Chairman Noel Buckley and the Members of Millstreet Community Council wish to extend sincere sympathy to Mrs. Casey and the Casey Family on the recent sad departure of Dr. Pat to his Eternal Reward. R.I.P.. Dr. Pat was the very first Chairman of Millstreet Community Council and was a most inspiring Leader over many years involving numerous praiseworthy projects which were of enormous benefit to the entire community and greatly helped to enhance the status of Millstreet in so many creative ways. Ní bheidh a leithéid arís ann.
At the Funeral Mass of the late John O’Keeffe today (5th Feb. 2021) his nephew, John O’Keeffe paid a wonderful tribute at the end of the very special Funeral Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. We have also received a further superb tribute from another nephew, Arthur O’Neill which reads:
“As a nephew of John O’Keeffe, who has been unable to attend his funeral and celebrate his life in the usual way, I have found great solace reading the fantastic remarks, which are, in his case well deserved, on this site. I thank you for this facility and wish Millstreet all the very best for the future. He was not good, or great but a fantastic Uncle, and is sorely missed, but our faith says he is now with all he has loved and held dear who have gone before him.”
Millstreet Gardaí extend an invitation to sign at Millstreet Garda Station anytime daily from 10am to 1pm the special Book of Condolence in tribute to the late Detective Garda Colm Horkan, R.I.P..
Joan is seated in centre of this “Crede” Group pictured at a recent meeting. “Crede” – the Sliabh Luachra Heritage Group helped to coordinate the publication of Dan’s superb book “In the Shadow of the Paps” in Oct. 2001.
We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to the Relatives of the late Matron Eileen (Nellie) Barrett of Kanturk who was laid to rest today (Sunday, 10th Feb. 2019). R.I.P.. Her wonderful dedication as Matron of St. Joseph’s Community Hospital in Millstreet for many years was truly inspirational. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis. (S.R.)
During the recent Funeral Mass of the late Con O’Sullivan of Carriganima Village who was known far and wide as a true gentleman, a wonderfully dedicated Postman supreme and one who fulfilled many hugely impressive roles – a magnificent tribute was delivered by members of Con’s Family. Here we share the beautiful feature which appeared in last week’s “Corkman” in the Clondrohid Notes. We thank Con’s Daughter, Mary (who so superbly supported Con especially in his later years within a very welcoming home setting) for also sharing a number of images showing Con in his renowned Postman’s role and also his great love and care of pet dogs. We extend our sincere sympathy to the entire O’Sullivan Family on the sad departure of Con to his Eternal Reward. R.I.P.. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)