The death has occurred of Denis (Denny) Murphy, Gurranecarney, Caherdowney, Carriganima, Macroom, Co. Cork.
Denis passed away unexpectedly on October 26th 2020, much loved husband and best friend of Caitríona and much loved and adored father of Gráinne and Ríona. Sadly missed by his heartbroken wife and children, brother Stephen, sisters Noreen, Mary and Anne, brothers-in-law, sisters- in-law, aunt Eileen, nieces, nephews, relatives and his dear neighbours and friends.
Following the current guidelines a private Funeral Mass will take place for Denis in St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Thursday at 1pm and burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations if desired, to Pieta House. Denis’s Funeral Mass will be aired on www.corkmusicstation.com. Please leave your condolences here.
TENTH ANNIVERSARY Noel Healy
Canon O’Donovan Centre, Millstreet, formerly of Curracahill, Millstreet
In loving memory of Noel, whose 10th anniversary occurs on 1st November.
Sadly missed and always remembered by his brothers Tony and Pat Joe, sisters Carmel and Anne, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.
We think about you always
We talk about you still
You have never been forgotten
And you never will.
We hold you close within our hearts
And there you will remain
To walk and guide us through our lives
Until we meet again.
The Anniversary Mass took place at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Sunday, 26th July at 11.30 a.m.
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my report.
This past week took us into another lockdown and on Saturday night our clocks went back one hour. In each case leading into no small number of changes that we will have to make. Neither of the two changes were very welcome, but as there is no way around them we may as well start by finding how we are going to plan our way forward. The first shock is always the worst, be when we give it time for the dust to settle then we can come up with plans. The first long evening is always terrible. The mind races to find some way of whiling away those long hours of darkness. Some people I know have resolved to get up an hour earlier in the morning and put in the hours so that by the time evening comes they are satisfied to call it a day, anytime from five o’clock on. Rising early of course is a wonderful thing regardless of any time change. Early risers have told us, over and over that we are missing the best part of the day and I couldn’t agree more. The world is a different place at the tail end of the night. It is then that all nocturnal creatures are retiring to their nests and burrows. You’d be forgiven for thinking that we haven’t much wildlife in our district but because they are night-time creatures we don’t see them. We occupy the land at different times. The badger, the hedge hog, hares, foxes, rats, mice,minks, bats, they are all here but politely give us our shift without interruption until we retire. So maybe our early morning people have the right idea and have the pleasure of seeing little animals popping into their warm places of rest while we take over for the day.
[read more …] “Eily’s Report – 27th October”