The death has occurred of Kathleen Daly (née Buckley), York Terrace, Lewis Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry and late of Toorbona. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.
Formerly of Toorbona, Rathmore. Pre-deceased by her brother Fr. Tim. Kathleen passed away peacefully in the loving care of the management and staff of St. Columbanus’s Home, Killarney. Beloved wife of Dermot and loving mother of Siobhán. Sadly missed by her family, son in law Johnny, grandchildren Daniel, Julie and Mark, brothers John-Joe and Jeremiah, Sisters in law, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and many friends. Kathleen is also deeply missed by her past work colleagues in University Hospital Kerry.
May She Rest in Peace
No flowers by request, donations if desired to Fuschia Ward, St Columbanus’s Home, Killarney.
In accordance with Government and HSE guidelines and in the interest of public health, a private funeral will take place for Kathleen followed by private burial at Killarney Burial Ground. Kathleen’s Requiem Mass in St Mary’s Cathedral will be live streamed on Killarneyparish.com on Tuesday morning at 10.30am. If you wish to offer your condolences online, please click here.
We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information on this Sunday evening’s programme – 23rd August 2020 at 7pm on C103. (S.R.)
A colourful and unique politician, former Fine Gael TD for Cork South-West PJ Sheehan, died on August 10th last. His wife Frances died just seven days previously on August 3rd. Inseparable in this life, they are together again in the next.
In 2002 John Greene sat down with both of them in a room behind the family grocery store in Goleen. It was a week before Christmas and seven months after PJ had lost his seat in Dail Eireann after 21 years.
This wasn’t to be a political interview, or a lament for the loss of a Dail seat, but instead a look into the lives of a unique couple from the moment they were born.
PJ speaks about ………..
Growing up in Kilbrown and his enterprising father.
Taking over the business and receiving a ‘gift’ of a lorry from his father, which he himself had to pay for.
And……. That famous last joust with Charles J. Haughey.
Frances speaks about………
How a ‘pretence’ story from home forced her return from England.
Being far from impressed when she initially heard that her husband was entering politics.
Photographer supreme, Geraldine Dennehy has just shared this splendid image with the following caption: “A Lone Rose ! Spotted this rose this morning while out walking. It survived ‘Ellen’ and all that she threw at it during the week !”