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15 July 2018
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Bernard Thomas Brady

5th Anniversary 19th July
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear
Always missed and loved by your loving wife Margaret, son Colm, daughters Helen, Rebecca and Valerie, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law andgrandchildren xxx . Your brother Michael, sister Brigid, sister in-law and extended relations and friends xxx.
Bernard will be prayed for at Mass on Saturday 14th of July at 6.30pm.


Charlie Sheridan

50th Anniversary - 17th July
Late of Weir View, Lucan
Dad you are loved and remembered every day
You will always be loved and never forgotten
Loved and missed, Des, Ann, Veronica, Mary and David.


Birthday Remembrances

Mary O'Brien

First Birthday away from home
Happy Birthday to my late wife Mary O'Brien,
Late of Arthur Griffith Park
For all we've done together
As husband and wife
For just being my closest friend
And my love for life
Your loving husband Martin


Mary O'Brien

You are a mother who is very dear
With a heart full of love and so sincere
With special wishes on the way
Just for you on your special day
You are so thoughtful, kind and sharing
Always warm and oh so caring
Happy Birthday Mam,
Love Darren, Mark, Tracey and Roy

Happy Birthday Nanny Love you always
From all your grandchildren xxx

Happy Birthday Mary
Love from your son-in-law and all your daughters-in-law and all your family and friends xxx


Mary O'Brien

First Birthday away from home - 14th July
In loving memory of a wonderful friend Mary,
Late of Arthur Griffith Park
Along the road of suffering
You found a little lane
That took you up to heaven
And ended all your pain
You may be out of sight, Mary
We may be worlds apart
But you are always in my prayers
And forever in my heart.
Love and miss you Kiddo,
Phyllis xx