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.
CorkMusic Station under the Guidance of Station Founder and DJ Willie Fitzgerald is inviting you to participate in a Fundraiser for Bumbleance Childrens National Ambulance Service,this is the 3rd Year that Corkmusicstation is associated with a Fundraising Campaign for Bumbleance who provide an exceptional service for Sick Children and their Parents during what has to be a very difficult time in their lives. We wish to thank everyone for their support for our previous Fundraisers for this great Cause in the past and hoping for your support again this year to raise some more Funding for this very worthy cause. We thank you all in advance for your help in achieving this goal in these unusual times.
You can Donate to the Go Fund Me Page Link below and your Donation no matter what Size would be greatly appreciated.
The death has occurred of Eileen Duggan (née O’Keeffe), Lisnaboy, Cullen. Passed away peacefully on 18th April 2021, in the presence of her family and in the wonderful care of the staff of Marymount hospice.
Predeceased by her husband Noel and daughter Noreen. Sadly missed by her loving daughters Pauline (Doyle), Catherine (O’Keeffe), Christine (Devitt), Mary (Roche) and Denise. Much loved sister of Michael, Padraig, John, Nora, and Margaret. Deeply Regretted by her sons-in-law Charlie, Eoin, Jerry, Ken, and Danny. Cherished by her twelve grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, kind neighbours, and friends. May She Rest in Peace
Eileen’s Funeral cortège will leave her home on Wednesday at 11.15am for private Mass at 12 noon in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen followed by private burial in the adjoining cemetery.
Family flowers only, donations if desired can be made directly to Marymount hospice. [rip]
In accordance with HSE guidelines, Funeral Mass will be private. The family thank you for your co-operation and understanding at this difficult time.
The death has occurred of Ben O’Riordan, Cullen, Cork. On March 27th 2021, peacefully at his home, beloved son of the late Dan Joe and Hannah, loving brother of the late Maura, D.B. and Andrew. Sadly missed by his nephew Eamon Tarrant, nieces Eilish Twohig, Anne O’Sullivan and Mary Byrne, sister-in-law Josie, relatives, his many kind and wonderful friends and neighbours.
Due to current government guidelines a private family funeral Mass will take place on Tuesday in the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen at 12 noon followed by private burial in the adjoining cemetery. [rip]
Millstreet Primary Schools ‘Easter Nature Hunt’ Competition is open to all local Primary Schools, closing date Friday 2nd April 2021.
The children need to take photos of themselves with all the items to prove they have completed the Hunt, and send them into the Parents Assn’s Facebook page or email address, then completed entries will be entered into a draw on Saturday, for some lovely Goodies, just in time for Easter. It means you don’t have to go rushing out to do this, just get your entry in by next Friday 2nd April evening to get into the draw.
Prizes have been sponsored by Herlihy Centra Millstreet and O’Keeffe’s Supervalu Millstreet, the Parents Association would like to say ‘Thank You’ for the prizes.
The death has occurred of Kathleen Naughton (née Murphy), Tullig, Spa, Killarney, and late of Ahane, Cullen, Co. Cork. Peacefully after a short illness bravely borne in the tender care of the doctors, nurses and staff at I.C.U., Bon Secours Hospital, Cork and in the presence of her loving family. Predeceased by her parents Denis (Sonny) and Annie, sisters Mary and Anne, brothers Tim, Denis and Noel. Beloved wife of James and loving mother of Denis and Shamus. Adoring grandmother of Fionn, Cillian and Danny. She will be deeply missed by her family, sisters Margaret and Sr. Christine, brothers Sean and Frank, daughters-in-law Norma and Mary, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, neighbours and a wide circle of friends. “May Her Gentle Soul Rest In Peace”. HOUSE STRICTLY PRIVATE. [rip]
In accordance with Government and HSE guidelines and in the interest of public health, a private family funeral will take place for Kathleen in St Mary’s Cathedral. Kathleen’s Requiem Mass will be live streamed on killarneyparish.com at 12 noon on Wednesday morning, followed by burial in Aghadoe Lawn Cemetery, Killarney. Family flowers only by request, donations if desired to the Cork Kerry Cancer Bus Link. If you wish to offer your condolences online, please do so on the RIP Condolences Page.
