Pass­ing of pop­u­lar Kil­lar­ney woman Bri­die

The Kerryman (South Kerry Edition) - - NEWS -

THERE is deep sad­ness in Kil­lar­ney this week fol­low­ing the pass­ing of well-known busi­ness woman, Bri­die O’Sul­li­van. A na­tive of Ceathrú Thaidhg in County Mayo, Bri­die is the wife of Ed­die, and to­gether the cou­ple and their fam­ily ran the pop­u­lar Tatler Jack pub in Plun­kett Street for many years.

Bri­die also loved her foot­ball and over the years en­joyed the ex­cit­ing mo­ments watch­ing Kerry and Dr Crokes win­ning All-Ire­lands. Ed­die is a former se­lec­tor with Kerry and the Crokes, while her son, Pa­trick, is a former Chair­man of the Kerry County Com­mit­tee. Her son-in-law, Pat O’Shea, is the cur­rent Dr Crokes man­ager and a past All-Ire­land-win­ning man­ager with Kerry in 2007.

Bri­die is sur­vived by her hus­band, Ed­die; their four chil­dren, Pa­trick, Ed­mund, Noreen and Deb­o­rah Ann; in-laws; and rel­a­tives.

Re­posal is at O’Shea’s Fu­neral Home, Kil­lar­ney, on Wed­nes­day evening from 7.15pm to 9pm. Re­moval is af­ter­wards to St Mary’s Cathe­dral, and Re­quiem Mass will be held on Thurs­day at 12pm, with burial af­ter­wards in Agha­doe Lawn Ceme­tery.

Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

Bri­die O’Sul­li­van of The Tatler Jack, Kil­lar­ney, and orig­i­nally of Mayo.

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