Mary Agnes Murphy – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

                   Mary Agnes Murphy

                     Rathduane, Rathmore

                        Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

                     May 16th 2021

As we lovingly remember Mary Agnes on her First Anniversary, we her family would like to express our sincere gratitude to those who helped and supported us with our sad loss . We wish to thank all those who offered condolences, sent Mass cards, floral tributes, phoned, Mary’s kind neighbours and friends who lined the road to bid Mary a final farewell.

 A special thanks to the wonderful staff of Millstreet Hospital who cared for Mary in the last two years of her life. We are very grateful for the care she received. We sincerely appreciate the great care she received from all her home help. We want to especially thank Peg Carroll and Bebe White for the outstanding care they gave to Mary over many years. We want to also thank the staff of the  Canon O’Donovan Daycare Centre for the kindness and attention they gave over a long time.

 We would like to thank Fr John Fitzgerald and Fr Tucker for performing such beautiful and thoughtful ceremonies. We would like to give a special thanks to Mr. Davy Tarrant Funeral directors and his colleagues for their kindness and professionalism. As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgment as an expression of our deepest gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for your intentions.  Mary’s  First Anniversary Mass will be held in Cullen Church on Sunday 22nd May.

John O’Keeffe, Main Street – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

John O’Keeffe

Main Street, Millstreet 

Died 2nd Feb. 2021
Acknowledgement and First Anniversary
As we lovingly remember John we, his family, would like to thank all who offered sympathy, sent Mass cards, messages and online tributes. A special word of thanks to Dr. Daly and all the staff of Teach Altra, Nursing Home and to all Johnny’s great neighbours and friends in Millstreet.  Thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald and to Sharon in the Parish Office.  We would like to thank Tarrant’s Undertakers for their help and professionalism. Mass will be offered for your intentions.
First Anniversary Mass will take place on Wednesday, 2nd Feb. at 10 am in Millstreet.

Mary Ambrose (née Dunne) – Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

Mary Ambrose (née Dunne)

17, Murphy’s Tce., Millstreet

who passed away on 27/01/2021

Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

 On the occasion of Mary’s First Anniversary we her family would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who sent Mass cards, letters, floral tributes, text messages, online condolences & to those who stood outside the Church, along the street and attended the graveyard. 

We extend our deepest thanks to the staff of Padre Pio Nursing Home Churchtown for the loving and excellent care Mary received in her final years. 

Our sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald for officiating at the funeral Mass, Julie and Sharon for their help and guidance, Jane Daly the organist and to Anne Ryan for her beautiful singing and choice of hymns. 

A special thank you to Davy, Cora & Tarrant’s Undertakers for their kindness, patience and professionalism. 

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for all your intentions. 

“May the winds of Heaven blow softly and whisper in your ear

How much we love and miss you and wish that you were here”

 Mary’s First Anniversary Mass will be offered on Sunday 30/01/2022 at 11.30am.

John Linehan, Cullen & Dooneen – First Anniversary & Acknowledgement

John Linehan

CULLEN and DOONEEN, MILLSTREET

Formerly of HSE

First Anniversary 16th January 2022

Deeply loved and adored husband of Gillian and dad of Jennifer, Harry, Hugh and Josh. On this, the first anniversary of John’s passing we would like to acknowledge and thank those who have helped and supported us throughout John’s illness and during this past year. We want to thank those who cared for John; the Oncology and Radiotherapy Teams at Cork University Hospital; the Radiotherapy Team at the Beacon Hospital Dublin; the Homecare Team of Marymount University Hospital; the Public Health Nursing team, Millstreet; all at Murphy’s Pharmacy Boherbue and the entire team at Áth Trasna Medical Centre, Newmarket. We owe a debt of gratitude to those who cared for John with boundless generosity of self, kindness and compassion. We would especially like to thank Ms Mag Allen, Oncology Advanced Nurse Practitioner CUH, Dr Richard Bambury, Medical Oncologist CUH, Ms Maureen Murphy PHN, Millstreet and our GP Dr Bertie Daly, Newmarket.  John was honoured to have known you and privileged to have been able to call each of you a colleague and a friend. We wish to thank Davy, Cora and Elaine of Tarrant’s Funeral Directors for their kindness and professionalism; the management and staff of Millstreet Community School for taking such good care of the children during John’s illness and over the past year; Fr Kevin O’Sullivan for the beautiful Mass to celebrate John’s life; John’s colleagues at HSE and Gillian’s colleagues at MTU for their unwavering support throughout John’s illness and over this last year; the children’s many friends for bringing joy and laughter back into their lives and into our home this past year; our many friends, close neighbours and family who have shown us such love and support through what has been the toughest of times. We are honoured that we have raised funds for Marymount University Hospital and CUH through a Gofundme campaign set up in John’s memory and we are eternally grateful to all who have donated. The fund will help establish a permanent Acute Oncology Unit in CUH. This is a fitting tribute to John and a most appropriate legacy recognising his commitment to healthcare improvement, his dedication to nursing and his strong links with CUH throughout his career.