The death has occurred of Maidie (Mary) O’Keeffe, Cullen, Cork / Limerick, on February 1st 2021, peacefully, in the loving care of St. Michael’s Nursing Home, Caherconlish, Limerick. (ex A. I. B.). Daughter of the late Peggy and Willie Joe. Deeply regretted by her brothers Denis (Limerick), Gerard (Cullen), sisters Anne (Carlow),Gretta (Limerick), sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.
In accordance with current government guidelines a private family funeral mass will take place at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, on Thursday at 12 noon, followed by burial in Cullen Cemetery. Mass will be live streamed on churchservices.tv/millstreet. Family flowers only. Condolences may be left on the RIP Condolences Page.
The death has occurred of John Linehan, Cullen & Dooneen, Millstreet, Cork.
On 16th of January 2021 John passed away peacefully at his home in the presence of his loving family. (Formerly HSE). Predeceased by his dad Connie. Beloved husband of Gillian (O Sullivan) adored Dad of Jennifer, Harry, Hugh and Josh. Deeply regretted by his heartbroken wife and children, his mother Sheila, brothers Billy, James, Connie, sisters Marie, Teresa, Sheila and Margaret, parents in law Kathleen and Jerry, brothers in law, sisters in law, best friends Niall Buckley and Pat Dinneen, god-sons Donal and Danny, nieces, nephews, relatives, his children’s school friends, HSE colleagues, neighbours and friends. HOUSE STRICTLY PRIVATE – immediate family only. [rip]
In accordance with the current government guidelines John’s Requiem Mass will take place on Monday at 2pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, followed by cremation in the Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy. A Mass to celebrate John’s life followed by burial will take place at a later date when public health guidelines allow. John’s Funeral Mass can be live streamed on http://www.churchservices.tv/millstreet
The family have set up a fundraising campaign in memory of John with all proceeds divided between The Oncology Ambulatory Care Unit CUH and Marymount Hospice. Donations can be made at here. Messages of Condolences can be left on the RIP Condolence Page.
O’Mahony, Meenagloherane, Cullen, on Sunday December 27th, peacefully at his residence and surrounded by his loving family, PADDY, having recently celebrated his 101st birthday. Predeceased by his wife Mary (nee Moynihan) and son Johnny. Dear father of sons Tade and Noel, daughters Bridie (Guerin) and Siobhan (Kelliher), daughters in law Anne and Kathleen, sons in law Gene & John. Cherished by his ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Much loved brother to Han, and the late Mary, Johnny and Donal. Sadly missed by his brother in law and sister in law, nieces, nephews, extended family, kind neighbours and wide circle of friends. [rip]
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
Paddy’s funeral will be undertaken in accordance with current Government & HSE Guidelines. Requiem Mass will take place on Tuesday, 29th December, at 1:30pm in Christ the King Church, Knocknagree, followed by burial in Cullen Cemetery. Funeral Mass can be viewed live by following this link https://www.ipcamlive.com/5f4127a47386c
Family flowers only, donations if desired can be made directly to the Medical Assessment Unit at Mallow General Hospital. Those wishing to attend the funeral, but due to current restrictions are unable to do so, may leave a message of sympathy in the RIP condolence page. The family appreciate your sympathy, support and understanding at this difficult time.
The death has occurred of Catherine Tarrant (née O Sullivan) (Formally of Kilmacrane, Banteer) Clenrath, Cullen, Cork.
On December 5th Catherine passed away peacefully in her 90th year in Millstreet Community Hospital. Predeceased by her husband Nicholas and daughter Marie. Sadly missed by her loving family Mairead, Richard, Nora, George, Eileen and Martin, grandchildren, great grandchild, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. [rip]
Due to current government guidelines a private family funeral mass will be held in the Church of The Blessed Virgin Mary, Derrinagree on Tuesday at 2PM followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Suaimhneas síoraí dà hanam dílís Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.
Feis Laitiarain Cullen recently held a local commemoration for Feis Laitiarain on St Laitiarain’s Day 25-Jul-2020. The history of the Feis was presented along with folklore associated with St. Laitiarain. There was a tribute to Diarmuid O’Cadhla (Der Kiely) RIP and his grandfather Sean O’Cadhla who set up the first Feis plus stories, pipes, music and songs. The first Feis was held in Cullen 122 years ago, in 1898 and has been kept alive ever since. The Feis was particularly challenged during the troubles of 1918 when planes flew low to the ground overhead to try to disrupt the Feis, but the Feis goers held strong and continued with the Feis.
