Babs was active to the very end

By Charlie Keegan MARIE ‘Babs’ O’Hare, Ballyloughan, Bagenalstown, Co Carlow, whose death occurred on Monday 13 July, was the former Marie Tobin and a native of Ballyloughan. She was born on 7 June 1928 to Denis and Margaret (née Curran)...

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Liam Murphy was a man of many parts

By Charlie Keegan LIAM Murphy, Island Lane, Ballinakill, Waterford city, whose death occurred on Wednesday 5 August, was a man of many parts – high-ranking and distinguished local government officer, talented Gaelic footballer and GAA official of note, intrepid traveller,...

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Mary was a devoted family woman who loved gardening

By Charlie Keegan MARY Byrne, ‘Mountview Lodge’, Hollymount, Carlow, who passed away peacefully at Carlow’s Sacred Heart Hospital on Tuesday...

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Breda was a spiritual woman who had a great interest in hurling

By Charlie Keegan THE death occurred peacefully at St Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny on Friday 17 July, surrounded by her loving...

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Tony Shannon was a keen golfer who loved a singsong

By Charlie Keegan THE communities of Carlow and the Spanish Point area of Milltown Malbay, Co Clare were united in...

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Margaret lived life to the full

By Charlie Keegan MARGARET Geoghegan, formerly King, wife of the late Seán Geoghegan, passed away peacefully on Tuesday 30 June...

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