Day: November 30, 2021
Anne-Marie McAuliffe, Dromskehy, Clonbanin / Tralee
Anne-Marie McAuliffe – Dromskehy, Clonbanin, Mallow, Co. Cork and late of Kerry County, Tralee Branch, Tralee, Co. Kerry. On November 29th 2021 (peacefully in the presence of her loving family at home). Anne, beloved daughter of Helen (nee Lucey of Currairague) and the late Jerry (Mac), late of Gurteragh, Boherbue, loving sister of Kate, John and Jeremiah. Sadly missed by her loving family, sister-in-law Kirsha, niece Mina, nephew Josh, uncle Christy and all her loving relatives, friends and neighbours.
Requiem Mass in St John’s Catholic Church, Dromagh at 10.00am Wednesday, the 1st December, followed by cremation service which will be restricted to family only. [rip]
Link to Mass Stream: https://musicrowstudios.com/index.php/live/
The McAuliffe family kindly request that Covid guidelines be adhered to including no handshaking.
Family flowers only, Donations in lieu to Marymount Community Palliative Care or the Irish Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.
“Radio Treasures” This Tuesday on CMS from 9.30 to 11.30pm
“Radio Treasures” Weekly Show is on air tonight (Tues., 30th Nov. 2021) on Cork Music Station from 9.30 to 11.30 (Irish Time). Feel most welcome to contact the Show on corkmusicstation@ gmail.com or on Text/WhatsApp 086 825 0074 or check out the Seán Radley Facebook. Happy Listening! We chat about a variety of topics and we listen to the very best songs and music and share some entertaining quotes! We remember our Faithful Departed. We listen to the wonderful voices of Boney M, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Doris Day …. and there’s more…much more and we chat about the images below accessed from our Museum Pictorial Archive. We feature at 10pm an audio recording of the recent visit of World Boxing Champion, Steve Collins and his son Luke at the Museum as well as Seánie Barrett and a wonderful group of Steve’s Friends and Followers. Tap on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
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Eily’s Report – 30th November
Dia is Mhuire díobh go léir a chairde, and welcome to my weekly report.
I’m trying to gather my wits about me at the end of a long day. An eventful day but one with a safe and happy ending. In advance of a Hospital procedure, later this week at CUH I was told to present myself at the Orthopaedic Hospital in Cork today (Monday) for a Covid test. In my innocence I gave myself only an hour and a half to get there not counting on all the road works that are going on between here and there. In normal times it’s a one hour journey. But I was playing safe as I hadn’t driven there in a long time. My first stop was at the bypass works, coupled with a building site this side of Macroom. Following a few minutes delay I motored on happy out that it took so little time. Through Macroom was the usual crawl but I was still OK for time and headed off out of town but alas very soon it was plain that we were going nowhere fast. From the edge of the town my skyline was blurred by the sight of huge lorries that never seemed to move. I daren’t look at the time. But on reaching the turning for Coachford I made a fast decision to take it even though it threw my mental plan for the hospital out of focus. Luckily there was scarcely a car on the road so I motored on. Right all the way as far as the North Gate Bridge in the city where I would veer left for Shandon Street but somehow things were not as plain on the road as they were in my head but surprise, surprise after many diversions I arrived at my destination twenty minutes late. At Block 7 there was a row of cars, about twelve cars in line all heading for the arch, where you would drive in for the test. A lady came out asked for my details, I could see they were all written on the little phial which she had in her hand and when all my answers compared to the ones in her hand we were in business. She couldn’t be nicer and more pleasant, which made the poking at my throat and nostril seem completely painless. Driving out the gate I felt elated, I did it. I then made my way across the city where Geraldine and Mick had the kettle boiled for a welcome cup of tea and lunch. Anyone of my family would have driven me, but I’m reluctant to part with any ability that I have, believing that If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it. Needless to say, prayer plays a big part.