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Jan 4, 2020
Deaths in Leitrim - Friday, December 6, 2019 - Leitrim Observer
Funeral Mass on Saturday at 11.00am. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Jackie Flynn, Fortwilliam, Greatmeadow, Boyle, RoscommonPeacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Sadly missed by his Loving wife Catherine, daughter Marie (Hogan), sons James and John, daughters-in-law Carmel and Majella, son-in-law Patrick, grandchildren Aaron, Kyle, Daryl, Dillon, Danielle, Amy, Jessica and Georgina, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours. Reposing at the residence of his son James, Greatmeadow, Boyle on Friday, the 6th December, from 4.30pm until 7pm, arriving to St. Joseph's Church, Boyle at 8pm. Mass of Christian burial on Saturday, 7th, at 1.30pm. Funeral afterwards to Assylinn Cemetery, Boyle. Family Home private please.
Paddy McGloin, Cloone, Kinlough, Leitrim
Peacefully at his late residence. Funeral Mass on Friday at 1:30pm at St. Aidan's Church, Kinlough, followed by burial afterwards in St. Aidan's Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu of flowers to the Society of St Vincent De Paul care of Gilmartins Undertakers or any family member.
Sr. Carmel McEnroy, Ballyloughane Road, Renmore, Galway / Ballinamore, Leitrim
(6 Teaghlach Mhuire, Ballyloughane Road, Renmore, Galway), formerly Carrrickmakeegan, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, Convents of Mercy, Ballymahon, Co. Longford, and Columbia, Missouri. Surrounded by family and friends, December 3rd, 2019, (peacefully) at Brampton Care Nursing Home, Oranmore. Predeceased by her sisters Bernadette, Sr. Gabriel and brother Ignatius. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her sisters, Rita (Fitzgera... Mar 23, 2018
Daffodil Day: Cancer survivor Gillian's fears for future after months of gruelling treatment
Gaynor French, now 47, admitted she thought the diagnosis was a death sentence.The former biology lecturer from Co Roscommon said: “I thought that was it. I lost my mother-in-law from my first marriage to it. I also looked after a little girl whose mother died of it.“I thought I was a goner but now the treatments are so much more advanced.“The hospital care is so good your head doesn’t get a chance to catch up until a year after the chemo, the radiography, everything.“I can’t praise them enough.”However, four-and-a-half years after her diagnosis, Gaynor went back to her doctor feeling tired and learned she had stage four metastatic breast cancer.The mother of three and granny of one was given six months to live if she didn’t respond to chemo.She said: “Two years later, I’m still going strong. Even though I have stage four cancer, I’m healthy and fit.“I may have hair one minute and none the next but I am healthy and there’s no sign I have anything wrong with me.”And Gaynor praised the charity for helping her get through.She added: “I was self-employed and lost my business. The Irish Cancer Society provided me with a grant so I could at least pay for the kids’ Christmas.”Pictured is Laura Brennan from Co Clare (Image: Ma...Jan 8, 2016
2015 Year In Review: Part One
The center's team facilitates the investigation of these crimes so that the perpetrators can be successfully prosecuted.The AuSable River Center in Roscommon began its 10th annual cedar strip canoe building class. Proceeds from the raffle tickets to win the canoe, drawn during the Firemen's Memorial Festival, go to the AuSable River Center to help cover the cost of the center's maintenance and operations.15
At 1:57 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7, Roscommon County Central Dispatch received a call from a motorist traveling northbound on I-75 several miles south of Roscommon, who due to poor visibility from the snow, rear ended a semi-truck pulling a large trailer northbound on I-75 in Roscommon County, Roscommon County Sheriff Randall Stevenson said. The caller's mini-van became lodged under the trailer and was being pulled down I-75 unbeknownst to the driver of the semi-truck. Inside the mini-van were the Menz family Matt, 46, Pamela, 47, Justin, 26, and Jennifer, 22. The family was traveling from the Flint airport and were almost to their home in Roscommon. Roscommon County and Crawford County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to attempt to locate the vehicles. The vehicles were later intercepted by deputies from the Crawford County Sheriff's Office, south of