Death Notice: Daithí Dowling, Murphy’s Terrace

The death has occurred on Sunday 20th November 2016 of David (Daithí) DOWLING Murphys Terrace, Millstreet, late of C.I.E. and John A Woods. After a short illness at the Bons Secour Hospital Cork, beloved husband of the late Maura and grandfather of the late Tom. Deeply regretted by his sons Thomas and David daughters Martina, Helen and Caroline, grandchildern Sarah, Siobhan, David, Gemma, Cian, Eanna, Kate, Roisin, Sorcha, Jayden and great-grand- daughter Emma, in-laws, relatives,neighbours and friends.

Reposing at Tarrants Funeral Home, Millstreet Town, Co Cork, on Monday, with rosary at 8pm. Removal on Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon and burial afterwards to St Mary’s Cemetery.

David Tarrant, Funeral Director (IAFD), West End, Millstreet, Cork
<email> / 029-70176 / Mobile: 087 2525095

2 thoughts on “Death Notice: Daithí Dowling, Murphy’s Terrace”

  1. Such sad news out of Millstreet In Duhallow Daithi Dowling has passed away
    In St Mary’s in view of Cashman’s Hill his last remains now lay
    He will be missed by friends and family and everyone who knew him in Millstreet
    Daithi was an honorable person as nice a fellow as one could wish to meet

    Predeceased by his beloved wife Maura she passed away just a few years ago
    Time that does rust steel and iron eventually becomes everybody’s foe
    All of us humans are born as mortals for us there is a last night and day
    Though good memories of people like Daithi Dowling does long outlive bodily decay

    As a young man he played for Millstreet and Ballydaly in hurling and Gaelic Football
    In his prime years in the nineteen fifties and sixties he was handsome athletic and tall
    In his lifetime he was quite a likeable fellow and his friends in numbers did grow
    And it truly can be said of Daithi that he was one who did have the inner glow

    He was one who led by good example devoted to his children and Maura his late wife
    And it can be said of Daithi Dowling that he was a man who truly did love life
    It is so sad to learn of his passing but such a day will come to us all
    For everyone there is a last Winter a last Spring and Summer and last Fall

    For all of us there will be a last sunrise and for everyone there is a last sundown
    He will be missed by many in Millstreet and in places far beyond Millstreet Town
    Hope in death that he did not suffer that from life his was a painless release
    In the cemetery of St Mary’s may Daithi Dowling forever rest in peace.

    Daithi Dowling is by Francis Duggan

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