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Thursday, August 2, 2012
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FOLEY, James (Jim) (Lahinch, Co.
Clare) (peacefully) at home — August
1, 2012, dearly beloved husband of
Judith and loving father of Emma,
Gillian, Darragh, Eavan and Cliodhna;
greatly missed by grandchildren Leah,
James, Laura, Ian, Edith and Rebecca,
brothers Tom, Willie and the late
Gerard, sons-in-law David, Garret and
Jonathan, daughter-in-law Hilary, friend
Joanne, family and friends. Reposing at
home today (Thursday) from 5 o´c. to 7
o´c. Removal from his residence
tomorrow (Friday) to Lahinch Church
for 11 a.m. Mass. Burial afterwards in
flowers only. Donations in lieu to
Milford Hospice Homecare Team.
O´BRIEN (The Ward, Co. Dublin, and
formerly of Dundrum) July 30, 2012
after a short illness bravely borne
Patrick Joseph, loving and devoted
husband to Jo. Much loved father of
Patrick and granddad of Adam, sadly
missed by his loving wife, son, sister
Peggy, brothers John and Dan,
daughter-in-law Anna, grandson nieces,
nephews, relatives and friends. A true
gentleman. May he Rest in Peace.
Reposing in Fanagans Funeral Home,
Church Street, Finglas, today today
(Friday) at 10.30 o´clock to St. Canices
Church, Finglas Village for 11.00
o´clock Mass and funeral afterwards to
The Ward Cemetery, Co. Dublin. House
POWER (Wexford) Patrick Joseph (Joe)
— August 1, 2012, (formerly of
Kiltealy, Co. Wexford, retired AIB
Bank Manager), (peacefully), with his
family at St. John's Community
Hospital, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford,
beloved husband of Emily (née
D'Arcy), loving father of Emer (Maher),
Susan (Neville), John, Donal and Jane;
sadly missed by his brothers Fr.
Michael OSA and Noel, sisters Vera
(Sr. Stanislaus) and Eithne Blake,
pre-deceased by his loving daughter
Emer, brothers Dick and Leo and sister
Joan, will be loved and remembered by
all who knew him, his family and
friends, his sons and daughters-in-law
John, Dermot, Sandra, Rachel and
Bobby, his thirteen grandchildren, his
brothers and sisters-in-law and his
remembered by the staff and his friends
in the Ivy Ward of St. Johns. Reposing
at Mackens Funeral Home, Distillery
Road, Wexford today (Thursday) from
5 o´c. Removal from Mackens
tomorrow (Friday) at 11.30 o´c. to St
Alphonsus' Church, Barntown for 12
noon funeral Mass to be followed by
burial in the adjoining Cemetery.
Family flowers only please, donations
can kindly be made to Friends of St.
Johns, Enniscorthy and Hospice
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BROGAN, Mary (Mollie), Harold's Cross
(late of Higginstown, Athboy. Co.
Meath) — August 1, 2012, peacefully at
St. Vincent's University Hospital.
Deeply regretted by her sisters
Rosaleen, Bea, Carmel and Jo;
predeceased by her brothers Michael,
Ned and Frank. Will be sadly missed by
all her nieces, nephews, relatives and
her many friends. Arriving at Church of
the Holy Rosary, Harold's Cross for
prayers at 3 p.m. today (Thursday) and
also reposing at Mullen´s Funeral
Home, O´Growney Street, Athboy from
7 p.m. with removal to St. James's
Church, Athboy arriving at 8 p.m.
Funeral Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 10
a.m. followed by burial in St James's
Cemetery, Athboy. Donations in lieu of
flowers to St. Vincent de Paul.
CARBERY (Castle Freke, Co. Cork and
London) — July 28, 2012, at 92 years
of age, (peacefully), in Twickenham,
London, Peter Ralfe Harrington
Evans-Freke, 11th Baron Carbery,
beloved husband of Elisabeth, Lady
Carbery and the late Joyzelle Lady
Carbery, much loved father of
Michael, Maura, John, Stephen and
Angela, grandfather of fourteen,
great-grandfather of fifteen; fondly
remembered for his constant good
humour and kindness to all with whom
he came in contact including his
extended family and the people of the
Castlefreke area where he liked to
spend time. Reposing at Rathbarry
Castle ("The Farmyard") on Monday
August 6 from 4 o´c. followed by
Prayers at 5.30 o´c. Removal into
Rathbarry Church on Tuesday at
2.30 o´c. followed by Requiem Mass at
3 o´c. Entombment immediately
afterwards in the Family Crypt at the
Chapel of Castle Freke. Enquiries to
Clonakilty 023-8833176.
