Death Notice: Peg Healy, Murphy’s Terrace

2011-05-05 Peg Healy on her 80th BirthdayThe death has occurred on Sunday, March 17, 2013 of Peg Healy, (née Lynch) of Murphy’s Terrace, Millstreet. Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home Millstreet, Monday from 6.00pm with removal at 8.00pm to Cullen church. Requiem mass on Tuesday at 12 noon and burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.

5 thoughts on “Death Notice: Peg Healy, Murphy’s Terrace”

  1. Peg Healy

    Born and raised as Peg Lynch in Cullen in Duhallow
    But in Murphy’s Terrace in Millstreet she lived most of her life
    She was a good mother to her very large family
    And to Paddy Healy a devoted wife

    Her family and her friends will surely grieve her passing
    Though she must have been getting on in years
    I reckon she must have been close to ninety
    But she was one worthy of parting tears

    A role model to her children and grandchildren
    It was by good example she did lead
    One more good person from Millstreet gone forever
    The notice of her passing it was sad to read

    In Murphy’s Terrace and the Town of Millstreet
    For many years her’s was a familiar face
    Millstreet was far better for her living in it
    And in her role in her family none for to take her place

    I knew her in my younger years in Millstreet
    To everyone there Peg Healy was well known
    Her great claim to fame was to live as a good person
    And she was truly one of Millstreet’s own

    You can only do the best with the life you are given
    This is how it is and it will always be
    And Peg’s life was a success she lived as a good person
    As all who knew her surely would agree

    The longest lived human life in time is not a long one
    This is how it is and it has always been this way
    Peg Healy may she rest in peace forever
    By Cashman’s Hill where her last remains does lay.

    Posted by Francis Duggan

  2. Dear Francis, Thank you for the lovely tribute you penned to my late sister, I think you seem to have known her even better than her own family. Your’s, Tadhg.

  3. Thank you for the beautiful tribute to my sister Peg. I am very proud to have had Peg as my sister. I was sorry not to have been able to make it over this week from Las Vegas. But I will be home soon enough and will visit her in Cashman’s Hill
    Thank You Again Francis
    Sincerely ,
    Joan Lynch Crane

  4. Than you francis for the tribute to my precious mother i will miss her so much but know she is at peace now ,she was 81 & left me with a life time of memories ,thank you again
    margaret(healy)higgins .wicklow.

  5. Lovely poem to read about my Aunt Peg, she was such a darling Aunt to have,
    Thank you for this , RIP Peg love and will miss you Forever
    Your Niece Julie in Tralee

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