Death Notice: Tadg Crowley, Drishanebeg, Millstreet

Tadg Crowley – Ar dheis Dé to raibh a anam dílis.

(CROWLEY) Drishanebeg, Millstreet. On June 14th, 2017, peacefully in the tender and loving care of the nurses and staff of Mallow General Hospital, TADG, beloved husband of Kathleen (née Collins) and loving father of Jerry, David, Noel, Finbarr, Declan, Elaine (née Dennehy) and the late Denis John.

Sadly missed by his loving family, daughters in law, Maria, Margaret, Dolores, Joanne, Hannah, son in law Anthony and grandchildren. Also his brother in law Vincent Collins and the late Ted Collins, sisters in law Kitty & Nora and cousin Nan O’Leary.
Lying in repose at Tarrant’s Funeral Home on Friday from 6pm with removal at 8pm to St. Patrick’s Church. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 10am with burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Many he rest in peace.

Tadhg Crowley lays the Easter Wreath at the Monument in the Square, Millstreet, on all our behalf honouring the heroes of 1916. (S.R.)
Tadg Crowley at the launch of “Ready Willing Waiting” in the Wallis Arms – (Corkman – March 2016)
Tim O’Shea, Tadg Crowley and Teddy Collins at the Aubane Christmas Party 2006

2 thoughts on “Death Notice: Tadg Crowley, Drishanebeg, Millstreet”

  1. Tadgh Crowley lived in Drishane for most of his long life
    Where he raised his children with Kathleen his devoted wife
    One who did work hard and lived in the honest way
    Of him anyone who knew him did not have any unkind things to say

    In his lifetime any harm to anyone he never done
    His mother and father in him raised a good son
    He had been part of Millstreet for so many years
    Where his passing from life would not have gone without tears

    Sad to learn the life’s journey has come to an end
    Of one who in his lifetime made many a friend
    The Crowley family strong links to Drishane can trace
    Gone from old Duhalow another known and loved face

    So many years of memories Tadgh Crowley did span
    In Drishane where from a boy he grew into a man
    One can say of him that he was Millstreet’s own
    He will be missed from the Parish where he was well known

    Not far from the spot where he first saw light of day
    By Cashman’s Hill in St Mary’s the last remains lay
    Of Tadgh Crowley the good man may he rest in peace
    Hope his parting from life was a painless release.

    by Francis Duggan

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