An­newasakeen walk­er­who­took part­in­many mini-marathons

The Argus - - OBITUARIES - Anne Car­roll 1941-2018

IT is with great sad­ness that the fam­ily of Anne Car­roll, Mourne Vale, Dundalk, an­nounces her pass­ing af­ter a tragic ac­ci­dent on Tues­day, 6 Novem­ber, 2018. Her hus­band Oliver died just ten months be­fore in Jan­uary.

Aged 77, she was a daugh­ter of the late Joseph and Mary Pet­ti­grew and was born in Au­gust, 1941 in Belfast.

She moved to Dundalk 46 years ago af­ter she mar­ried Oliver Car­roll in 1965. They lived in Belfast for a num­ber of years prior to then.

A lov­ing mother, friend and home maker, Anne was a re­mark­able cook. She en­joyed pre­par­ing meals for her fam­ily and ex­tended fam­ily and friends, most es­pe­cially over the hol­i­days.

She was a very kind, lov­ing, per­son. She loved her gar­den and could bring any­thing back to life.

She also was a keen walker, and com­pleted the Dublin mini-marathon a num­ber of times and in the process raised money for char­ity.

Anne was also pre­de­ceased by her brothers, Joseph and Patsy; sis­ters, Philom­ena Lynch and Mar­garet Wil­son, along with her lov­ing hus­band.

She is sur­vived by her daugh­ter, Maria Car­roll Goldrick; son-in-law, Ken Goldrick; son, Ea­monn Car­roll and his part­ner, Natalie Gre­gory; grand­chil­dren, Dil­lon and Ruby, as well as her brother, Felix; sis­ters, Iso­bel O’Con­nor, Geral­dine Pet­ti­grew, Teresa Caulfield; brothers-in-law, Kevin, John, Leo and Jim; sis­ters-in-law, Agnes, Alice, Mau­reen and Noreen; nieces, neph­ews, ex­tended fam­ily rel­a­tives, won­der­ful neigh­bours and friends.

The fam­ily would like to thank the emer­gency ser­vices, fam­ily cir­cle, neigh­bours and friends for all their kind­ness and sup­port dur­ing this dif­fi­cult time.

Month’s Mind Mass for Anne is at 11am on Sun­day, 9 De­cem­ber, 2018 in the Holy Fam­ily Church.

The late Anne Car­roll.

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