Acknowledgment and First Anniversary – Nora Creedon (née Forde)

The late Nora Creedon of Laught.

Nora Creedon (née Forde)

Laught, Rathcoole, Mallow Co.Cork

Acknowledgment and First Anniversary

Died 1st February 2017

On the occasion of Mam’s 1st Anniversary we, her family, would like to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and kindness we received from relatives, neighbours and friends.
A sincere thank you to all who attended the funeral ceremonies, sent mass 
cards, letters of condolence and floral tributes. A special word of thanks to all the staff of the Clara Medical Centre, Millstreet and of the Bons Secours Hospital Cork for the kind and compassionate care given to Mam.
Our sincere thanks to Fr.Tom Leane PP, Canon John Fitzgerald and the Parish staff for their support and guidance.
Thanks also to Davy, Cora and Timmy of Tarrant’s Undertakers for their professionalism, compassion and courtesy.
To the members of Millstreet Active Retirement Association we are most grateful for the guard of honour provided at Mam’s funeral.
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions.

In Iothalainn Dé go dtugtar sinn.

Acknowledgement: Nono O’Keeffe

O’KEEFFE, Nora (Nono), Nee Brosnan
Du Con Road, Millstreet, Co Cork

Connie and family would like to express their sincere gratitude to all who sympathised with them on their recent loss.

We wish to thank all those that attended the Removal, Funeral, and Burial.

Thank you to our relatives, friends and neighbours that brought food, sent flowers, mass cards and messages of sympathy.

We are very grateful for the care and attention shown to Nono, and would like to thank Dr. Casey, Dr. McGlade, all staff at Mallow General Hospital, and staff at Araglen Nursing Home.

We are grateful to Sister Peter for leading us in praying the Rosary.

Our sincere thanks to Fr. John Fitzgerald for his guidance throughout and celebration of the funeral mass for Nono. Thanks also to the Eucharistic ministers, altar servers, parish staff, and Jerry for the beautiful music and singing; it was all so comforting for us.

Thanks to David, of Tarrant Funeral Directors for the dignified manner in which he carried out the arrangements.
A special word of thanks to Cora, for her compassion and courtesy at all times.

Thanks to Billy and staff at the Wallis Arms Hotel for the refreshments.

To the community of Millstreet, Nono’s beloved home town, we are indebted to you all for your support.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgment will be accepted as a token of our sincere thanks and appreciation.

“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis”

Nono’s month’s mind mass will be in St Patricks Church Millstreet on Saturday February 10th at 10am

Duncan Robetrson – Acknowledgement and First Anniversary

Duncan Robertson, Ballydaly Upper - for acknowledgementDUNCAN ROBERTSON
Ballydaly Upper

Acknowledgement & First Anniversary
Died 19th June 2015

In loving memory of my wonderful husband Duncan – “Time slips by & life goes on, but from our hearts you are Never gone.”

Thanks to all our relatives,  neighbours & friends for the cards, letters & messages of sympathy. Grateful thanks to all at Tarrants Funeral Home and everyone who attended Duncan’s funeral and cremation ceremonies.

Always loved, never forgotten – your loving wife Tricia, Family and Friends.

Acknowledgement: Eileen O’Mahony, Kilmeedy, Millstreet – R.I.P.

Eileen O'Mahony, R.I. P.
   Eileen O’Mahony


Eileen O’Mahony, Kilmeedy, Millstreet. RIP

(31-7-1922 to 17-02-2015)

Maura, Seán, Ann and families, wish to sincerely thank all who sympathised with us, on the death of our mother Eileen. We are grateful to and wish to thank people who were involved in Eileen’s care especially her GP’s Dr. Pat and Dr. Michael Casey, Elaine O’Riordan PHN, the Home Care Assistants, Reen’s Pharmacy, Margaret Leader, Marymount Hospice, HSE, Medical, Nursing and Support staff in Millstreet and Áras Mhuire Community Nursing units along with our extended family, good neighbours and friends. We were privileged Mom was assisted to remain in her own home for as long as her declining health allowed, a tribute to the care and attention she received from so many good and kind people, but in particular we acknowledge Sheila’s sound practical support and assistance which enabled Mom in her frailer years to enjoy life, in her own home among those she loved.

We thank everyone who visited Mom or kept in contact by phone, wrote cards or letters. She loved the visits and the contact. We thank sincerely, Canon John Fitzgerald  for his support with home visits to Mom, which she greatly appreciated, and for being there for her wake, leading the funeral Mass and burial in St Mary’s Cemetery. [read more …] “Acknowledgement: Eileen O’Mahony, Kilmeedy, Millstreet – R.I.P.”

Connie Hickey: Acknowledgement

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Connie (Chico) Hickey MAIN STREET, MILLSTREET. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and FIRST ANNIVERSARY Died on September 1, 2014.  The family of the late CONNIE HICKEY would like to thank everyone who sympathised with them in their time of grief on his sudden death. Thanks to all who attended the Rosary, removal, funeral Mass and burial; to all who sent Mass cards, sympathy cards and floral tributes; to the people who stewarded at his removal and to all who organised and took part in the guards of honour. Thanks to all our relatives, neighbours and friends who were so helpful at the time of Connie’s death.We would like to thank Declan Desmond who was first to Connie’s assistance, his friends and neighbours at Saint Joseph’s Gardens who were so helpful that morning, Dr.O’Grady and the emergency service who tried so hard to revive Connie, Canon John Fitzgerald, Sharon Lane and sacristan Julie Brady who were so helpful throughout the week, Canon John Fitzgerald, Fr. Paddy O’Byrne and Fr. SeánTucker who concelebrated the funeral Mass. We thank Tarrant’s Undertakers and their staff Cora and Timmie for all their professionalism and kindness. We are grateful to Millstreet GAA for the use of the GAA hall after the burial. As a mark of gratitude to you all, Mass has been offered for your intentions. First Anniversary Mass will take place on Saturday, September 5 at 6:30pm.