Death Notice: Eimear O’Mahony, Inchileigh, Millstreet

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O’MAHONY (Millstreet): On August 24, 2015, EIMEAR DENISE, peacefully, at ICU Beaumont, in the caring presence of Derry, her beloved fiancé and best friend, her loving and adoring family Jerry, Anne Marie, Mary and Niamh, extended O’Mahony and Cooney families and friends. Sadly missed by her nana Gobnait, aunts, uncles, cousins, work colleagues and lifelong friends.

Reposing at her home, in Inchileigh on today, Wednesday, with Vigil Prayers at 8pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow, Thursday, at 12 noon in St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Burial afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery. Family flowers only, please. Donations, in lieu, to Beaumont Hospital.

Hakuna Matata.


2015-08-24 Eimear O'Mahony, Inchileigh

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  1. With Eimear O Mahony’s father Jerry and her uncle John i was in Millstreet Primary School
    Far north of where i now live in Illowa near the City of Warrnambool
    I remember well when their mother Mrs O Mahony from life passed away
    Our teacher said to us for her soul kneel and pray

    She had died as a young mother Denny O Mahony’s wife
    And for her husband and young children a huge cross in life
    And though as children we knew the O Mahony family of fate had received a cruel blow
    Of the depth of their loss we were too young to know

    Their marvelous late aunt to young adults the seven O Mahony children did raise
    And for her sacrifice for them she is well worthy of praise
    More than fifty years in time have gone by since then
    And the children at that time now aging women and men

    Like her grandmother Eimear O Mahony at a young age has died
    Suppose to live to a good age one needs luck on their side
    For Jerry and Anne Marie and the O Mahony family and Eimear’s soulmate the grief of loss must be hard to bear
    Though time can be a healer of which we are aware

    Such sad tidings does carry me way back in time
    To when i was a young boy years before my life’s prime
    When Mrs O Mahony of Inchileigh at a young age breathed her last
    The present in memory can be linked to the past.

    “Eimear O Mahony” is by Francis Duggan


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