John will continue to live on through us, to walk beside us, to carry us, to inspire and motivate us, he will forever be our hero and will remain the wind beneath our wings.

John Anthony O’Sullivan, Ballydaly – Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

John Anthony O’Sullivan, Ballydaly, Millstreet, Co. Cork

1st January 1940 ~ 26th November 2020

First Anniversary & Acknowledgement

Anne, and the Family of the Late John Anthony O’Sullivan, Ballydaly would like to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all those who helped and supported us during his illness, funeral and in the past 12 months.

The final days, were made so much more comfortable due to the professionalism and care of the following:  The District Nurses Maureen, Marie, Teresa and Sharon, Homehelp Christina, the doctors at Tullig Medical Centre, Staff of Mallow Hospital, Staff of Millstreet Hospital, Reens Pharmacy, Nightcare Tim, Staff of Marymount Hospice, Palliative Nurses Phil, Bina, Kathy and Eileen, Fr Jack and Fr. Seán. 

His passing was made so much easier by the sensitively of:  Daffodil Nurse Phil, South Doc & Davy Tarrant Undertaker. 

The Funeral Mass was exactly as John Anthony would have liked. This was down to the attention to detail and passion that Sharon in Parish office, Fr. Pat, Fr. Seán, Sacristan Julie and Singer Joan put into the ceremony. 

 We were so  grateful to Seán Radley that the ceremony was streamed to Millstreet Hospital for Anne. 

We were very humbled by the friends, neighbours and extended family that lined the road from Ballydaly to Millstreet when he left his home at 8.30am on that Friday morning.

And all those that stood outside the church and at the Graveyard where the final prayers were broadcast over his own public address speakers. 

We would like to sincerely thank everyone who wrote messages of sympathy on RIP.ie, sent Mass Cards and took the time to ring or text.  Your thoughtfulness was appreciated.

Covid-19 may have kept everyone physically apart, but we have never felt so surrounded by people with kind hearts and generous natures.

There were so many gestures of kindness and goodwill from so many people that we, as a family, appreciated and will never forget. We won’t name these individuals as there were so many, we’re afraid we’d forget someone. 

A Mass for all those mentioned (and those not), has been offered for your intentions,  in St. Patrick’s Church. Millstreet. 

Donal Lynch, Killarney & Kippagh – First Anniversary & Acknowledgement

First Anniversary & Acknowledgement

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In loving memory of Donal Lynch late of Sunnyhill Lower, Killarney and formerly of Kippagh,  Millstreet, Co. Cork who died on the 9th September 2020.

Donal is lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Julia, son Kevin, Gill, sister Joan, brother-in-law Billy, niece Caroline, nephew Denis and the extended Casey family.

We would like to thank Dr. Twomey of Mallow General Hospital, Dr. Power of C.U.H. and the Palliative Care Team in Tralee. We would like to thank the District Nurses and the Home Care Team who gave such wonderful care to Donal – your support made it possible for Donal to remain at home with us for his final days.

We would like to thank Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. who celebrated Donal’s funeral Mass, Seán Radley who kindly recorded the Mass for us, Joe and Ciara Guerin for their beautiful singing, Collette from the Cullen Pipe Band and Davy Tarrant undertakers for their kindness and professionalism as always. To everyone who lined the road to the Church and met us when we arrived in the Cemetery in Killarney we thank you kindly for your support. We would like to thank Donie Hartnett for his beautiful singing and Fr. Jim Lenihan for officiating at Donal’s burial.

We wish to express our gratitude to everyone for their kindness and their support shown to us following our sad loss. Thank you for your letters, Mass cards, phone calls, floral tributes and online condolences. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered up for your intentions.

