September 28, 2021

REST IN PEACE: Wicklow Death Notices

Catherine O’BRIEN (née Egan)
Kindlestown Park, Greystones/Bray

Catherine O’Brien (née Egan) of Kindlestown Park, Greystones & formerly Greenpark Terrace, Bray, Co. Wicklow. April 1st 2020, peacefully at her home. Predeceased by her beloved husband Peter, parents Margie and Parkie Egan, brother Adam, sister Eileen & granddaughter Lily-Rose. Remembered with love & sadly missed by her daughters Paula, Nikki, Lorraine & Helen, sons-in-law Dave, James & Shane, grandchildren Erin, Shane Jnr, Ruth, Leo, Mikey, Isobel, Amber, Beau, Jasmine & Indigo, sister Margaret, brothers Paddy, John, Joe & Hubert, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family & large circle of friends.

Due to the recent HSE guidelines regarding public gatherings, Catherine’s Funeral will be held in private at Holy Rosary ChurchGreystones, at 1pm on Saturday, April 4thThe funeral will be streamed live on the church webcam

Catherine’s funeral cortège will leave her family home in Kindlestown Park at 12:30. If Catherine’s neighbours and friends wish to they can pay their respects to Catherine by lining the route to Holy Rosary Church. After the Funeral Mass the cortège will pass through Blacklion at 2:30 on its way to Redford Cemetery. Those who would like to line the road would be welcome to do so.

Family flowers only, donations in memory of Catherine to Greystones Cancer Support. Enquiries to Mark Kinsella Funeral Directors, 0872160740.

May she rest in peace

Pádraig (Pat) COUGHLAN 

Coughlan Pádraig (Pat), Greystones, Co. Wicklow, following a hospital admission, died peacefully at home and in his own bed just as he had wanted April 1st 2020.

A Joey’s boy from Clontarf, Pádraig spent his youth immersed in music and Gaelic, along with a fair bit of mischief on the side. On the other side of the world, he fell in love with his wife, Wendy, and they spent over fifty years together before her death in 2017. In the glory days, he was man who loved the craic, singing in the GODS or having a pint (or two …) with his friends up in the Horse and Hound or down in the Golf Club. He dedicated his working life to medical physics in the field of oncology and was well liked and inspirational to many within that community. He was a skilled piano player and writer. To hear him play or to receive a letter from him was always a gift.

To his friends and family, he was a man who always had their back. He was stubborn, gregarious,warm, gentle, wise and proud. But, most of all, he was a loving and loved husband, father and grandfather (Pop) who expressed that love in his own quiet way. His family, his wife, his children and his grandchildren filled him with happiness and pride and being with them always brought a smile to his face and joy to his heart. Pádraig’s final years were not easy but he lived them with the family motto in mind, Fortis in Arduis – Strength in Adversity.

For all those who were part of his life over the years we hope you can raise a parting glass to his memory. To those who supported him while he was unwell including the Harbour Family Practice, McCauley’s pharmacy, Dr. Emmet McGrath, Home Instead and most recently the team at the Beacon who made it possible for Pádraig to return home, a heartfelt thanks. Thanks too to Mark Kinsella Funeral Director for all his support and guidance. Pádraig is survived by his children, Seán, Siobhán, Jennie and Helen, their spouses Michelle, Andy and Michael, his sister Máire, and by his grandchildren Ana, Thea, Amelie, Tadhg, Lola and Noah.

Due to the recent HSE guidelines regarding public gatherings, Pádraig will be laid to rest at Redford Cemetery privately on Sunday, April 5th. Pádraig’s immediate family will walk from his house to the cemetery leaving the house at 12.30pm. Anyone who would like to line the road from the house to the cemetery is welcome to do so in accordance with social distancing and other restrictions. Pádraig’s children will arrange a gathering to raise a glass to him at a later date. Messages of condolence can be sent via through

Ar dheis Dé a raibh a anam

Bray, Wicklow/Drumcondra, Dublin

Flanagan, (Bray, Co. Wicklow and formerly of Drumcondra, Dublin 9) – March 31st, 2020, (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff of St. Vincent’s University Hospital, following a short illness, Aidan, beloved husband of Patricia (Patsy), cherished father of Fiona and John, much loved brother of Paddy and the late Noreen. Aidan will be sadly missed and remembered by his loving family, daughter-in-law Cathrice, son-in-law Stephen, grandsons Conor, Gary and Kyle, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.

The family would like to take this opportunity to thank most sincerely the staff of St. Anne’s Ward at Loughlinstown Hospital, the staff of Roseville Nursing Home, Bray and the staff of St. Vincent’s University Hospital for the loving care extended to Aidan during his illness. Thank you also to our extended family and friends for your support and understanding at this difficult time.

Due to recent HSE guidelines regarding funeral gatherings, Aidan’s funeral will take place privately for immediate family only. A Memorial Mass to celebrate Aidan’s life will be held at a later date.

May he Rest in Peace

Blackrock, Dublin/Bray, Wicklow

LANGAN (Earlsbrook Nursing Home, Bray, Co. Wicklow and formerly of Springhill Park, Blackrock, Co. Dublin) – March 31st 2020 suddenly but peacefully in the wonderful care of the staff at Earlsbrook Nursing Home. Eamon; husband of the late Helen. Deeply regretted by his three daughters Cathy, Karen and Helena, sons-in-law Tony and Michael, grandchildren Martin, Amy, Jordan, Hannah and Jade, great-grandson Ryan, brothers Jimmy and Seán, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends especially John.

A private funeral will take place due to government guidelines. Condolences may be forwarded through

May he rest in peace

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