Mary Cashman, Tullig House, Millstreet (née Goggin of Maulnahorna, Carriganima). Peacefully, on January 10th 2019, surrounded by her loving family, in the wonderful care of the staff at the Bon Secours Hospital, Cork.
Beloved wife of the late Denis, and sister of the late Thomas and Christy. Very deeply missed by her sons Pat, Donal, and Michael, daughters-in-law Berni, Angelica, and Ola, grandchildren Alannah, Oisín, Filip, Julia, and Ída, sisters Sheila, Ann, and Helen, nieces, nephews, extended family, neighbours, and many friends.
Lying in repose in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on Sunday afternoon from 4pm to 6pm followed by removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on Monday at 12pm, followed by burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.
We thank Principal, Pól Ó Síodhcháin for sharing this Friday evening (10th Jan. 2020) images from the BTYSTE 2020 at the RDS in which MCS features in a number of Award Winning Projects. Sincere congratulations to All the Students who participated and a special mention to the Award Winning Projects. Well done also to the Staff Members who have been wonderfully supportive. One of the brilliant MCS Projects featured in today’s front page of the “Irish Examiner”. Tap on the various images to enlarge. (S.R.) Pól has just shared the following update: “What a proud night for MCS at BTYSTE! In total 5 group awards: 3rd for Harry, Donagh and Darragh in social and behavioural sciences; 2nd for Omar, Darren & Bevin in biological and ecological sciences and a special award from Teagasc. 2 highly commended Awards for Orlaith and Jenny and Eabha, Fia and Taragh. Tremendous achievement! Thanks Seán for helping to create such a positive atmosphere & work ethic in MCS! (It was an honour to be involved in this year’s brilliant event, Pól) We celebrate this amazing success as a whole school community.” During our radio interviews with the Students and Teachers they all emphasised how grateful they were to Millstreet Community Council for the annual much appreciated financial support given for the important BTYSTE experience. (S.R.)
The death has occurred of Mary C. Kiely (née Neligan) Fairfield, Dromagh, Cork / Rockchapel, Cork. On January 9th, 2020, unexpectedly at her residence, Mary C. beloved wife of the late Sèan and loving mother of the late John Martin. Sadly missed by her cherished sons, Michael and Derry, adored grandchildren Niamh, Ronan, Luke and Ellie, daughters-in-law Sinead and Maeve. Deeply regretted by her loving family, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, especially Jerh and Mary, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. Ar dheis Dè go raibh a hanam dilis.
Rosary on Saturday at 8pm in Grace’s Funeral Home, Kanturk. Lying in repose in Grace’s Funeral Home on Sunday from 6pm followed by removal at 8pm to St. John’s Church, Dromagh. Requiem Mass on Monday at 12 noon with funeral afterwards to Dromtariffe New Cemetery. [rip]
The community-funded Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR) air ambulance service based in Rathcoole is at risk of being grounded within a week due to a funding shortfall. – “We’ve done approaching 250 missions for the National Ambulance Service. We’ve been busier than we initially anticipated,” pilot John Murray told C103’s Cork Today.
The air ambulance has flown 17 missions more each month than anticipated since its launch five months ago. “We might not save lives every day but we do several times a week,” Mr Murray said.