Death Notice: William Cronin, Knocknakilla

The death has occurred of William Cronin, Knocknakilla, Millstreet, Cork. Peacefully, at his home, in the presence of his loving family. Husband of the late Eileen and brother of the late Tommy and Peggy. Loving father of Marian (Donovan), Ena, Dominic, Donal, Patrick, Margaret (Brennan), Fintan, Breda (Lucey), and Billy. Sadly missed by his loving sons, daughters, sons-in-law, Conor, Aidan and Dan daughters-in-law Catherine, Joan, Mary, Lisa and Claire, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sisters May and Eileen brothers Jeremiah and Joe, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours, and friends. May He Rest in Peace
Lying in repose at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet, on Wednesday from 5pm followed by removal at 8pm to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on Thursday at 12 noon, followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. [1]

2 thoughts on “Death Notice: William Cronin, Knocknakilla”

  1. So sorry to hear the loss of a cousin I never met,May he rest in peace My condolences to all the family and friends.

    John and Tess O’Riordan

  2. Sad to learn that William Cronin an elderly citizen of Knocknakilla has lived his last day
    Quite an amiable fellow of him in truth one can say
    He and his late wife Eileen raised their children in Knocknakilla near the Town of Millstreet
    He was quite a likeable fellow and one who was free of conceit
    One who did make many friends over the decades of years
    By his family and relative and friends he would have been farewelled in tears
    One who to Duhallow had seen many Seasons come and go
    But as is often said of time it eventually becomes everyone’s foe
    Though the great gift of life from his mortal body may have gone
    In all who knew William good memories of him will live on
    From the cares of living for us all there will be a final release
    In St Mary’s by Cashman’s Hill in Millstreet he now is at peace
    Of living time he was one who did have a good span
    William Cronin will be remembered as quite a good man.

    “William Cronin” is by Francis Duggan
    http://francisrhymer.blogspot.ie/2017/11/william-cronin.html

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