CHAPMAN Mark Harris (Blackrock,
Co. Dublin) — August 1, 2012 after a
short illness at The Blackrock Clinic.
Sadly missed by his brother Paul, sisters
Yvonne and Adele, sister-in-law
Marcia, brothers-in-law Justin and Ken,
nieces and nephews and his many
friends. Funeral Service will take place
on Saturday morning, August 4 at 10
a.m. in St. Philip and St. James Church,
afterwards to Shanganagh Cemetery.
"What will survive of us is love"
CREHAN (Bovinion, Mountbellew, Co.
Galway) — July 30, 2012 following a
short illness (peacefully), at home
surrounded by his loving wife and
family, Denis; he will be sadly missed
by his loving wife Maureen, sons
Hubert, Liam, Enda and Denis,
daughters Edel and Annette, grandchildren Aifric, Aoibhinn and Oisín,
sisters Kathleen England (Yorkshire)
and Julia Connolly (Milltown), niece
and nephew, sons-in-law, daughterin-law, relatives, neighbours and
friends. Rest in peace. Funeral Mass
today (Thursday) at 11 o´c. in St
Mary´s Church, Mountbellew followed
by burial in the New Cemetery, Tuam
Road. Family flowers only. Donations
to Galway Hospice Foundation.
DOYNE, Francis (Killiney) — August 1,
2012, in Blackrock Hospice. Beloved
father of Tania and Tara, wonderful
Papy to Cal, Laragh, Sam, Shane and
Finn; sadly missed by his family,
Rachel, son-in-law Cillian, brothers Joe,
Peter, Fyl, Con and John and their
families. Funeral on Saturday, August 4
in Holy Trinity Church, Killiney at 10
a.m. to be followed by cremation in
Mount Jerome Crematorium, Harold´s
Cross. Donations please to Blackrock
Hospice in lieu of flowers.
FLANAGAN Chrissie (Kenagh, Co.
Longford) - July 31,2012 beloved wife
of the late Joe, in Thomond Lodge
Nursing Home, Ballymahon. Sadly
missed by her loving family, sons
Gerry, P.J. and Kieran, daughters Mary
and Evelyn, sons-in-law Ted, Dick,
daughters-in-law Mary Ann, Beatrice
and Pearl, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, relatives and friends.
Rest in Peace. Reposing at Thomond
Lodge Nursing Home today (Thursday)
from 4.00 o´clock. Evening prayers at
6.00 o´clock Followed by removal to St.
Dominic´s Church, Kenagh arriving at
8.00 o´clock. Funeral Mass tomorrow
(Friday) at 11.00 o´clock followed by
burial in Abbeyderg Cemetery.
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GILLEN (née Widger), Mary Antoinette
(Toni), (Terenure, Dublin), August 1,
2012, (peacefully) in the tender loving
care of the staff at Our Lady´s Hospice,
Harold´s Cross; beloved wife of the late
Des: she will be very sadly missed by
her loving daughter Rena, sisters Bernie
and Anne, brothers John and Tom,
nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and
neighbours. Rest in Peace. Removal
tomorrow (Friday) morning from Our
Lady's Hospice Mortuary Chapel, to the
Church of the Holy Spirit, Kimmage
Manor arriving for 11.00 o´c. Funeral
flowers only please. Donations if
desired to Our Lady´s Hospice.
"Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis."
("Clonmoher", Dublin Road, Castltroy,
Limerick and late of Department of
Agriculture) — July 31, 2012 in
his 95th year in the loving care of
Milford Care Centre, husband of the
late Mamie; deeply regretted by his
Pat and John,
daughter Mary McAlinden, sister Phil
Mulligan (Ballaghadereen), son-in-law
Gavan, daughters-in-law Marie, Mary
and Ursula, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren,
relatives and friends. Requiem Mass
today (Thursday) at 12 o´c. in
Monaleen Church. Funeral afterwards
to Kilmurry Cemetery. Family flowers
only. Donations if desired to Milford
Care Centre.
"Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis"
KELLY Denis (Sligo) — August 1, 2012,
at Sligo General Hospital surrounded by
his family. Beloved husband of Frances
and dearly loved father of Oisín. Sadly
missed and much loved by his sisters
Anita and Daphne, his brother Charles,
brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews,
nieces and many friends. Reposing at
Feehily's Funeral Home, Cartron Cross,
Sligo from 6pm to 7.30pm this
(Thursday) evening. Private cremation
to follow. House strictly private. Family
flowers only please. Donations in lieu if
desired to The Irish Cancer Society c/o
Feehily's Funeral Home, Cartron Cross,
"Fair Sailing".
(Willowfield Park, Goatstown, Dublin
14 ) — July 30, 2012, (peacefully), and
happily at home, in her 96th year,
beloved wife of the late Jim and loving
mother of James, John, Catherine,
Brendan, Frank, Mary and Paddy and
much loved granny; deeply regretted
and sadly missed by her loving family,
daughters-in-law Deirdre, Emmanuelle
and Charloette together with Liz Ryan,
son-in-law Michael McInerney, her
sister Nora, brother Stan, grandchildren
Jennifer, Fiona, Elizabeth, Roisín,
Hannah, Conor, Max, James, Iain, Seán,
Luke, Daniel and Emanuel and by her
carer Emelyn and her relatives,
neighbours and friends. May she Rest in
Peace. Funeral Mass in the Church of
the Miraculous Medal, Bird Avenue,
Clonskeagh today (Thursday) at
11.30am, followed by burial in
Glasnevin Cemetery, (Family flowers
only please).
"Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dhílis"
(Limerick) — July 29, 2012
(peacefully) in the wonderful care of the
ICU staff at the Mater Hospital, Anne,
Rushdale Drive, Clareview, beloved
wife of the late Jack, dearly loved
mother of Louise; sadly missed by her
loving daughter, son-in-law Thomas
Hayes, darling granddaughter Alice
Rose, brother Joseph, sisters Mary
Marnell, Betty Keane, Susan Nix and
Oonagh Donelan, brothers-in-law,
sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, the
Hayes family, cousins and her many
friends in Ireland and Spain. Rest in
peace. Reposing at Thompson´s Funeral
Home, Thomas Street this (Thursday)
evening from 5 o´c. to 7 o´c. followed
by removal to Our Lady of the Rosary
Church, Ennis Road. Requiem Mass
today (Friday) at 11 o´c. Funeral
afterwards to Mount St Lawrence
Cemetery (extension).
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CAROLAN (née Lawlor) (Dublin) —
July 31, 2012, Margaret Carmel,
(peacefully), at home, surrounded by
her loving family, beloved wife of the
late Peter and devoted mother of Colm,
Rohan, Fergus and Miriam, sister of the
late Pauline, Des and Bernadette; sadly
grandchildren, loving daughters-in-law,
brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews,
nieces, relatives and friends. May she
rest in peace. Funeral Mass at 11 o´c.
today (Thursday) in the Church of the
Holy Family, Aughrim Street followed
by burial in Glasnevin Cemetery.
Family flowers only. Donations if
desired to St. Francis Hospice, Raheny.
Le Chéile Arís
BINCHY (Dalkey, Co. Dublin) — July
30, 2012, peacefully after a short
illness, Maeve, dearly beloved wife and
best friend of Gordon Snell, loving
sister of Joan, William and the late
Renie; very sadly missed by her much
loved family and a wide circle of
friends. Removal tomorrow, Friday to
the Church of the Assumption, Dalkey
arriving at 11.20am for 11.30am.
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cremation. House private. No flowers
please. Donations, if desired, to
Arthritis Ireland or the Irish Heart
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ABBI, The Willows, Rose Hall, Killineer,
Drogheda, Co. Louth — July 24, 2012
Suddenly, Deepak (Peter), M.R.I.A.I.
Beloved husband and best friend of Anu
and devoted and loving father of
Deepka, Esha and Kavi. Deeply missed
by his loving wife and children, sisters
Alka and Nishi, brothers in law Rajesh,
Raj and Komal, sister-in-law Amita,
mother in law Raj, aunts, uncles,
nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Rest In Peace. Reposing at Townley's
Funeral Home, Crosslanes, Drogheda
from 5pm until 7pm today, Thursday
with prayers at 6pm this evening.
