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Louth Death Notices, September 29 2020 / Chloe McLaughlin, Maura O’Sullivan, more

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The death has occurred of Chloe McLaughlin

Saint Clements Park, Dundalk. Suddenly. Predeceased by her grandfather Michael Crawley (Hyde Park). Very deeply regretted by her heartbroken parents Sean and Michelle, sister Samantha McMahon, nephew and nieces James, Nicole and Emily, grandparents Jim and Reina McLaughlin and Susan Crawley, brother-in-law Christopher, uncles, aunts, cousins, extended family relatives and friends.

May She Rest in Peace

Due to government restrictions regarding public gatherings, Chloe’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 cortege leaves the family residence on Wednesday morning at 10.30am driving to Shevlin’s Funeral Home, Barrack Street then proceeding on foot to Saint Joseph’s Redemptorist Church arriving for Funeral Mass at 11am followed by burial in Saint Patrick’s Cemetery, Dundalk.

House Strictly Private by Family Request.

Mass can be viewed by webcam link here. You can also leave a personal message in the Condolence Book by clicking here.

/ The death has occurred of Anthony Martin

Shanmullagh, Hackballscross, Dundalk, Louth. Peacefully, at home, surrounded by his loving family. Anthony, beloved son of Elizabeth and his late father Peter, much loved brother of Sinéad, Peter, Padráic and Siobhán.

Reposing at the family home Shanmullagh from 12pm until 8pm today, Tuesday. Removal Wednesday morning at 10.15am, via Killaclessy and Anavakey, to The Church of the Sacred Heart, Shelagh, arriving for 11am Requiem Mass with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

May his gentle soul rest in peace.

House Private Wednesday Morning, Please.

/ The death has occurred of Maura O’Sullivan (née Watters)

Ballymacquin Lower, Ardfert, Kerry and Dundalk, Louth.

Funeral Arrangements Later.

The death has occurred of Patricia Kirke

Woodtown, Castlebellingham, Co. Louth. Peacefully at home, September 28 2020. Patricia beloved daughter of the late Tom and Brigid and sister of Brendan, Barbara, Brian and the late Anthony and aunt of Jane, Joe, Hilary, Brea and Moya. Patricia will be sadly missed by her brothers, sister, nephews, nieces, brother-in-law Noel Larkin, sister-in-law Fiona, relatives and friends.

May She Rest In Peace

Her cortège will leave her family home at 10.40am on Wednesday on her way to St. Michael’s Church, Darver arriving for Mass at 11am. Followed by private cremation. The Mass can be viewed on www.churchmedia.tv.

Due to current government guidelines, Patricia’s Funeral will be attended by family and close friends only. Her family understand and appreciate that people would like to offer their condolences. Please feel free to leave a message in the condolence Book by clicking here.

All enquiries to Mc Geoughs Funeral Home on 042 933 4283.

The death has occurred of Noel Carpenter

Pearse Park, Dundalk. Saturday, September 26 2020. Peacefully in the Beaumont Hospital Dublin. Predeceased by his parents Frank and Anna, brother Frederick. Very deeply regretted by his loving family wife Bernadette, son Noel, daughters Maria and Emma, grandchildren Eoin, Ruairí, James, Liam, Grace and Anna, daughter-in-law Fiona, son-in-law James, extended family neighbours and friends.

May He Rest In Peace

Due to government restrictions regarding public gatherings. Noel’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 cortege will leave his residence in Pearse Park at 11.40am on Tuesday morning driving to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral arriving for Funeral Mass at 12 noon followed by burial in Saint Patrick’s Cemetery Dundalk.

House Private Please by Family Request.

Mass can be viewed by webcam link here. You can also leave a personal message in the Condolence Book by clicking here.

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