Death Notice: Late Eva Walsh, Ickenham, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England

We wish to extend to Maurice Walsh and his Family our sincere sympathy on the recent sad departure of his beloved wife, Eva, to her Eternal Reward. R.I.P..  Maurice is of course a native of Dooneen, Millstreet where his parents had the very popular shop close to Millstreet Railway Station. Having had the privilege of meeting with Eva and having spoken on several occasions by telephone – Eva was a lady of the very highest calibre – always so very kind, supportive, caring and such an interesting person with whom to converse.   She was blessed with a wonderful sense of humour and shared the most marvellous and sound advice.  Eva had a consistently cheerful and uplifting attitude to life.  Maurice and Eva celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of their Wedding a few years ago and have been such an inspirational Couple to All.   When further details of funeral arrangements are shared we shall provide these here on our website.   We thank the son of Maurice and Eva – Philip – for getting in contact with us.   Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.  (S.R.)

Eva & Maurice Walsh pictured in the 1980s at Victoria Coach Station, London delivering a number of superb historic items including the renowned Gramophone which they were kindly presenting to Millstreet Museum.  These important historic items I then brought back to Ireland on a Slattery Coach which left from London Coach Station that day.  (S.R.)

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