Private Family Hindu Ceremony to
follow. No flowers please, donations if
desired to Drogheda City Enterprise
McGIVERN (née Matthews) Margaret,
(longtime resident of Wyckham Park,
Dundrum, Dublin, formerly of Lurgan,
Co. Armagh) — July 28 2012
(peacefully), beloved wife of the late
Jim McGivern, loving mother of the
late John McGivern; deeply missed by
son-in-law Jim Cozzola and grand
daughters Jessica and Rachael of
Chicago, U.S.A., close relatives and
many dear friends and also the staff of
the Marlay Nursing Home who looked
after her so well. Reposing in Fanagans
Funeral Home today (Thursday).
Removal tomorrow (Friday) morning to
the Church of the Holy Cross Dundrum
for 10 o'c . Funeral Mass followed by
cremation in Glasnevin. In lieu of
flowers, donations, if desired, to The
Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
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1933 that CETO Wave Energy Ireland Ltd has applied to the Minister
of the Environment, Community and Local Government for a licence
under the said Act to carry out investigation works between Freagh
Point and Spanish Point, Co. Clare
A copy of the application, and the relevant maps, plans, reports and
drawings, is available for inspection for the next 21 working days, free
of charge, at Ennistymon Garda Station, Ennistymon, Co. Clare
The documentation is also available on the Department’s website
Any person who wishes to make an objection to, or a representation
in respect of the grant of the licence sought should do so in writing,
giving reasons, within 21 working days of publication of this Notice
(quoting ref: MS 51/11/238), to the Foreshore Unit, Department of
the Environment, Community and Local Government, Newton Road,
Wexford or [email protected] The closing date for submissions is
close of business on 3 September 2012.
All objections and representations received will be forwarded to the
applicant for comment prior to any decision being made in the matter.
Material upon which the Minister shall determine this application may
be published on the Department’s website. In this regard the
Department wishes to draw attention to its policy on defamatory
material that may be contained in submissions it receives which may
be found at
http://www.environ.ie/en/Foreshore/#Defamation Notice/
Dated this 2nd day of August 2012
Mr Kieran O’Brien
CETO Wave Energy Ireland
4 Cubes 1, Beacon South Quarter
Sandyford, Dublin 18
Ballinasloe, County Galway — July 31,
2012 peacefully in her home,
surrounded by her loving family, in her
107th year. Greatly loved and deeply
mourned by her sons and daughters,
grandchildren, great grandchildren,
nieces, nephews, in-laws and a large
circle of friends. Dearly beloved wife of
the late Patrick. Funeral Mass today,
Thursday at 12 noon in Our Lady of
Lourdes Church, Caltra. Family flowers
"She has left a trail of
beautiful memories".
McNAMARA (née Dunne) Lucy (Lou)
(Raheny, Dublin) — July 30, 2012,
(peacefully) in her 81st year, after a
long illness borne with dignity and
resilience, in the compassionate care of
the nurses, doctors and staff of
Beaumont Hospital, surrounded by her
loving family and friends, adored wife
to Terry, and beloved mother to son,
Paul, daughter, Yvonne, daughter-inlaw, Mary, deeply missed by
grandchildren, Kate and Anna, brothers,
Des and Eugene, sisters-in-law, Marie,
May and Imelda, brothers-in-law,
Paddy and Jack, nieces, nephews,
relatives, loyal friends, especially everattentive and selfless Carmel and Derry,
and neighbours. Sleep in peace.
Removal this Thursday morning to
Saint Brigid's Church, Killester arriving
for 10 o`clock Funeral Mass followed
immediately thereafter by burial at
Dardistown Cemetery.
MULHOLLAND (2 Old Church, North
Circular Road, Limerick — July 30,
2012 (suddenly) Eugene (late of
Electrical Factors and Limerick Lawn
Tennis Club). Beloved husband of Rita
and dearest father of Diarmaid and
Jennifer-Anne. Deeply regretted by his
sister Anne, daughter-in-law Hannah,
grandchildren Joe, Ruby and Sam,
relatives and his many friends. Rest in
Peace. Removal today, Thursday to Our
Lady of the Rosary Church for 11 am
Mass. Funeral afterwards to Mount St.
Lawrence (Extension) Cemetery.
