Mary Ellen McDonagh (nee) Mongan.
Leixlip, Co Kildare and formerly of Roscommon town. Friday June 24th, Suddenly at her home. Reposing at the mortuary of the James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Blanchardstown on Sunday from two o’clock until four o’clock followed by Removal to the Church of Our Lady’s Nativity, Leixlip. Mass of the Resurrection on Monday at one o’clock followed by burial in St. Coman’s Cemetery, Roscommon at approximately four o’clock.
Mary Ellen McDonagh (nee) Mongan.
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Nurse required, full or part time for Shannon Lodge Nursing Home. Very attractive rates offered. Send CV and reference to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Shannon Lodge, Rooskey, Co Roscommon.
Michael John Mulvanerty.
Forest Gate London and formerly of Castlefore, Keshcarrigan, Co. Leitrim.
Removal this Sunday evening, arriving to St. Mary’s Church, Foxfield at seven o’clock. Funeral Mass on Monday morning at eleven o’clock, followed by burial in Fenagh new cemetery.
Josephine (Josie) Mc’Goldrick (nee) Nolan.
Paddy’s Bar & Grocery, Main Street, Carrick-on-shannon, Co. Leitrim.
Friday, June, 24th peacefully in the loving care of nurses and staff at St. Patrick’s Hospital, Carrick-on-shannon.
Sadly missed by her loving husband Paddy, sons and daughters. Reposing at the home of her son Pauric and daughter-in-law Margaret at Coreen, Dublin Road, Carrick-on-shannon, tomorrow (Sat) from four o’clock until ten o’clock and on (Sun) from twelve noon until four o’clock with removal to St. Mary’s church, Carrick-on-shannon, arriving at seven o’clock.
Mass of Christian burial on (Mon) at twelve noon with funeral afterwards to St. Mary’s cemetery.
Family flowers only, donations if desired to the Patient comfort fund, St. Patrick’s Hospital, Carrick-on-shannon, c/o Padraig Burke, funeral director. House private from four o’clock on Sunday.
Dublin Road, Athlone and formerly of Cloontogher, Kilteevan, Roscommon.
Thursday, June, 23rd suddenly at his home.
Reposing at Smyth’s Funeral Home, Roscommon on (Mon) evening from four o’clock until seven o’clock, followed by Removal to St. Joseph’s Church, Kilteevan. Mass of the Resurrection on (Tues) morning at eleven o’clock. Burial afterwards in Kilteevan Cemetery.
Maureen Harte (née) Conlon.
Knockroe, Cootehall, Boyle, Co. Roscommon and formerly of Clooneen, Geevagh, Co. Sligo.
Thursday, June, 23rd peacefully at University Hospital, Sligo. Wife of the late Tommy and mother of Brian, Anne and Aileen. Reposing at her home in Cootehall tomorrow (Sat) from twelve noon until four o’clock. Removal to St. Michael’s Church, Cootehall arriving at six o’clock. Mass on (Sun) morning athalf past eleven. Interment afterwards in Ardcarne Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired, to Western Alzheimers c/o Shivnan Funeral Directors.
Ethna Hart (nee) Lyster.
St. Anne’s, Springfield, Elphin, Co. Roscommon.
Wednesday, June, 22nd peacefully at Sligo University Hospital.
Reposing at Brady’s funeral home tomorrow (Fri) from half past five until seven o’clock.
Removal on (Sat) morning to St Patrick’s Church Elphin, arriving for Funeral Mass at half past eleven, followed by Committal Service in Mount Jerome Crematorium, Dublin at four o’clock.
Lus Leana, Roscommon town and formerly of Goff Street, Roscommon and England.
Tuesday, June, 21st, suddenly at his home. Reposing at Smyth’s Funeral Home, Roscommon on Sunday from four o’clock until six o’clock, followed by Removal to the Sacred Heart Church. Mass of the Resurrection on (Mon) morning at half past eleven, followed by private cremation.
Mostrim Players present “Up for the rising – The local connection” through dramatic scenes filled with music, song and banter, on July 1st and 2nd at 8pm sharp and on Sunday 3rd at 6pm in the Park house Hotel, Edgeworthstown. Sit back and enjoy as we take you back in time. No tickets required, pay on the door. Adults €10, students €5 and children free.