Donal’s First Anniversary Mass will be celebrated in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Monday 13th September 2021 at 7.30pm.   This Mass will be livestreamed on https://www.churchservices.tv/millstreet

Judy Cronin (née Healy) – First Anniversary & Acknowledgement

                                          First Anniversary & Acknowledgement
Judy Cronin (née Healy)
Judy Cronin, Church St., Millstreet, Co. Cork
went to her Eternal Reward 22nd August 2020.
On the occasion of our Dear Mother’s First Anniversary we, her family, wish to sincerely thank everyone for the kindness and support shown to us at the time of our sad loss and during the past year. We thank you all for your letters, Mass cards, perpetual enrolments, phone calls and online
tributes. To those who helped in so many ways, dropping off food etc., we are so very grateful.
We extend our deepest thanks to the Staff of Bridhaven Nursing Home for the loving and excellent care Mom received. We are truly grateful to all who cared for her.
To our relatives, friends and neighbours, thank you for all your kindness and support. A special word
of thanks to the Dineen Family, Cloghoula.
We express our deep gratitude to you Canon John, for your help, guidance and for celebrating such a meaningful Mass. Thank you to Sharon who was of immense help to us and to Julie too. To Davy
Tarrant, Elaine and Declan we extend our profound thanks for your understanding, compassion and professionalism.
To our dear friend Sheila Fitzgerald, we thank you sincerely for your beautiful singing of Mom’s favourite hymns and music.
We thank all of you who stood out to pay your respects to Mom and Millstreet Vintage Club for your Guard Of Honour.
Our heartfelt thanks to our Wonderful Lifelong Friend, Seán Radley, for recording and broadcasting  Mom’s Mass live which made it possible for family abroad to join us and also for presenting a
wonderful tribute show on the night of Mom’s Month’s Mind Mass.
As a token of our sincere appreciation the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions.
Mom’s Anniversary Mass will be celebrated at 11.30am on Sunday 22nd  August 2021.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

Lovingly remembered every day.

Tade-John O’ Riordan – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Tade-John O’ Riordan
Murphy’s Terrace, Millstreet
Who died on 20th August 2020

As we lovingly remember Tade on his first anniversary, his wife Joan, daughters Mary and Sheila, son John and extended family wish to express our deep gratitude to all who sympathised and supported us on our sad loss. Our thanks to all who have sent Mass cards, texts, phone calls and online condolences. We would like to thank our family, neighbours and friends who brought food and refreshments to our home.

Thanks to the Doctors and staff of Millstreet Medical Centre, Mallow Hospital, Cork University Hospital and Mulcahy’s Pharmacy who cared for Tade through the years.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who stood on the roadside for his final journey and Knocknagree GAA for their guard of honour at the graveyard.

A sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald, Sharon and Julie for the funeral Mass, to Jerry and Hannah-Mary for the singing and music and to Seán Radley for his recording of the Mass.

A special thanks to undertaker Davy Tarrant, Cora and Declan for their understanding and assistance with funeral arrangements.

As it is impossible to thank everybody, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude and appreciation. Mass will be offered for your intentions.

Tade’s First Anniversary Mass will be celebrated on Saturday 21st of August at 6:30pm in St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet.

Never more than a thought away, loved and remembered every day.

Acknowledgement and First Anniversary of John Kelleher, Aubane, Millstreet

Acknowledgement and First Anniversary of John Kelleher, River View, Aubane, Millstreet, who died on 10th August 2020

On the First Anniversary of John’s death, Kathleen and family wish to express our gratitude to everyone for the great kindness and support shown to us following our sad loss. Thank you for your letters, Mass cards, phone calls, floral tributes and online condolences. To those who provided food and helped in so many ways, it was much appreciated. We extend our appreciation to our relatives, neighbours and friends who lined the route of the funeral cortege. Thanks to St John’s GAA, Aubane Social Club and the St John’s Well Committee for their guard of honour. The kindness and support shown by our dear friends and relatives meant so much to us. We sincerely thank the wonderful paramedics who attended to John and extend our deep appreciation for their immense effort.
A special thanks to Millstreet Gardaí for their assistance. We wish to thank Fr. James McSweeney who celebrated the funeral Mass along with Fr. John Fitzgerald PP, and Fr. Declan O’Connor who concelebrated the Mass. Thanks to Seán Radley who recorded the Mass. Thank you to Annmarie O’Riordan and Anthony Holmes for the beautiful singing and music at John’s Mass.
Thanks also to Sharon Lane, Parish Secretary and Julie Brady, Sacristan for their support and assistance. A special thank you to Tarrant’s Funeral Directors and Cora O’Riordan for their help, kindness, sensitivity, and professionalism with the funeral arrangements.