Local musicians, world class piper, singers and story tellers performing here carry the music nationwide and beyond with outstanding comments from people from here to New Zealand on social media outlets during the Covid-19 lockdown. They represent the local Comhaltas, Pipe Band and Scór GAA branches and have achieved several County, Provincial, All Ireland and World titles.
This little guy wandered into our home on Saturday during the thunder and lightning in the Cullen / Derinagree area. He’s a very friendly and affectionate dog especially around children so must be a family pet. Please call/text me on 0879225121 if you recognise him.
In light of recent developments in relation to COVID-19 the final of our Weigh-In for Monday has been cancelled and postponed until further notice. We wish to thank you for your continued support in our Fundraising efforts in our Annual Weigh-In.
An Post have chosen the painting the Men of the South for their War of Independence commemorative stamp this year. Third from the right, sitting down, is one Roger Kiely, who was the School Master in Cullen for many years. Read about the background of the painting in this article. 
Joan Lynch Crane of Las Vegas, NV, passed away on January 20, 2020, at St. Rose Dominican Hospital – Sienna Campus, Henderson, NV.
Joan married Allan Crane of Staten Island, NY, in May 1960. Joan and Allan had four girls while living in Staten Island, NY, and eventually moved their young family to Old Bridge, NJ, in December 1970, where Joan and Allan stayed until 2001, when they retired and moved to Las Vegas.
Cheque presented to Marymount University Hospital and Hospice, on the 2nd of January 2020, from donations received, in memory of the late Pat O’Keeffe, Glountane, Cullen, Mallow, Co. Cork. RIP 26 October 2019. Ar dheis Dé go raibh anam dílis. Coladh sámh
KAY WHELAN (née Singleton) (Tivoli and formerly of Cullen, Co. Cork), passed peacefully to the next life on 31st of December,2019, after a wonderful life, wife of the late Patrick, loving mother of Billy, Tina, Labhras, Padraig, Elaine and late Diarmuid, caring big sister to Fr. Jerry, Noel and the late Dinny and JJ., doting granny to 12 heartbroken grand kids. Sadly missed by all her loving family, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, extended family and a large circle of friends.
Lying in repose at the Temple Hill Funeral Home, Boreenmanna Road of Jerh. O’ Connor Ltd. from 6.00pm on Thursday followed by removal at 7.00pm to the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Cullen, Co. Cork. Requiem Mass at 11.00am on Friday. Cremation will take place privately afterwards.
The family greatly appreciate the amazing care Kay received in Brídhaven and Mallow General Hospital. May she rest in peace. [rip]
Tommy Ring moved from Cullen to New York in 1957, one of many that left behind what was known as the decade of doom. He featured this week in an article about the Seniors Christmas Lunch at the New York Irish Centre:
… While measures of success can be hard to quantify, on an anecdotal level, the regulars at the New York Irish Centre appear to have had no regrets, and were able to push past feelings of homesickness and loneliness to build lives here, often ending up in Irish-centric enclaves like Woodside in Queens.
Tommy Ring, who left Millstreet, Co. Cork in 1957 as a “strapping young lad” at the age of 20, was motivated by the same thing that drove so many of Ireland’s youth over the Atlantic at that time: opportunity.
In New York, he found it in the form of a career spanning 43 years as a ramp serviceman in two of the city’s major airports; 10 of them at JFK and 33 at its sister airport, LaGuardia. And unlike the diaspora of the previous century, there wasn’t as much of a sense of finality in moving to the US. “I used to go back to visit [Ireland] twice a year,” he said, referencing one of the perks of working for the airports. “We got free travel after 15 years.”…
Cork Music Station wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful healthy New Year. We would like to thank all our DJ’s who give their time throughout the year to bring all our listeners the best of music and entertainment. We would also like to thank the artists and promoters who send us the material during the year. Also to you all the listeners who have made our station so popular all over the globe.
Our 39th Annual Christmas Mass and party will be held in Cullen Community Centre on Saturday December 7th at 1.00 pm. Invitations will be sent to approx. 100 special guests and their families. Our Christmas Mass and Party continues to be the highlight of the year, where many friendships are renewed and new ones formed at this Annual get-together. Following Mass refreshments and delicious food is served and then all take the floor for a great evening of disco music, song and dance. Each guest then receives a Christmas Gift. This party is a great meeting place for friends to relax and chat.
Any new families are very welcome to attend, details from any committee member or call 02979055 in the afternoon only for more info.