Sheila Barry (née Cronin )
Died 19th. March 2017 
Murphy’s Terrace, Millstreet
On the occasion of Sheilas’ 1st. Anniversary, her husband Patsy, children Mary (Daly) Anthony, John ( J.J.) Francis and James along with their families, would like to acknowledge the expressions of sympathy and kindness we received from extended family , relatives, neighbours and friends.
A sincere thank you to all who called to our home, who brought food, helped with catering and to pay their respects, those who attended the removal and funeral mass. To those of you that sent mass cards, letters of condolence, telephone calls and gave donations for St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet Restoration Fund and Parkinson’s Association of Ireland , Thank you.
Our sincere thanks to Canon John Fitzgerald, Fr. Billy Radley Fr. Dan Cashman S.M.A. and to Sharon and Julie for their support , help and guidance , to Ann Ryan for arranging and supplying the beautiful singing and to Suzanne for the music.
A very special thanks to Davy, Timmy and Cora of Tarrant’s Funeral Directors for their professionalism, patience and understanding.
As instructed by Sheila no memorial cards will be distributed, and as it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope you all will accept this acknowledgement as a token of our appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass has be offered for all of your intentions.
Remembered always with love, “May She Rest In Peace”.
First Anniversary Mass on Saturday 17th. March 2018 in St. Patrick’s Church Millstreet at 7-30 p.m.
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.
We feature three images here of occasions (which will later include a more comprehensive feature on each event ) that have taken place in Millstreet this weekend.