Grayling on northbound I-75. Deputies successfully stopped the vehicles without incident, 16 miles from where the original collision had occurred. The Menz family was transported by ambulance to Mercy Hospital Grayling for evaluation, but no serious injuries were sustained.The Graying Free Methodist Church, located at 6352 M-72 West, purchased the adjacent property, previously owned by a local accounting firm. The building will be used for needed classroom space, youth programming and temporary office space. In addition, the extra parking will be needed as the church undergoes a building and addition project.Makayla Cragg - a 2014 Grayling High School graduate and a three-sport athlete at GHS - attended Alpena Community College, where she planned to play softball for the Lumberjacks. "What I love most about being able to play college athletics is the fact of just having the opportunity to play. A lot of people don't get offered to play at a college level. Having the scholarship that I received is also a bonus and helps out a lot financially," Cragg said.22The Crawford AuSable Schools District's Board of Education officially approved the Extended Learning Year (ELY) program. The new program was offered to parents for their children entering kindergarten through fifth grade. "We are extremely excited to be offering this voluntary option for our students and parents," said Crawford AuSable School District Superintendent Joe Powers. "Nationwide research has shown that year-round or balanced school calendars greatly improves student achievement." The traditional school year calendar currently has 177 instructional days, while the new ELY calendar will offer 190 instructional days spread throughout the year.Music lovers, hoping to add a patriotic punch to their collection, needed to look no further than "Betty and the Babes," more formally known as the Grayling Promotional Association (GPA) Singers. The GPA Singers released a CD titled "Betty and the Babes" Sing America. Featured on the CD are Betty Bennett, Alice Snyder, Becky Walrath, D.J. Brown, Gail Swope, Judy Clyma, Judy Steffen, Mary Thornsberry, Maureen "Mo" McNamara, Pat Scmid and Shelly Cohee.The Grayling High School Student Senate members chose the AuSable Valley Animal Shelter as their charity for the year. The students went to the shelter for visits and helped out with multiple projects. The entire class spent a day making blankets for th... (Crawford county avalanche)Dec 30, 2015
Therese Cunningham nee Freeley
Barnaderg village to the house tomorrow.
Margaret Keavney nee Mullaney
Church Street, Glenamaddy and formerly of Four Mile House, Co Roscommon. Reposing at her residence tomorrow Thursday from 3 until 9. Removal on Friday to St Patrick’s Church, Glenamaddy for mass for Margaret Keavney at 1. Interment afterwards in the New cemetery, Glenamaddy. House private on Friday morning and family flowers only, by request. Donations if desired to Galway Hospice and Ability West.
Patrick J. also known as Paddy Cunningham
Newbridge, Ballinasloe. Reposing at is home this evening from 4 until 8. Removal tomorrow Thursday to St Patrick’s Church, Newbridge for mass for Paddy Cunningham at12. Funeral afterwards to Killyan Cemetery. House private on Thursday morning and family flowers only, by request. Donations if desired to Killyan Cemetery.
St Vincent’s Centre, Navan Road, Dublin and formerly of No 1, Bungalow, Newcastle. Removal to St Joseph’s Church, Presentation Road on Friday morning for mass for Christine Naughton at 11. Funeral afterwards to New Cemetery, Bohermore.
Mary Monaghan nee Shaughnessy
Hollygrove, Ballygar. Reposing at Moran’s Funeral Home, Ballygar tomorrow Thursday from 4 until 6. Removal afterwards to St Patrick’s Church, Athleague. Mass for Mary Monaghan on Friday at 12.30. Funeral afterwards to Ballygar cemetery. Family flowers only, by request.
Gortardigan, Peterswell, Gort. Reposing at Mullins Funeral Home this evening from 6 and until 7. Removal to Peterswell church tomorrow Thursday for mass for Fergus Fitzgerald at 12 noon. Funeral afterwards to Castledaly Cemetery.
Corrib Park, Newcastle and formally of Bohermore. Reposing at Conneely’s Funeral Home Flood Street this evening from 6.30. Removal at 8 to The Church of the Sacred Heart, Seamus Quirke road. Mass for Noel Lennon tomorrow Thursday at 11. Funeral afterwards to Rahoon Cemetery. Family flowers only, by request. Donations if desi... (Galway Bay FM)
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