James Baxter

James Baxter
Battery Road & Mullagh, Longford.
Thursday, 2nd July.
Peacefully at home surrounded by his family.
James will be sadly missed and remembered with love by his family ,his wife Helen, daughter Carol, son Fr. Turlough, son-in-law Marc Caball, sister-in-law Betty, brothers-in-law Fr. Anthony and Fr. Gerard Carroll, cousins Brian Plunkett and Bridget Keenan ,niece ,nephews, relatives ,devoted friends and neighbours.
May he rest in peace.

Funeral cortege will leave his residence Saturday morning at 10.40 am to arrive for Mass of the Resurrection in St. Mel’s Cathedral at eleven o’clock. However, following government guidelines regarding public gatherings, this will take place privately. The Mass will be streamed live, please go to www.longfordparish.com . Family flowers only please donations if desired to The Irish Cancer Society, c/o Glennon Funeral Directors or any family member.
The family very much appreciate your support and consideration at this time.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Deepest sympathy to Father Turlough and the Baxter family on the death of your Dad. May He Rest In Peace

  2. Deepest Sympathy to Fr Turlough and his family on the death of his father James. May he RIP. Jackie and Mary Mc Donnell Clondra.

  3. Deapest and sincere sympathy to Helen, Fr.Turlough, Carol, The Carroll and Baxter family’s and relations. May Jimmy rest in peace.

  4. Deepest Sympathy to Helen, Carol, Fr. Turlough, Betty and all the Baxter Family on the sad passing of James. He was a perfect gentleman so kind and caring. May he rest in peace.

  5. Sincere sympathy to all the Baxter Family on the passing of James, may he now enjoy eternal rest and peace.

  6. Sincere sympathy to Helen, Fr Turlough, Carol, Fr Anthony, Fr Gerry and all James’ family.
    Leaba i measc na Naomh go raibh aige

  7. Sincere Sympathy to Fr Turlough and all the Baxter family on your sad loss. May James rest in peace amen 🙏🙏 Anna Reilly Kilmahon Drumlish.

  8. Deepest sympathy to the Baxter family on the death of James. May he Rest In Peace.Peter and Patsy Cumiskey Ennybegs

  9. My most sincere sympathy to you, Fr. Turlough, to your mother, to Carol and to your extended family on the occasion of your father’s death, R.I.P.. Your father and all of you are in my prayers. I participated in the liturgy yesterday on the internet.

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