grandchild­ren Hannah and Molly, their mother Mary, her great grandchild­ren Nora, Freddie and Seamus, her brother Joe, sisters-inlaw Myra and Rhona and her many nephews, nieces, grandnephe­ws, grandniece­s, great grandnephe­ws and great grandniece­s, her godchildre­n and many great friends. May she Rest in Peace. In accordance with government guidance regarding social gathering, a private family funeral will take place on Tuesday at 10.00 am. and may be viewed on www.whitefriar­streetchur­ Family flowers only, please COYLE Hugh O´Connell (July 4, 2018) (late of Dublin, Galway and Clifden) - On the Second Anniversar­y of his sudden death. Profoundly missed in so many ways by his children Rachael, Jessica, Alice, Lara, grandchild­ren, family and friends. Lovingly remembered in our hearts and minds today and every day. TO ADHVEERRTI­ESE HERE Outside of these hours Death Notices will only be taken through our self serve portal at Business+ MONDAY TO FRIDAY IN THE IRISH TIMES Death Notices will only be accepted from Funeral Directors et dictis maerentia pectora mulcet 201 XC60 demo R-Design GALLAGHER, Anthony (Seventh Anniversar­y) - Remembered every day with love by his wife, Rose, son, Tony and daughter, Ruth. 'Love transcends Death’ Incl. Luxury Digital Pack and Volvo Retractabl­e Tow bar. Exclusive Offers LANNEN Ruairi — On the first anniversar­y of his death, Ruairi's children; Anna and Tommy together with his parents, Mary and Killian wish to extend their thanks to all who knew and loved Ruairi. Thanks also from Ruairi's aunties and uncles and siblings Stephen, Caitriona, Nicola and Killian and in-laws Fiach, Brit and Brigie. Together we would like to express our sincerest gratitude for the overwhelmi­ng love and support we received during this sad time. In particular his closest friends Dr Jason Macmahon, Eddie Dillon, Julian Grant and Ian Hasselache­r, along with Ruairi's cousin Marc Flanagan. A special appreciati­on to Abbot Christophe­r Dillon together with the monks of Glenstal Abbey and the Church of The Three Patrons, Rathgar who collective­ly did such a wonderful job of celebratin­g Ruairi's life. In addition, Jeremy Morgan for his beautiful delivery of Ruairi's favorite music. 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THE IRISH TIMES SITUATIONS VACANT O'CONNOR Enda (Santry, Dublin 9) July 2, 2020 (peacefully) in the loving company of his family and the care of the dedicated staff at Beaumont Hospital, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth (Lily) and loving father of Keelin, Rory, Barry, Shane, Niamh and Nessa. He will be sadly missed by his sons, daughters, daughters-in-law, sons-inlaw, his cherished grandchild­ren, brothers Very Rev. Canon Erill O’Connor and Rory (Snr.), sister Grainne, sister-in-law Joan, extended family, relatives and friends. Removal to The Church of the Holy Child, Whitehall, Dublin 9 (this) Saturday morning (4th July) arriving at 9:50am for 10am Requiem Mass which can be viewed on the parish website (https://www.churchserv­ whitehall) followed by burial at Dardistown Cemetery. 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LAWLOR (née O´Kelly) Claire/Clar (Third Anniversar­y, July 5) - Missed all the time by her mother Sile O´Kelly Merrick (inconsolab­le), sadly missed by her husband Karl and by her brothers Seadhna, Dara and Barry, her stepdad Robin, and her nephews and nieces, all supported by wonderful memories of a bubbly, inquisitiv­e smart and loving pal. TALINK IRELAND LTD is seeking a Welder with 5 years' experience in MIG welding carbon steel and S5 and T6 aluminium. Job Location: Blackrock Salary: €30,764 Hours per week: 40 Send CV to Health+ Family €299 SHOPPING & SERVICES GUIDE Luxurious one night stay with compliment­ary upgrade and dinner at The K Club. PRICE VALUE €548 SAVE €249 PETS EVERY TUESDAY IN MANGAN (Ann Knight) Anniversar­y, July 6) - remembered and greatly her daughter Geraldine friends. May she Rest in Peace. (Seventh Lovingly missed by and many THE IRISH TIMES NORTH CO. DUBLIN SPCA Rewarding Times is a service from The Irish Times featuring exclusive entertainm­ent, accommodat­ion and lifestyle offers from selected partners. Affectiona­te, gentle and settled, 4 year old, neutered female Lurcher - would greatly appreciate a new loving home: Phone: 01 8375630 or 086 1653197. rewardingt­ For all terms of offer please go to McGRATH Rosemary (Clontarf) April 6, 2019. The family of Rosemary wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who supported us during Rosemary's illness and those who attended her funeral. A special word of thanks to her many friends and work colleagues from United Drug and The McCartan Pharmacy Group and all those who travelled long distances. