Lucy Anna Kilkenny

Apr 11, 2024 07:41 By reception
Lucy Anna Kilkenny

Lucy Anna Kilkenny

Wallington, Surrey, United Kingdom and Tooma, Cloone, Co. Leitrim.

Lucy Anna Kilkenny died on 27th of February 2024 suddenly and unexpectedly following a short illness.

Predeceased by her uncle; Pat Kilkenny (Tooma, Cloone).
Deeply regretted by her heartbroken parents; Mary and Peter her sister; Tracey, partner; Danny, nephew; Brandon, niece; Alicia, cousins; Mark, Rosetta and Caroline, uncle; Liam aunty; Katie, extended family, NHS work colleagues, neighbours and friends.

Lucy will repose at Smiths Funeral Home, High Street, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim (Eircode N41 TD62) on Saturday (13th April 2024) from 3.00pm – 5.00pm.
Remains to arrive at St. Joseph’s Church, Aughavas for funeral mass on Sunday at 11.30am followed by burial in the new cemetery.
Lucy’s funeral mass can be viewed on the following link:

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Julia dawn flower

Apr 24, 2024 23:25

For Lucy, Been looking for you my SisTar to see how you are and now I know you are at peace. We met on our journey that wasn't always easy and spent many an hour chatting about life, the universe and all it's elements. Your witty humour and intelligence was just a small part of the amazing you. I think of you when I see a dolphin or an Angel and make up my eyes with sparkle. Two wise ladies sharing moments of strength and sometimes sadness but always with such laughter and silliness . I thank you for all you did for me and the beautiful words we last shared. We understood each other. You will always be to me an amazing warrior, humanitarian and a protector of those you loved. All my Love Julia Peculiar

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