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Louth Death Notices, November 13 2020/ Brian Morris, Tommy Fallon, more

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/ The death has occurred of Brian Morris

The Square, Blackrock, Co. Louth and formerly of Rathgar, Dublin. Thursday, November 12 2020. Brian died, peacefully, surrounded by his loving family at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda. Beloved husband of Roz (née Brady) and wonderful father of Annabelle and Penny. Predeceased by his parents Mairead and Dr. Tommy Morris, sisters Cecily and Mary Rose, Brian will be sadly missed by his wife, daughters, brother Tommy, sister Anna, brother in-law Ben, sister in-law Liz, nephew and nieces David, Jennie and Katie, relatives, great friends, neighbours and colleagues in DKIT.

May He Rest In Peace

Due to government restrictions regarding public gatherings, Brian’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 when the cortège leaves his residence on Sunday afternoon at 12.30pm, proceeding on foot, to the Church of St. Oliver Plunkett, Blackrock, arriving for Funeral Mass at 1pm, followed by burial in Haggardstown Cemetery.

You may wish to leave a personal message in the Condolence Book by clicking here.

/ The death has occurred of Philip Lambe

Mary Street South, Dundalk. Peacefully in Our Lady of Lourdes, Hospital. 12th November 2020. Philip beloved son of the late Bernard and Mary partner of the late Agnes and brother of Maureen, Sheila, Kathleen, Brian, Gerard, Aidan, Fiona and the late Eileen and nephew of Alice. Philip will be sadly missed by his brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunt, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandniece, relatives and friends.

May He Rest In Peace

Due to Government guidelines of a limit of 25 family in the Church and Cemetery, Philip’s funeral will take place privately in St. Joseph’s Redemptorist Church at 11am on Monday and can be viewed here.

His 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 McGeoughs Funerals on 042 933 4283. House strictly private due to Covid-19 restrictions.

/ The death has occurred of Tommy Fallon

Donore Road, Drogheda and formerly of Bothar Bruagh, Drogheda Co. Louth. November 12 2020. Peacefully at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. Tommy, predeceased by both his parents and brother Ralph. Sadly missed by his beloved wife Bridie, children Ciarán, Gráinne and Emmett, son-in-law Seamus, daughter-in-law Karen, grandchildren Evan, Ellen and Darragh, sister Carol, brothers Leo and Dermot, extended family, relatives, neighbours and friends.

May he rest in Peace

Due to Government guidelines regarding public gatherings, Tommy’s funeral will be held privately for immediate family only. Funeral will be streamed live on here on Sunday morning at 11am in The Holy Family Church, Ballsgrove, with burial afterwards in Calvary Cemetery. For those who cannot attend due to these restrictions please leave a personal message for the family in the Condolence Book by clicking here.

/ The death has occurred of Patrick (Ditch) Cassidy

Drogheda and formerly of Sea Park, Malahide, Dublin. November 11 2020. Peacefully at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. Patrick (Ditch) predeceased by his parents Dermot and Lil and sister Marion. Sadly missed by his daughter Alisha, partner Marie, brother Dermot, sister Jean, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews nieces, relatives, friends, fellow musicians and all his fans.

Peace and Love

Due to Government guidelines regarding public gatherings, Patrick’s funeral will be held privately for immediate family only. Funeral will be streamed live here from St Sylvesters Church, Malahide on Saturday at 11am followed by cremation in Dardistown. For those who cannot attend due to these restrictions please leave a personal message for the family in the Condolence Book by clicking here.

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