/ The death has occurred of Selina McEneaney
St Nicholas Avenue, Dundalk. Peacefully surrounded by her family in the kind and gentle care of the staff at the Louth County Hospital. Beloved mother of Sarah, Matthew and Seán, devoted daughter of Rose & Phil and cherished sister of Philip. Selina will be sadly missed and remembered with love by her children, their father Ronan, parents, brother, nieces Carrie, Michelle & Amy, extended family, neighbours, friends and by all who knew and loved her.
May She Rest In Peace
House Strictly Private at all times
Due to the recent government guidelines regarding public gatherings, Selina’s Funeral will be held in private. Those who would have liked to attend the funeral, but due to current restrictions cannot, please leave your personal message in the Condolence Book by clicking here.
Removal on Saturday morning at 10.30am via St. Nicholas Avenue, Castletown Road, Bridge Street & Linenhall Street to allow for friends & neighbours to pay there respects whilst adhering to social distancing rules, arriving at St. Nicholas Church for Funeral Mass at 11am attended by family and close friends.
Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to the North Louth Hospice.
Selina’s family would like to take this opportunity to extend their heartfelt thanks to the doctors, nurses & staff in the Louth Hospital, North Louth Hospice and the Palliative Care Team for the exceptional care Selina received. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Niall E Kehoe Dixons Funeral Directors – 042 933 4240.
/ The death has occurred of Brendan Duffy
Hill View, O’Hanlon Park, Co. Louth. Peacefully, in the love and tender care of the Louth County Hospital. Predeceased by his son Brendan. He will be sadly missed by his loving family, wife Mary (née O’Neill), son Damien, daughters Martina, Áine, and Jolene, daughter in-law Christina, grandchildren David, Leanne, Aaron, Cailám, Jack and Anton, nephews, nieces, brothers in-law,vextended family relatives, wonderful neighbours and friends.
May He Rest In Peace
In keeping with current government guidelines regarding public gatherings, Brendan’s Funeral will be private for family and close friends with church numbers limited.
The community may wish to pay their respects and show support to the family, the cortège will leave his residence on Saturday morning at 10.30am proceeding on foot to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, arriving for Funeral Mass at 11am, followed by burial in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Dundalk.