As it would be impossible to thank everybody individually, please accept this as a token of our appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.

John Kelleher, Mount Leader, Millstreet – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Acknowledgement and First Anniversary of John Kelleher, Mount Leader, Millstreet who died on 29th July 2020.

On the First Anniversary of John’s death, Margaret and Family wish to express  sincere gratitude to everyone for the great kindness and support shown to them following their sad loss.   Many thanks for your letters of condolence, Mass Cards, phone calls and online condolences.  To those who provided food and helped in every way – it was very much appreciated.   A special thanks to the late Dr. Pat Casey and all at Tullig Medical Centre and to Dr. Christine Walsh-McCarthy for her care at St. Joseph’s Community Hospital, Millstreet.   Thank you to the Forde Family for the beautiful music at John’s Mass.  Thank you to Director of Nursing at Millstreet Community Hospital, Margaret Collins and Staff for the exceptional care accorded to John during his final months.  Heartfelt thanks to the people who lined the streets for the Funeral.   We wish to thank Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. for celebrating John’s Mass and also Tarrant’s Undertakers for their help and professionalism.  Grateful thanks to Millstreet Ambulance Service – Declan and Pat – for arranging the Ambulance Escort and to the Gardaí for the Garda Escort.   Thank you to all our Friends and Relations for their much appreciated support during John’s illness and Funeral.

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for your intentions.

John Barry, Lackabawn, Millstreet – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND FIRST ANNIVERSARY

JOHN BARRY

 Lackabawn, Millstreet, Co. Cork

Who died on the 15th May 2020

As we lovingly remember John on his first anniversary, his wife Ann, Son Dan, Daughter in Law Anne and Brother Dan Joe and extended Family wish to express our thanks to all who have sent Mass cards, floral tributes and messages of condolences.  

Thanks to Millstreet Medical Centre and the Doctors and Staff of the Mercy University Hospital.  Special thanks to our great neighbours, relatives and friends and those who stood on the road side and to Millstreet Vintage Club for the guard of honour.

Sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald, Fr. Paddy O’Byrne, Sharon, our vocalist Maureen and to Seán Radley and Cork Music Station for broadcasting the funeral Mass.

Sincere thanks to David Tarrant Undertaker and his Staff for their wonderful care and professionalism.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude and appreciation.  

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for your intentions.

Never more than a thought away

Loved and remembered every day

Eileen Cotter – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Acknowledgement and First Anniversary 

Eileen Cotter R.I.P

Old Coach Avenue,
Millstreet.
27th  April 2020
We the family of Eileen wish to express our sincere gratitude for the kindness and support we received on the sad loss of our wonderful sister. 
Due to the restrictions, it was difficult not being able to meet with family, relatives and friends but we really appreciated the Mass cards, phone calls and kind words we encountered.
We would like to thank her work colleagues and friends for their continued friendship and support over the years and to everyone who lined the street the day of the burial.   We found great comfort in this.
We would like to give our thanks to Dr. Michael Casey and to all the Staff in CUH who participated in her care.
We would also like to thank Fr. Jack,
Fr. Gerard, Sharon, Julie, Davy Tarrant and Cora for their help and guidance with the funeral arrangements.
As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this as a token of our appreciation. 
The Holy sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions. 
Let those who think of her today, a little prayer to Jesus say. 

Mary O’Keeffe, Clara Road, Millstreet – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Acknowledgement and First AnniversaryIn loving memory of Mary (Moll) O’ Keeffe (née Donnelly),  wife of the late Batt, 12 Clara Road, Millstreet, Co. Cork and late of The Quarry X, Gneeveguilla, Co. Kerry who died peacefully on 5th March 2020 at Teach Altra Nursing Home, Newmarket, Co. Cork in the presence of her family.

The family wish to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with us, those who attended the Rosary, Removal, Mass and Funeral. Also those who sent Mass cards, perpetual enrolments, letters of sympathy and floral tributes. We would like to express heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Former Director of Care in Teach Altra Nursing Home, Newmarket – Nuala Boyd, Former Assistant Director of Care, Annette O’ Connell and to all the Nurses, Carers and all the Staff for their wonderful care and love shown to Mary over all the years.

