Obituaries, Wednesday, April 15th, 8am

Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths:

Joe Mullen, Carney

Gertie Murphy, Colorado and Sligo

Con Underwood, Mountcharles

Rhona Brien, Ballintra

Margaret Callaghan, Donegal

Francis Feeney, Birmingham

Margaret Brady, Manorhamilton

Michael Arthur Scanlon, Liverpool and Sligo

Lottie Graham, Ballintra

Bridget Quinn, Bundoran

Geraldine McGolgan, Rosses Point.

Joe Mullen, Gortarowey, Carney, Co. Sligo and late of Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Unexpectedly, but peacefully, at his home. In compliance with HSE and government guidelines, wake and funeral are strictly private for immediate family only. The funeral mass will be available for viewing on the Parish of Drumcliff and Maugherow Facebook page on Wednesday at 12 noon. Anyone wishing to leave a message of sympathy for the family may do so by using the condolence book on A memorial Mass to celebrate Joe’s life will be held at a later date.

Gertie Murphy, (Née Nairn) of Colorado, USA and formerly of her nephew, Joe Gallagher’s residence on Mail Coach Rd, Sligo. Your message of condolence can be placed on or on Foley and McGowan’s Funeral Home website.

Con Underwood, Stonepark, Mountcharles, Co. Donegal.
In compliance with Government and HSE guidelines, the wake and  funeral are strictly private. All enquires to Gallagher Funeral Directors Mountcharles on 0876781000.

Rhona Brien (nee Dawson), Tubber, Ballintra, Co Donegal, suddenly at her residence. Due to current Covid-19 guidelines, the family home and funeral are both private. People may express their condolence to the family by visiting All enquires to McGee’s funeral directors on 0719851744.

Margaret (Maggie Ellen) Callaghan, Driminin, Co. Donegal. Peacefully, at the home of her niece, Veronica. Sister of Alphonsis McGinty. Funeral mass in St. Patricks Church, Donegal Town at 11am on Thursday which will be streamed live here. Remains leaving the house after mass, via Old Driminin Road, for burial in Clar cemetery. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, house strictly private at all times. Details also on with condolence book for signing. Family flowers, donations, if so desired, to the Donegal Community Palliative Care Team.

Francis Feeney, Birmingham, England and formerly Banadearg, Grange, Co. Sligo. At the Alzheimer’s Care Home, Silver Birches, Chelmlsey Wood. Funeral to take place in Birmingham at a later date. Anyone who would like to convey a message of condolence to the Feeney Family may do so on

Margaret Brady, 21 Kilcarrig Close, Fettercairrn, Tallaght, Dublin 24 & formerly of Boggaun, Manorhamilton Co. Leitrim. In light of current government restrictions regarding public gatherings, a memorial service to celebrate Margaret’s life will take place at a later date. Anyone wishing to offer the family condolences can do so on

Michael Arthur Scanlon, Liverpool and formerly of Aughamore Far, Co. Sligo. In his 97th year. A memorial Mass to celebrate Michael Arthur’s life will take place at a later date

Lottie Graham, BigPark, Ballintra, Co Donegal.  In accordance with Government and HSE guidelines, the house and funeral is strictly private.  Memorial service will be held at a later date. Condolences can be left on

Bridget Quinn, Late of Marine Court, West End Bundoran & main street Bundoran Co. Donegal, in her 99th year. In compliance with current HSE & government guidelines wake & funeral are private .A memorial mass to celebrate Bridget’s life will be held at a later date.

Geraldine (Ger) McColgan, née Feeney, Oyster Bay, Rosses Point, Co. Sligo,  peacefully at home, Due to current restrictions, Funeral Mass and burial will be private to family only. Funeral Mass followed by burial in Sligo Cemetery will be streamed live from St. Columba’s Church, Rosses Point, Co.Sligo at 12noon on Thursday April 16th at this link. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu, if desired, to the Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day Fund c/o Seán Feehily’s Funeral Home, Cartron Cross, Sligo. Those who wish to leave a message of condolence for Ger’s family may do so at

Ar dheis Dé go raibh siad.