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Death in Donegal, Saturday evening, November 5, 2022

The following deaths occurred:

Liam Collins, Letterkenny

Seamus Gallen, Lifford

James (Jimbo) Downey, Erne Street, Ballyshannon

Mary Brigid Clancy, Kinlough, County Leitrim

John L. McNulty Rathgar, Dublin/St Johnston

Sean Meehan, Church Road, Killybegs

Frank McGinley, Falgarrow, Cloghan

John Anthony Barr, Ballybrack, Moville

Jim Deeney, Hythe, Kent, England, formerly West End, Buncrana

An tAthair Cathal Ó Gallchóir, Tyler, Minnesota / Gaoth Dobhair

Liam Collins, Letterkenny

The death was of Liam Collins, formerly of Ard O’Donnell and Rosemount, Letterkenny. He is sadly missed by his daughters Donna and Jacqui and their mother Bridie, his brothers Charlie and Martin, his sons-in-law Kevin and Shane, his grandchildren Cassie, Maisie, Sarah and Grace and all of his extended family.

Resting at his daughter Donna’s residence at 45, Glendale Manor, Glencar, Letterkenny, today Saturday November 5th 6-10pm and tomorrow Sunday November 6th 11am-10pm.

Funeral from there on Monday November 7, heading to St Eunan’s Cathedral for the 11am Requiem Mass which can be viewed online using the following link https://www.churchservices.tv/letterkenny followed by burial in Leck Cemetery.

Please have some family time the morning of the funeral. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to ICU Letterkenny University Hospital c/o Paschal Blake Funeral Director, Stoney Arch, New Line Road, Letterkenny.

Seamus Gallen, Lifford

Death occurred of Seamus Gallen, late of Albert Terrace, Lifford.

Beloved husband of the late Monica and brother of Eugene, Bebe, Ann and of the late Betty, Mary, George, Michael, Dessie, Gretta, Stan, Cecilia, Colum and Gertie.

Resting at his niece Fiona Robb’s home, 42 Clonleigh Park, Lifford on Saturday November 5 from 5pm.

Funeral leaving his niece’s home on Monday 7th November at 10.20am for Requiem Mass at St Patrick’s Church, Murlog, Lifford at 11am. Burial then in the adjoining cemetery.

Deeply missed by his grieving brother, sisters, nieces, nephews and entourage.

The Requiem Mass can be viewed live via the parish webcam

https://clonleighparisish.com/webcam-watch-live/

James (Jimbo) Downey, Erne Street, Ballyshannon

The death occurred of James known as Jimbo Downey, 8 Erne Street, Ballyshannon. Peacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Predeceased by his parents John (Jack) and Margaret Downey, and will be sadly missed by his siblings Danny (Céline), Noelle (Christopher RIP), Jack (Rosemary), Vivienne (Michael) Patricia (Paddy RIP) and Thomas, nieces and nephews and all extended family and friends. Private house please.
Resting at John McGee & Sons Funeral Home, Belleek Road., Ballyshannon, F94 ED21 today, Saturday from 5-8pm. Abduction on Sunday morning at St Patrick’s Church for the funeral mass at 11 a.m. with subsequent burial in the Abbey cemetery.
All inquiries to John McGee & Sons Funeral Home on (087) 2218483.

Mary Brigid Clancy, Kinlough, County Leitrim

The death occurred of Mary Brigid Clancy (née McGowan), Muckrim, Kinlough, Co.Leitrim.

Peacefully at North West Hospice, