Loretta O’Connor, Knocknagurrane

The death has occurred of Loretta O’Connor (née Murphy), Knocknagurrane, Cullen, Cork. On September 12th 2021, peacefully, in the presence of her loving family and in the tender care of the outstanding staff at Windmill House Nursing Home, Churchtown. Beloved wife of the late Cornelius (Connie) loving mother of Kevin, Aidan, Carmel and Collette. Sadly, missed by her loving family, sons-in-law Pat and Eamon, daughters-in-law Karen and Dolores, grandchildren Erica, Laura, Conor, Ciara, Mary, Clodagh, Ellen, Liam, Eamonn, great-grand- son Paddy and grandson-in-law Peter. Sister to Finbarr, and the late Jerry Brendan and Eileen Teresa. Also greatly missed by all her relatives and wide circle of friends. [rip]

She will forever be loved in the memory of her adoring family.

In line with current government guidelines requiem Mass for Loretta will take place in the Church of The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen, at 12 noon on Monday, followed by interment in Cullen Cemetery. Messages of sympathy for Loretta’s family can be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

Drive in Concert at Aubane with Neily O’Connor – Cancelled

Aubane Social Club

Drive in Concert with Neily O’Connor

Has now been Cancelled.

Sunday 12 September 2021 at Aubane Community Centre
2.00-4.00pm
Admission €10 per car.
To pre-book your car, phone Noreen 087 9486673.
Complimentary tea & coffee served on the day.
Face painting for Children.
All welcome!!!

Danny Creedon, Carrigacooleen

The death has occurred of DANNY CREEDON, Carrigacooleen, Millstreet, Co. Cork on 31 st August, 2021, peacefully in the presence of his loving family and in the loving care of the staff of Marymount University Hospital. Danny, predeceased by his god-daughter Katelyn. Beloved husband of Stephanie (Kelleher). Deeply regretted by his heart-broken wife, son Dylan, parents Mickey and Margaret, sister Carol(O’Leary), parents-in-law John P and Eileen, uncles Con (New York), Padraig and aunt Sheila (Kelleher), brothers-in-law Noel (O’Leary), Dan, Mikey and Pat, sister-in-law Rosaleen, cousins, neighbours and a wide circle of friends, both in the rally and music industry and all his work colleagues at Mallow Commercials. MAY DANNY REST IN PEACE.

HOUSE PRIVATE PLEASE

In accordance with current government guidelines, the funeral Mass will be private. Danny’s Requiem Mass will take place in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on Friday, 3rd September, at 10.00a.m. and will be live streamed on www.churchservices.tv/millstreet. Burial will take place afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Condolences may be left on the RIP Condolence Page. [rip] [read more …] “Danny Creedon, Carrigacooleen”

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.

Staff Required

Staff currently required for a small petrol station and Insomnia trailer. There is a good opportunity to grow within our future plans for this garage.

Positions available immediately for petrol pump and forecourt attendant and barista person for the insomnia trailer. Contact Majella 087-9669645 0879669656
(Note: The initial phone number was incorrect, but has now been amended.)

Detlef Gärtner, Germany & Millstreet

The death has occurred of Detlef Gärtner, formerly of Päwesin, Germany, and Millstreet, Cork. Suddenly at his residence on Sunday 15th of August 2021. Detlef is predeceased by his Parents Erna and Siegfried. He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his adored Wife Anita (née Browne), Sister Doris and her husband Gerhard, in-laws Eilish and Christy (Dunne), sisters-in-law Paula, Margaret, Lorraine, Ruth, Sinead, Karen, Teresa, and Catherine, brothers-in-law Joseph, Shane, James, Danny, Kieran, Dan, Jonathan, Denis, nieces and nephews in Ireland and both Sven and Alexandra and grandnieces Abbygale and Pepper in Germany and his dear neighbours and friends. [rip]

Say not in grief “he is no more” but live in thankfulness that he was.

In line with the Government and H.S.E. advice regarding public gatherings, a private, family funeral will be held. Those who wish to leave a message of sympathy for Detlef’s family may do so on the RIP Condolence Page. House strictly private for immediate family only.

Joe Moynihan, late of Killarney Road, Millstreet, London, and formerly of Headford

Joe Moynihan, late of Killarney Road, Millstreet, Co. Cork; Streatham, London, and formerly of Knockduragh, Headford, Killarney, Co. Kerry. Passed away on Saturday 31st July 2021 after a short illness in King’s College Hospital, London.

Dearly loved husband of Joan (nee Hickey), beloved dad of Clare, Lisa and Tim and grandfather to Lyla and Joanie. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him. He was a gentleman and a great host.

In accordance with Government and H.S.E. Guidelines, and in the interest of public health, a private family funeral will take place on Thursday the 19th August at 12 noon in St. Patricks Church, Millstreet. Funeral cortege will pass the family home on the Killarney road enroute to Rathmore Cemetery for burial. [rip]    House private.

Please observe to social distancing at all times. Joe’s Requiem mass will be live streamed by clicking this link : churchservices.tv/millstreet

No flowers by request, donations can be made to Cancer Research U.K. to support the work this charity does to find a cure for this deadly illness. Please click on the this link: justgiving.com/fundraising/joemoynihan2021

The family would like to thank everyone for the kind messages and support in recent days; it has been a comfort at this sad time.  Messages of condolence can also be left on the RIP Condolence Page.

Jobs: Advanced Seating

Please Note that this position has been filled (Aug 19th)
Advanced Seating are currently recruiting for a Part Time position in
the area of servicing and deep cleaning medical chairs.
The successful candidate should have the ability to work to their own
initiative and have a can do attitude.
Flexibility and good organisational skills are essential.
No experience is required as full training will be provided.
If interested please email your CV to john @ advancedseating.ie

The job vacancy is in the Millstreet area.

Michael Dilworth, Knocknaloman

On August 6th 2021, Michael Dilworth, late of Knocknaloman, Co. Cork and previously Killowen, Blarney, Co. Cork, passed away suddenly in Cork University Hospital. Past Irish and History teacher at Millstreet Community School.

Dearly loved husband of Mary (Wiseman), and adored dad of Matthew, Richard and Christine, Michael will be greatly missed.

Predeceased by his brother-in-law and close friend Brendan Aherne, his father Ned, and his mother, Mary. He will be remembered with great fondness and reverence by his siblings Teddy, Ann, Mary and Seán, nephews, nieces, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, his extended family and many wonderful friends. [rip]

May his beautiful and kind soul Rest in Peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis, cineálta.

In accordance with Government and HSE Guidelines, and in the interest of public health, a private Funeral Mass will take place Saturday, 14th August, at 11.30am in St. Joseph’s Church, Rathmore. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Michael’s Funeral cortege will leave the family home at 10:45am travelling through Rathmore Village to St. Joseph’s Church, Rathmore for his Requiem Mass. Please observe social distancing at all times. The Mass can be viewed live by clicking on Rathmore Live Cam on the following link https://www.rathmoreparish.ie.

Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Pieta House. If you wish to leave a message of sympathy, please go to the RIP Condolences Page.

[read more …] “Michael Dilworth, Knocknaloman”

Michelle Runs in the 3000m Steeplechase this morning

The very best of luck to Michelle Finn who runs for Ireland in Heat 1 of the 3,000m steeplechase this morning at the Tokyo Olympics (1:40am Irish time). An unbelievable amount of hard work and commitment goes into qualifying and competing. We’ll be up late watching it.

Result: 9th in the heat for Michelle in a time of  9:36.26 which she was disappointed with, but it was 37C at trackside with high humidity. Brutal conditions, and a field that was strung out from the start were never contusive to a fast time. We’re all proud of you here.

[read more …] “Michelle Runs in the 3000m Steeplechase this morning”

Rail Works at Millstreet Station in 1988

Yesterday, the Irish Railway Record Society posted a video of railway works at Millstreet and Charleville on their Facebook Page. The first minute and a half is from Millstreet Station. To reminisce on how it was 33 years ago., just click on THIS LINK to watch the video (I think that you may need to be logged into facebook to view it).  [read more …] “Rail Works at Millstreet Station in 1988”

Lotto Plus 2 Winning Ticket Bought in Millstreet

Check your tickets !!! The winning €250,000 top prize for last night’s Lotto Plus 2 draw was purchased in Centra, West End, and hopefully it was someone local that has a lucky win.

The Irish Examiner interviewed assistant manager of the shop, Alan Dunne,  who said “there is a lot of excitement in the store. We have had a few customers in to eagerly check their tickets already and I’m sure there will be a good few more throughout the day too. It’s a lovely amount to win – I don’t think any of us would say no to that! It would be nice if it was someone local who has come into this bit of luck – hopefully they check their ticket soon and realise just how much it’s worth,”

Danny Sheehan, Acknowledgement and 1st Anniversary

Daniel (Danny) Sheehan
Killeen Kilcorney
Who died on 23rd July 2020

Acknowledgement and 1st Anniversary

On the first anniversary of Danny’s death, Pauline 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. Thanks to the Doctors and staff of Millstreet Medical Centre, Cork University Hospital, Portiuncula University Hospital, Ballinasloe, to Marymount Hospice and to Reen’s Pharmacy.
We extend our appreciation to our relatives, neighbours and friends who lined the route of the funeral cortege. Thanks to Millstreet GAA and Banteer Macra for their guard of honour. We wish to thank Fr. William Winter who celebrated the funeral mass along with Fr. Dave Herlihy. Thanks to Paddy Buckley who recorded the Mass, to Denny Lane who provided the amplification and to Davy of Tarrant’s Undertakers and staff for their kindness and professionalism as always.
As it would be impossible to thank everybody individually, please accept this as a token of our appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has been offered for your intentions.

Michael Looney, New York and Claratlea

Michael B. Looney, 81, of Hamden formerly of Bronx, NY, passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 15th, 2021, at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford with his family by his side. He was the beloved husband of 47 years to Elizabeth Harrington Looney. Michael was born in Millstreet County Cork, Ireland on August 9, 1939, and was the son of the late Dennis and Margaret Hickey Looney. He came to this country in 1959 settling in Brooklyn, NY, moving to the Bronx for many years until moving to Hamden, CT 14 years ago. Michael worked as an elevator mechanic for Olympia and York a Local 3 Company from 1975 until his retirement in 2007. He was a golfer, fisherman and enjoyed watching horse racing at the track and at OTB. Michael was an avid fan of his hometown Cork’s Irish football teams and watched or listened anytime they played. He loved watching his grandkids’ sports and activities and also enjoyed taking his buddy Zoey (his grand dog) for walks. Father of Joan Marie Meehan and Patricia Looney (Jeff Schwiebert). Loving Papa to Shamus, Kayleigh, Sean, Keira Meehan. Brother of Eileen Healy and the late Mary Cotter and Kathleen McAteer.
The visiting hours will be Monday, July 19th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at The Havens Family, North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Avenue. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated in Divine Mercy Parish at St. Rita Church, 1620 Whitney Avenue, Hamden on Tuesday morning, July 20th at 11:00. Interment will follow in St. John’s Cemetery, Norwalk. [northhavenfuneral.com] [Legacy]

Four Nights debut EP ‘Bed’

Congrats to Tommy Buckley going by name ‘Four Nights‘ who last week release his debut EP ‘Bed’. BreakingTunes says: “It  has all of the hallmarks of 80’s pop, and takes influence from the likes of The 1975, LANY, and Nightly. Big soundscapes, splashy snares and clean vocals are masterfully produced by Diffusion Lab’s Marcin Ciszczon, AKA Emiji.
In February 2020 Tommy set off to travel South East Asia for a year, but was forced to come home only after a month due to the pandemic. Suddenly with a lot of spare time in lockdown, he threw himself completely into music, writing more than 30 songs in a focused two month period.
He released his debut singles (‘Want You Always / Nothing to Say’) in November and quickly gained 100k+ Spotify streams and heavy rotation on national radio. He followed this up with ‘Grow So Cold’ and ‘Not This Time’ which gained placements on the ‘New Pop UK’ and ‘Chilled Pop Hits’ editorial playlists on Spotify. His debut EP ‘Bed’ followed in July.”

Give a listen to the five tracks on the EP at the bottom of this post:

Tommy was also interviewed for the Bellissimo Files on Spin 103. Listen here:

[read more …] “Four Nights debut EP ‘Bed’”

LTV: Thade Mullane interviewed at Comeenatrush 1992

Thade Mullane, the owner of Comeenatrush Lake, was interviewed by Jerry Riordan on LTV in 1992, at the time the Iron Age Log Boat was found at the lake. He had some wonderful stories to tell and you can see them in the below video. The section on Comeenatrush runs from 17:54 to 1:03:00. [from LTV]

[read more …] “LTV: Thade Mullane interviewed at Comeenatrush 1992”

Ireland’s Farmers: Conor’s Freezin Cow is highlighted this week

[read more …] “Ireland’s Farmers: Conor’s Freezin Cow is highlighted this week”

Leo Murphy, Boherbue & Pound Hill

The death has occurred on Friday 2nd July 2021 of Leo Murphy Laharn, Boherbue, Cork / Millstreet, Cork. Late of Pound Hill, Millstreet. Leo passed away peacefully after a short illness surrounded my his loving family and in the wonderful care of the staff of Kanturk Community Hospital. Beloved husband of Eileen (nee Courtney) and dear father of John, Kathleen, Margaret, Eileen, Noreen and the late Humphrey. He will be sadly missed by his loving wife, son, daughters, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, 17 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, sisters Mary O’Shaughnessy (Lyre) and Margaret (Lally) Healy (Pound Hill, Millstreet), brothers Michael (R.I.P.), Patrick (R.I.P.), Daniel (R.I.P.), James (Carriganima), Brendan (Drishane Road, Millstreet) and Christopher (Pound Hill, Millstreet), brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family and a wide circle of neighbours and friends. MAY LEO REST IN PEACE [rip]

Requiem Mass will be celebrated for Leo on Saturday at 2pm with family only and will be live streamed on churchservices.tv/boherbue. Burial will take place afterwards in Boherbue Cemetery. People are welcome to stand along the route from Church to Cemetery but please abide with social distancing. Those who would wish to attend the funeral but cannot due to Covid restrictions are invited to leave a message of sympathy on the RIP Condolence Page which will be appreciated by Leo’s family.