Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths:
Mary Jo Curran, Carrigallen
Monica McCauley, Enniskillen
Anne Daly, Ballyshannon
Kathleen McMorrow Ballinaglera
John Richardson Ballyshannon
Daniel Gibbons, Ballyshannon,
Emily Gallagher, Letterbreen, Enniskillen
Francis Cunningham, Killybegs
Mary Jo Curran, Corriga, Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim. At Cavan Regional Hospital. In accordance with the current Government and HSE guidelines on public gatherings regarding Covid-19, Mary Jo’s Funeral Mass and burial will be held in private with just immediate family. A memorial service will take place at a later date. The family appreciate your co-operation and consideration at this difficult time.
Monica McCauley nee Campbell, late of Rigg Road, Lurgandarragh, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. Peacefully at the Grann Abbey Nursing Home. In accordance with government directives relating to public gatherings, the funeral will be private to family only. A memorial mass for Monica will be held at a later date. All enquires to Damien McGovern, Funeral Directors, Derrygonnelly.
Anne Daly, nee Needham. Late of Cluain Barron, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal and formerly of Glenderry, Achill, Co. Mayo. Unexpectedly. Following church and government regulations there will be no wake or Funeral Mass at this time. A Mass of celebration of Anne’s life will be offered at a later date. Those who would have like to extend their condolence, but due to current restrictions cannot, can leave a personal message of condolence on the Condolences section of her obituary on rip.ie or through Patrick McKenna Funeral Directors, Ballyshannon on 087 2485819. House strictly private please. Removal from Sligo on Friday at 11 o o’clock via Bundoran and Cloonbarron Ballyshannon with funeral cortege proceeding to Lakelands crematorium for private cremation. House strictly private.
Kathleen McMorrow (nee O’Callaghan), Fahy, Ballinaglera, Co. Leitrim, in North West Hospice Sligo. Private family funeral today (Thursday), at 12 pm in St. Hugh’s Church, Ballinaglera, and burial in Fahy Cemetery. A memorial mass to celebrate Kathleen’s life will be held at a later date. There will be a Book of Condolence on Kathleen’s page on RIP.ie. In lieu of flowers, all donations to Oncology Unit Sligo University Hospital, Our Lady’s Hospital Manorhamilton, and North West Hospice would be most gratefully appreciated in Kathleen’s memory.
John Richardson Dunmuckrim Ballyshannon Co. Donegal. peacefully at Sligo university Hospital. Due to strict government & HSE guidelines relating to public gatherings the funeral will be private to family & close friends.A memorial service will be held for John at a later date.
Daniel Gibbons, Known as Dan, Knather Road, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal.
Unexpectedly at Sligo University Hospital. Following church and government regulations the House and Funeral shall be private to family members. A Mass of celebration of Dan’s life will be offered at a later date. Those who would have like to extend their condolence, but due to current restrictions cannot, can leave a personal message of condolence on the Condolences section at www.rip.ie or through Patrick McKenna Funeral Directors, Ballyshannon on 087 2485819.
Emily Gallagher – (nee Elliott) Drumconlan East, Letterbreen, Enniskillen. Peacefully at her home, Please note due to the current circumstances and government advice regarding COVID 19 the family home and funeral will be strictly private. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Mullaghdun Parish Church. Cheques should be made payable to W T Morrison, Funeral Directors, 41 Darling Street, Enniskillen, (BT74 7DP).
Francis Cunningham, Tullid, Killybegs Co Donegal. In accordance with the Government directives relating to public gatherings, requiem mass for the repose of his soul will be streamed live from St. Mary of the Visitation Church, Killybegs on Thursday at 2pm. Burial strictly private. Those who wish to communicate with the family can do so via the online book of condolence at RIP.ie. All enquiries to Mc Brearty Undertakers at 074 9731056.
Ar Dheis Dé go Raibh Siad.