Thanks to Dr Bertie Daly and staff at “Áth Trasna“ Medical Centre, Newmarket and to Dr Stephen Dillon Millstreet.  To Mary’s relatives, neighbours, friends and all who visited Mary.  To all the Residents especially Mary O’ Rahilly Savage and family of Kanturk for their great friendship to Mary and to us during her residency in Teach Altra.  To Rev. Fr. Francis Manning, Newmarket who ministered to Mary over the years. Thanks to the officiating clergy at Mary’s Funeral Mass – V. Rev. Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. Millstreet; Rev. Fr. Paddy O’Byrne, Rev. Fr. Francis Manning, Rev. Fr. Micheál Ó Loingsigh and Rev. Fr. Tom Leane. To the Eucharistic Ministers – Joan O’Leary and Margaret Kelleher and to all those who took part in the Liturgy of the Word. To the musicians and soloists Jerry Doody and Hannah Mary Tarrant. To Seán Radley for his kindness and professionalism. To David Tarrant Funeral Directors and Staff for their help and kindness throughout the funeral and to Séamus O’ Sullivan, to Millstreet Sacristan Julie Brady and to the Parish Secretary Sharon Lane. Thanks to Patrick and Caroline Corkery, Corkery’s Bar for their warm welcome and wonderful hospitality on the evening of the removal, also to Noreen at Café Aroma  and to the Staff of the Wallis Arms Hotel, especially Chef Kevin Fleming and his Team for the lovely meal on the day of the funeral.

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Noreen Lucas (née Duggan) Cullen & Switzerland Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

Noreen Lucas (née Duggan),
Lisnaboy, Cullen
& Lausanne, Switzerland

Acknowledgement and 1st Anniversary
20th November 2019

The family of the late Noreen Lucas , née  Duggan , of Lisnaboy, Cullen and Lausanne, Switzerland wish to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with them on the death of Noreen.   
We are deeply grateful to our extended family, friends and neighbours, for their support, kindness and generosity. Thanks to those who attended Noreen’s Memorial Mass in Cullen, those who telephoned and to those who sent mass cards, sympathy cards and many lovely letters. Our sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald who celebrated Noreen’s Mass and to Joan and Sharon for their invaluable help. As it would not be possible to thank everybody individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our gratitude and appreciation to all. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.

Jim O’Connor – Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

Jim O’Connor
West End
Millstreet
Acknowledgement and 1st Anniversary
16 October 2019
The family of the late Jim O’Connor wish to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with us on our very sad loss.
We would like to thank those who sent mass cards, flowers, letters of sympathy, made phone calls, those who attended his removal, mass and burial, and who traveled long distances to be with us.
We acknowledge with gratitude the very kind support shown by our neighbours, friends and family who called with food to the house. Many thanks to the ambulance service and the staff of Cork University Hospital including the ODTI Team in Dublin.
Our sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald and Fr Paddy Byrne who officiated at Jim’s funeral, and Julie and Sharon for their invaluable kind help. Thanks to Siobhán for the beautiful music and to Davy Tarrant for his assistance and professionalism. A very special thanks to Gordon and all Jim’s friends and comrades in the Army Reserve Defence Force who formed a guard of honour, along with the bearer party who helped carry Jim to the church and to his final resting place in St. Mary’s. Thank you for your service.
As it would not be possible to thank everybody individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our gratitude and appreciation to all. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for your intentions. Míle buíochas as ucht ár gcroí.

Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Donagh O’Leary

Ballydaly

Rathmore

Acknowledgement & First Anniversary

28th September 2019

 

As we lovingly remember Donagh on his first anniversary, we his family Mary, Denis, Jonathan, Noríde, Siobhán, Réiltín and Seán wish to express our sincere thanks to all who supported and sympathised with us on our very sad loss.

Thanks to all who attended the funeral, Mass and burial as well as to all who sent mass cards, letters of sympathy and floral tributes.

Our sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald, Fr Seán Tucker, Fr Tom Leane and Fr Kieran O’Driscoll CUH who officiated at Donagh’s Funeral Mass.

To the kind neighbours, friends and relatives who brought food to the house.

Thanks to Millstreet, Ballinhassig and Bandon Gardaí.

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