Death Notice: Patricia Kelly, Coomlogane

Patricia Kelly, CoomloganeKELLY (Coomlogane, Millstreet and formerly Glounthaune, Cullen): On May 30, 2014, very peacefully, with her family, in the exceptional care of the staff of Marymount Hospice, PATRICIA (nee McSwiney), beloved wife of the late Pat, treasured mother of Aedamur, Joe, Pádraig, Orla, Seán and the late Liam. Very sadly missed by her loving family, her sisters Eithne (Pyne), Anne (Murphy) and Mary, her cherished grandchildren Caitlín and Colm, daughter-in-law Patricia and daughter-in-law to be Fiona, son-in-law Gerard Corkery, her brother- in-law, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, kind neighbours and many friends, near and far.
Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on this (Saturday) evening from 5.30pm, followed by removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet at 7.30pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow (Sunday) at 11.30am. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery.

2 thoughts on “Death Notice: Patricia Kelly, Coomlogane”

  1. In a very moving and beautiful tribute at Patricia’s Funeral Mass today Aedamur concluded her wonderful words of appreciation and thanks to her dear Mum with such a fitting quotation: “Don’t cry that I am gone but celebrate that I was here.” Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

  2. As Patricia McSwiney in Glounthaune in Cullen she lived in her early years of life
    Before she came to live in Coomlogane as the late Pat Kelly’s wife
    They lived by Green Glens of show jumping renown
    A five to eight minutes walk at most from Millstreet Town

    A school teacher like her late husband in Coomlogane they raised their family
    She was well known and well liked in the Millstreet community
    Yet of a humble quiet achiever when memories of her we recall
    One who never did yearn for the limelight at all

    Grieved by her friends and her family as a good person in life she was known
    In her teaching in young minds the seeds of knowledge she has sown
    Millstreet better for her living in it in truth one can say
    And so much the worse off for her passing today

    Though never to be seen in Coomlogane or Millstreet Town again
    In all who knew her good memories of her will remain
    From life’s cares and suffering death brings to all a release
    And the good person Patricia Kelly may she now rest in peace.

    “Patricia Kelly” is by Francis Duggan

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