Obituaries, Wednesday, May 6th, 10am

Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths:

Catherine Gilmoure, Cape Town and Dromore West

Gus Mullarkey, Dublin and Boyle

Ellen Connolly, Sligo

Annie Wymbs, Kinlough

Patricia Thomas, Donegal Town,

Michael Feely, Dublin and Glencar.

James Hannon, Drumcondra, and Gurteen.

Dr Patrick J Henry.  Dublin and Rosses Point

Michael Teague, Pettigo and Convoy

Michael Scanlon, Dublin and Slig0

Martin Keaveney, Sligo

Margaret McIntyre, Cloonacool

Patrick (Pax) Egan,  Keash

Catherine Gilmoure, (nee Beglin) Cape Town & Dromore West, Co. Sligo. Peacefully. Survived by her husband Clive and daughters Jennifer and Treacy. Funeral will take place in Cape Town later.

Gus (Augustine) Mullarkey, Rathfarnham, Dublin and formerly of Abbeytown, Boyle Co. Roscommon. Peacefully, at “Rosewood” Kiltipper Woods Care Centre. Donations if desired to SVDP/Kiltipper Woods Care Centre. As per Gus’s wishes, body will be donated to medical science. Memorial Mass at a later date.

Ellen (Aileen) Connolly, (née Harte), Newtown Holmes, Caltragh Road, Sligo and formerly of Lower John Street, Sligo. Requiem Mass will take place this morning (Wednesday) with funeral proceeding to Sligo Cemetery afterwards. House private at all times please. Due to the current restrictions, the mass and funeral will be private for family only. You are welcome to leave a message of condolence for the family on the Foley and McGowan Funeral Home website or on

Annie Wymbs, Uragh, Kinlough, Co. Leitrim. Peacefully, at Sligo University Hospital. Due to the current government advice regarding Covid-19, house and funeral mass will be private. A memorial mass to commemorate Annie’s life will take place at a later date. Those wishing to convey their sympathies may do so at a later date.

Patricia Thomas (Tosh McCallion), Main St, Donegal Town, Co Donegal. Peacefully, at her home. Non COVID related. Due to current government restrictions and HSE guidelines, the funeral mass and burial will be private. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired to Donegal Hospital Patient Comfort Fund, c/o George Irwin Funeral Directors. Those wishing to convey their sympathies to the family may do so on the condolence book section of

James (Jimmy) Hannon, Highfield Nursing Home, Whitehall, Drumcondra, Dublin and formerly of Greyfield, Gurteen, Co. Sligo. Due to the current Covid-19 situation, James’s funeral mass will take place privately. A memorial mass to celebrate his life will be offered at a later date. Please use the condolence book to offer your sympathies.

Michael Feely, Sutton, Dublin and late of Glencar, Co. Leitrim, peacefully in the care of Beaumont Hospital, Dublin. Brother of Tom Feely. Canatogher, Sligo. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, a private funeral will take place for immediate family. Condolence messages can be left at All enquiries to Sean Feehily’s Funeral Home, Cartron Cross, Sligo on 071/9159999.

Dr Patrick J Henry.  Monkstown Dublin and formerly of Ballyweelin Rosses Point Sligo.  Peacefully at Attadore nursing home Dublin. Non-Covid related.  Due to the current HSE restrictions, all funeral gatherings funeral mass and burial will be private to family.  The funeral mass will be live streamed on on Thursday at 1 p.m. Condolences can left in the condolence section of or privately to [email protected]. A mass to celebrate Dr Patrick’s life will be held at a later date.

Michael Teague, formerly of Lough Derg Rd, Pettigo. Peacefully at Brentwood Manor Nursing Home, Convoy. Due to current HSE restrictions all funeral gatherings, funeral Mass and burial will be private to family members only. Condolences can be left in the condolence section of or donations in lieu of flowers if desired to “Mary’s Meals “ c/o Fr. Eamonn Kelly Raphoe.

Michael Scanlon, Knocklyon, Dublin 16, and formerly Sligo town, peacefully at Kiltipper Woods Care Centre. In line with government guidelines regarding public gatherings, a private funeral Mass will take place on Thursday 7th May in St. Colmcille’s Church, Knocklyon. The service can be viewed online at  Michael’s funeral cortege will pass his home at approximately 10.35am.on route to St. Colmcille’s Church.  A memorial service to celebrate Michael’s life will take place at a later date. Those wishing to send a message of condolence can do so on All enquiries to Massey Bros., Templeogue on 01 4907601.

Martin F. Keaveney, Butlers Lane, Kiltycahill, Hazelwood, Co. Sligo, and formerly of Tonaphubble Sligo. Former Mayor of Sligo and former member of Sligo Corporation. Non-Covid related. Funeral Mass in St. Anne’s Church, Sligo on Thursday Morning at 11 O’clock, followed by burial in Sligo Cemetery. Family Flowers only please. You can stream the funeral Mass live by following on Due to current government restrictions and HSE guidelines, the funeral mass and burial will be private to family. Condolence messages can be sent to [email protected]

Margaret McIntyre, Leitrim North, Cloonacool, Tubbercurry, Co.Sligo peacefully in Baileys Nursing home Tubbercurry following a long illness and surrounded by her loving family. Funeral mass will take place in St Michael’s Church Cloonacool on this Friday at 11 o’clock with the funeral afterwards to Cloonacool cemetery via Kilcummin and Leitrim North. In accordance with government and HSE guidelines, a private funeral will take place. A memorial mass will take place at a later date to celebrate Margaret’s life. Those who wish to express their sympathy to Margaret’s family can do so by selecting ” condolence ” on RIP.IE.

Patrick (Pax) Egan, Drumnagranchy, Keash, Ballymote, Co. Sligo. Peacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Remains will be removed from Perry’s funeral home, Ballymote on Thursday 7th of May via his late residence at Drumnagranchy to arrive to St.Kevin’s Church, Keash for Funeral mass at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in Knockbrack cemetery. In keeping with the government and H.S.E. guidelines, a private funeral will take place for close neighbours and friends. A memorial Mass to celebrate Pax’s life will take place at a future date. Those who wish to attend but cannot due to current restrictions, can offer their sympathy on

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