REST IN PEACE: Wicklow Death Notices
Marjorie ROBINSON (née Turner)
Marjorie Robinson (née Turner) of Templecarrig, Delgany, Co. Wicklow. September 1st 2020, slipped away peacefully in her sleep at her home, in her 98th year. Wife of the late Eddie Robinson. Fondly remembered by her son Craig, granddaughter Jenny, devoted carers & friends.
Please note that social distance & face coverings must be observed at all times.
Enquiries to Mark Kinsella Funeral Directors 0872160740.
“Safe in the arms of Jesus”
Bridget (Bridie) KENNY (née Brien)
Tallaght, Dublin /Wexford/Wicklow
Kenny, (née Brien) Bridget (Bridie), (Main Street, Tallaght and late of Killenagh, Co. Wexford), September 1st, 2020 (peacefully) at Tallaght Hospital surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Patrick and dear mother of Paddy, John and Paul. Bridie will be sadly missed by her heartbroken family, nieces, nephews, neighbours and large circle of friends.
A private family funeral will take place due to Government advice regarding public gatherings in St. Marys’ Priory, Tallaght Village on Friday at 11am and afterwards to Tynalash Cemetery, KIltegan. Funeral numbers are restricted to 50 people inside the church.
Those who would have liked to attend the funeral but cannot due to current restrictions can view the service via this link https://www.churchservices.tv/tallaght or leave your personal message for the family in the “Condolences” section here.
All enquiries to Fanagans Funeral Directors, Tallaght Village- 01 4516701.
House strictly private.
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Bridie McDERMOTT (née Courtney)
Bridie McDermott (née Courtney) passed away peacefully on Sunday, 23rd August 2020 after a long illness. Late of Heaton Moor, Manchester, originally of Milltown, Co. Kerry. Beloved mother of John, Marie and Chris, sister of Hannah Ward (Redcross), grandmother of Michael, Paul, Millie, Maisie, Izzy, Mossie and Milo, aunt to Chris, Eamonn and Yvonne. Sadly missed by her extended family and friends.
Bridie’s Funeral service will take place in St Winifred’s Church, Heaton Moor, Manchester at 10am Thursday, 3rd September. A memorial Mass will take place at 10 am in the Star of the Sea Church, Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow also on Thursday.
May she finally rest in peace with her late husband Chris
Linda MURRAY (née Woodroofe)
Beech Road, Arklow
Murray, Beech Road, Arklow, Co. Wicklow, 1st September 2020, suddenly at home, Linda (née Woodroofe) beloved wife of the late Alec (recently deceased), loving mother of Clare and devoted sister of George. She will be sadly missed by her loving daughter, brother, sister, nephews, niece, cousins, relatives, friends and neighbours.
House stricly private please.
Funeral arrangements later.
May she rest in peace
Jürgen Eckhard Schwalm, of The Roundwood Inn, Roundwood, Co Wicklow born Garnsee, East Prussia, 18th August 1939 and formerly of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, passed away peacefully at his home on Monday 31st August 2020. Beloved husband of the late Áine, much loved father of Helen, Ingrid, Gisela and Sabine, father-in-law of Michael, Simon and Steven, adored Opa of Gisela, Christiana and Mikey, Isabella and Renata, Alex and Gracie, Sidney, Adam and Olivia, loving brother survived by Erika, Ingrid and Friedhelm; he will be sadly missed by his family, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends, staff and customers of The Roundwood Inn.
Jürgen began his training as a restaurateur in Germany and after extensive periods working in Paris and Zurich, at the young age of 20 he arrived to finish his training in Shannon Airport, Co Clare, where he met the love of his life, our late mother, Áine. They settled in Roundwood and the rest is history. Jürgen and Áine worked with great passion and dedication to welcome everyone in to their unique brand of hospitality that is today, The Roundwood Inn. He loved welcoming patrons and customers and continued to do so despite his illness until January of this year.
In his early days, Jürgen loved to go fishing with our grandfather and we have many treasured memories of trips to Co Clare and fresh fish suppers. Jürgen had a great love of the natural world and in his spare time loved tending his herb and vegetable garden and his many fruit trees. His grandchildren absolutely adored him and share loving memories of his great sense of humour, watching cartoons, storytelling, water fights and family gatherings where he introduced them to a love of food.
Many thanks to Dr. David Fennelly; Dr. Joe Keena; the palliative care team of Siobhan, Hazel, Tracey, Mary and Rena; PHNs Jennifer, Ciara and Pauline; OT Valerie; Ivor and team at Adrien Dunne Ashford Pharmacy; Joe, Maeve and Anthony the paramedics who tended to Dad on Sunday night. Our heartfelt gratitude to you all.
Jürgen faced his illness with great courage, humour and positivity. Words cannot express how uniquely wonderful he was. His constant love, support, guidance and wisdom will be carried in our hearts forever.
Safe journey Dad.
Private family funeral to take place as per government rules. Please practice social distancing, hand hygiene and cough etiquette. Thank you
No flowers, please. Donations, if desired, may be made to svp.ie
Messages of sympathy and support may be placed in the “Condolences” section here.
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