Obituaries, Sunday, June 14th, 1pm



Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths:

 

Sharon Branley, London and Ballyshannon

 

Jim Kelly, Dublin and Sligo

 

Eileen Carney, Dromahair

 

Paddy Hayes, Kiltyclogher

 

Vera Carty, Sligo

 

Michael Toher, Sligo and England

 

Frances Devaney, Sligo

 

Graham Patterson, Rossnowlagh

 

 

 

Sharon Branley, St. Pancreas Court, High Road, East Finchley, London, and late of 36 St. Benildus Avenue, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. Suddenly. Due to government restrictions on Covid 19, the wake and funeral will be private to family only please. Remains going to St. Patrick’s Church, Ballyshannon on Monday for 11am Funeral Mass with burial afterwards in the Abbey Cemetery. The mass can be viewed online at churchservies.tv/stpatricksballyshannon. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu to the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, C/o McGee’s funeral home. All enquiries to John or Darren McGee on 071 98 51744

 

Jim Kelly, Dublin and formerly of Maugheraboy, Sligo. Funeral arrangements later. House private please. Enquiries to The Foley and McGowan Funeral Home, Market Yard, Sligo. 0719162140

 

Eileen Carney, nee Regan, Stonepark, Dromahair, Co. Leitrim. Peacefully, at St. Phelim’s Nursing Home Dromahair. In accordance with Government and HSE guidelines, her funeral will be private to family only. Those wishing to send a message of condolence can do so online at rip.ie.

 

Paddy Hayes, Kiltyclogher, Co. Leitrim and formerly of London and Piercetown, Wexford. Peacefully, at St Phelim’s Nursing Home, Dromahair. In line with HSE guidelines, funeral will be held in private. A memorial Mass to celebrate Paddy’s life will take place at a later date. House strictly private at all times please. Donations, if so desired, to the North West Hospice, Sligo. You can leave a personal message of condolence on rip.ie

 

Vera Carty, John Street, Sligo and formerly of Barnashraghy, Co. Sligo. Reposing at the Foley and McGowan Funeral Home, Market Yard, Sligo this evening. Funeral will arrive to The Cathedral of The Immaculate Conception, Sligo on Monday afternoon for Requiem Mass at 1.30pm with funeral proceeding to St. Patrick`s Cemetery, Scarden, Co. Sligo afterwards. Due to current restrictions, the reposing and funeral will be private for family only. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to the Nazareth House Patient Comfort Fund c/o Foley And McGowan`s Funeral Directors, Old Market House, Market Yard, Sligo.

 

Michael Toher, Lisadell, Co. Sligo and Sheffield, England (non covid related). Brother of Marty (Lisadell), Paddy (Carrigans), Gerry (Chapel St. Sligo), John (London), Molly Sheridan (Drumcliff) and Una Hoey (Bundoran). Funeral will take place in England and a Memorial Mass will be held for Michael at a later date.

 

Frances Devaney, Kellystown and formerly Cloverhill Co. Sligo. Peacefully, at the North West Hospice, Sligo. Due to current HSE restrictions on funeral gatherings, funeral mass and burial will be private to family please. Funeral will arrive at the Star of the Sea Church, Ransboro, Sligo for Mass of Christian burial at 11am on Monday. Burial to follow in Kilmacowen Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu, if desired, to the North West Hospice, C/O Seamus Feehily & Son, Funeral Directors, Upper John Street, Sligo.

 

Graham Patterson, Lurgan, Rossnowlagh, Co. Donegal. Peacefully, at the North West Hospice, Sligo. Funeral service in his late residence on Monday at 1pm, followed by burial in St. John’s Parish Church graveyard, Rossnowlagh. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu, if so desired, to the North West Hospice, care of any family member or George Irwin Funeral Directors. Due to Government guidelines, funeral service and burial is strictly private. Condolences may be left on rip.ie

 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES, CURRENT RESTRICTIONS ON ATTENDANCE AT FUNERALS IS A MAXIMUM OF TWENTY FIVE PEOPLE AND ONLY MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD, CLOSE FAMILY…..OR CLOSE FRIENDS, IF THE DECEASED HAS NO HOUSEHOLD OR FAMILY MEMBERS.

 

Ar dheis Dé go raibh siad.



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