As a special tribute in memory of the late Con O’Leary of Carriganima tonight’s “Radio Treasures” on www.corkmusicstation.com is deferred until 9.30pm next Tuesday, 31st Aug. 2021. Con was my First Cousin and I had the great privilege of being Best Man at the wedding of Peggy and Con in the 1970s. May the gentle Soul of Con rest in peace. We extend heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Peggy and also to Anthony and Marie as well as to Con’s sister, Sheila and to all the extended Family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. (S.R.)
On August 23rd 2021, surrounded by his loving family in the excellent care of the doctors, nurses and carers in Cork University Hospital. Beloved husband of Peggy (nee Looney), father of Anthony and Marie (Bourke). Deeply missed by his sister Sheila (Crowley), brother-in-law Denis, daughter-in-law Lillian, son-in-law James, grandchildren Ryan, Adam, Éada and Finnán, relatives, neighbours and friends. In accordance with current government guidelines, Requiem Mass will take place on Thursday at 12 noon in St. John the Baptist Church, Carriganima followed by burial in Clondrohid Cemetery.
Message of condolence for the family can be left on the link HERE.
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We won’t talk about sport, but that doesn’t mean that we are losers all the way. Indeed we have great pleasure in congratulating Gillian and Raymond Gilburn on winning first prize of two tickets to Sundays Match for being the best dressed residence in the run-up to the match and he being from the Treaty town himself only went to double the joy for him. Their premises, representing both Cork and Limerick at the Killarney Road end of our town was a credit to them. Once again they made us proud as they have done so many times in the past as they sweep the boards all over the country at Horse racing and other National events for being the Best Dressed people there. Many congratulations to them and long may The Gilburn Family continue to be successful at what they do best. Credit also to all those who made the effort to brighten our town with flags and bunting not to mention Humphrey’s red car down at the dip of the town. Thanks also to his artist supreme Brian O’Leary. Needless to say our commiserations go out to the Cork Team who didn’t make it on the day but will sometime in the future.