REDMOND, Alice (Late of Gorey) —
August 1, 2012 (peacefully), after a
short illness, dearly beloved sister of
Anne (Gantly) (Bray) and Steen,
predeceased by her much loved sister
Beth and brother Jimmy; sadly missed
by Margaret, John, Rosemary, Imelda,
Eoghan, Patrick, extended family and
very supportive friends. R.I.P. Reposing
at Murphy´s Funeral Home, The
Avenue, Gorey today (Thursday) from
5 o´c. with removal after prayers at 8.15
o´c. to St Michael´s Church, Gorey.
Funeral Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 10
o´c. followed by burial in St Michael´s
Cemetery, Gorey.
RONAYNE John (Caherslee, Tralee and
formerly of Derrynane Rd., Turner´s
Cross, Cork) — July 31, 2012
(peacefully) at home. Beloved husband
of Annette and dear father of Breda,
Gillian, Stephanie, Anne and Jean.
Sadly missed by his loving family,
sons-in-law, sisterin-law, brothers-in-law, relatives and
many friends. Rest In Peace. Requiem
Mass today, Thursday at 11am in Our
Lady & St. Brendan´s Church.
Interment afterwards in Kyrie Eleison
Abbey Cemetery, Abbeydorney. House
private please.
SINNOTT (Loreto, Gorey, Co, Wexford)
— August 1, 2012, at Marlay Nursing
Home, Rathfarnham, Sr. Josephine;
deeply regretted by her brother Fr. Mal
S.S.C., her sister Àine (Kenny), Kay
(O'Neill), Eithne (Brown), sister-in-law
Judy, brothers-in-law Aidan Conway
and Arthur Brown, nephews, nieces,
grandnephews, grandnieces, her Loreto
Community, relatives and friends. Rest
in peace. Removal from Loreto Railway
Road, this (Thursday) to St. Michael's
approximately. Funeral Mass tomorrow
(Friday) at 12 noon, followed by burial
in Loreto Cemetery.
TAYLOR (née Finnegan) (Clonkeen
Court, Blackrock and formerly of Haigh
Terrace, Dun Laoghaire and late of
Strandhill Road, Sligo) — August 1,
2012, (peacefully), in the Killiney
Nursing Home in
wonderfully care of the staff, Gertrude
(Gertie), wife of the late Jack and
mother of the late Carole; she will be
sadly missed by her children Noel,
Rosemary, Trudy and Liz, sons-in-law
and daughter-in-law Martin, Don,
Christophe, Gerry and Fionnuala,
grandchildren Clifford, Alan, Marius,
Nora and Antoine, brother Eamonn and
sister-in-law Ann, relatives and friends.
Rest in peace. Reposing at Patrick
O’Donovan & Son Funeral Home
Sallynoggin (Opp Sallynoggin Church).
Removal on (Saturday) morning to St.
Michael’s Church, Dun Laoghaire
arriving at 9.45 o’c. for 10 o’c.
Requiem Mass. Funeral immediately
afterwards to Deans Grange Cemetery.
Family flowers only please donations if
desired to Irish Hospice Foundation.
WILLIAMS (née Healy) Cloughjordan,
Co. Tipperary) — July 30, 2012 Sarah
Ellen (Sadie) (peacefully) at home.
Loving wife of the late Basil. Sadly
missed by her daughters June (Smith),
Anne, Audrey (O´Brien), sons Henry,
Mark and Charles, grandchildren,
sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, sister,
brothers, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law,
nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Funeral Service today, Thursday at 2pm
in St. Kieran´s Church, Cloughjordan
with burial immediately afterwards in
Modreeny Graveyard. Family flowers
only. Donations if desired to Milford
LUDDEN Ann (Fourteenth Anniversary)
— Lovingly remembered always - Paul,
Gavin, Nicole and Susan.
O´Connor) (Second Anniversary)
Predeceased by her husband Tony. —
Lovingly remembered and sadly missed
by family, relations and friends.
May they Rest In Peace
O'BRIEN Dr. Dermott (Twentieth
Anniversary) — Remembered with love
and deeply mourned throughout the last
twenty years by his family in Ireland
and France.
O'CONNOR Senan (Eight Anniversary)
— Remembered with love today and
everyday - Marie and family.
RUSHE John (Limerick and London)
(Seventh Anniversary) — Cherished
memories of a much loved son and
brother. Sadly missed by his parents
and siblings. Our Lady of Walsingham
pray for him.
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