Pommerit le VicomteTwinning Committee Pays Special Tribute to Doireann O’Sullivan

In Memory of the late Doireann O’Sullivan who was such a wonderfully supportive and dedicated Member of Millstreet Twinning Association we have just received a very special message from Yves Allain on behalf of the Twinning Association of our Twin Town, Pommerit le Vicomte.  We firstly share the exact message as received in French and then we include our translation of the much appreciated message from our great Friends in Brittany: 

It is with great emotion that we learned of the death of Doireann O’ Sullivan.
We appreciate and treasure our knowing Doireann for almost 30 years of our twinning relationships POMMERIT / Millstreet.
She was always so very welcoming and available to open her home to Pommeritains.
Co-Chair JOSEPH CROM and all members of the Twinning Committee join me to present our condolences to Doireann’s Family.
YVES ALLAIN  (Thank you for communicating our sincere sympathy also to Millstreet Twinning Association including  PAT.JOHN.LIAM.ANN.BREEDA.GORDON …. AND OTHERS).
Yves – We thank you for your very kind communication and we also extend our heartfelt sympathy to Doireann’s Family.   A true lady – Doireann was a Friend Supreme to all.   May she rest in peace.   Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.  (S.R.)

Death Notice: Doireann O’Sullivan, Liscahane

2011-12 Doireann O'Sullivan at the Millstreet Twinning Christmas PartyO’SULLIVAN (Millstreet – Milford): On December 27, 2014, suddenly, in the exceptional care of the staff of Teach Altra, Newmarket, DOIREANN (nee O’Shea), beloved wife of the late Noel, loving mother to Nial and Cliona (Browne), mother-in-law to Dan and grandmother to Emma and David. Sadly missed by her family, sisters, brother, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, and a large circle of good friends.

Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet this Monday evening from 6pm, followed by removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, at 8pm. Requiem Mass on tomorrow, Tuesday, at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the Churchyard, Dunmanway. Ar dheis dé go raibha h-anam dílis.