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions. "Rosemary lives in our hearts" MARKEY Aisling (Sixth Anniversar­y) - Our cherished Aisling, remembered with much love and very sadly still missed every day by her family. MURPHY Margaret (Malahide) (Second Anniversar­y, July 4) Lovingly remembered by Brendan, Neal, Brian, Paul, Jennifer and families. “Margaret, we love you, we miss you” O'HALLORAN Ursula (Ranelagh) 2nd July 2020. Peacefully in the wonderful care of Our Lady’s Hospice Harold’s Cross. Predecease­d by her brothers Sam, Tim and Jimmy. Ursula will be deeply missed by her loving brother Dermot (Jerry); sisters Marie and Nora; nieces, nephews extended family, great neighbours and her wide circle of friends. A private family funeral will take place in accordance with current Government guidelines concerning public gatherings. Family flowers only please. Donations, in lieu, to Our Lady’s Hospice and Care Services. The Funeral Mass will be available to view through Beechwood Parish webcam at 10 am on Tuesday July 7th. www.beechwoodp­ O´CONNELL Eoin Anniversar­y) — Our remembered - Aidan, family. (Sixteenth son, lovingly Gertrude and MULVEY Fr. Pat (Johnstown, Dublin and Rathcormac, Cork), February 20, 2020. Fr. Pat's sister Sheila (Quinlan) and his nieces and nephews would like to express our sincere thanks for the kindness and support extended to us at the time of Fr. Pat´s death. We are grateful to all our relatives, great friends and his fellow priests who called, phoned and attended his wake and funeral as well as all who sent Mass cards and letters. Thanks also to the kind and dedicated community at Our Lady's Manor, Dalkey where Fr. Pat spent his final years. A special thanks to Fr. Peadar Murney for his support and friendship and for his very moving funeral Mass. Please accept this Acknowledg­ement as a token of our gratitude and appreciati­on. A Mass will be offered for the intentions of all. "I gcónai inár measc" THE IRISH TIMES INSIDE POLITICS Ó CRUADHLAOI­CH Ciarán (July 4, 2009) - Treasured memories of Ciarán, loved and missed by his family every day. Agus a athair, Padraig (20ú Meanfomhai­r 2015). “In ár smaointe go deo“ O'HERLIHY Angela (nee Serridge), died July 4, 1978. Memories of our wonderful mother Angela (much loved wife of the late Joe). Still lights up our lives and helps us see our way through. Mary, Noreen and John. MAKE HISTORY POWER Joseph (Joe) (late of Shanid Road, Harold’s Cross, Dublin) - July 3, 2020, in the very tender care of the staff in Simpson’s Hospital for many years. Beloved brother, brother-in-law and uncle. Deeply regretted by his sisters Mary and Angela, sister-in-law Angela, brothers-in-law Arthur and Pat, nieces, nephews, grandniece­s, grandnephe­ws, relatives and friends. Rest in Peace. A Private family funeral will take place in accordance with current Government guidelines concerning public gatherings. Joe’s funeral Mass will be available to view on Holy Cross, Dundrum Parish webcam at 11.30am on Tuesday (July 7) morning. Please use this link https:// www.dundrumpar­ to view. O´RAHILLY Anne (Sixteenth Anniversar­y) - Always remembered and missed - Chris, Anne, Margaret, Jimmy and families. TAYLOR Our Lovely Lynn (Twenty Seventh Anniversar­y) Strange times but we know you will watch over us, as always. O’NEILL (née Smyth), Bernadette (Bernie), July 9, 2019. On Bernie’s first anniversar­y her daughter Cathy (White), son-in-law Conor, along with the wider Smyth family would like to sincerely thank the many, many people who supported us and provided comfort in the time leading up to and after Bernie’s death. We would like to pay a special tribute to the staff at Beechfield Manor, in particular Ann-Marie and Joan, her long time carer and friend. Thank you to Father John O’Connor of St. Anne’s Parish and our friends in Rathmichae­l Parish. Sincere thanks to Stephen Collier and his sons at Collier’s Funeral Directors for your respectful profession­alism. To the many friends of ours and friends of Bernie from Navan, the ESB, Shankill and further afield who sent messages, cards, attended Bernie’s reposing and funeral - we are eternally grateful for the support from each and every one of you. Your kindness, words and practical help provided immense comfort to us. As we observe with deep sadness families having to travel this journey alone in these difficult times, we are even more grateful that we had the privilege of being surrounded by you all to carry us through. We have made a donation to support the fight against COVID-19 in remote communitie­s in Kenya through brighterco­ as an expression of our deepest gratitude. Museum today All my love Mum. Little Visit the BIRTHDAY MEMORIES THORNBURY Katherine. Birthday today. Loved and by family and friends. Ka's missed BEQUEST REMEMBER DUBLIN SIMON Community when making your Will. By leaving something behind for those society has left behind, you will help us end homelessne­ss in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow and Meath. Dublin Simon Community, 1-2 Cope Street, Dublin 2. Tel (01) 671 5551. – The fight against cancer goes on and on and on. Please remember the Irish Cancer Society when writing your Will. Irish Cancer Society, 43/45 Northumber­land Rd., Dublin 4. Tel: (01) 231 0500. WILL THEM WELL INSIDE POLITICS PODCAST ENABLE IRELAND - Please consider making a lasting gift to children and adults with disabiliti­es by rememberin­g us in your Will. www. enableirel­ Phone: 01 866 5217 Listen now 6$W85'$< -8T< I THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME Help us realise our vision that no-one will face death or bereavemen­t without the care and support they need by rememberin­g us in your will. Make a lasting difference contact Clare Martin at 01 6793188 or Email: clare.martin@hospicefou­ 15 st stephens green littlemuse­ THE IRISH TIMES CORNER OF DAWSON ST TICKETS -

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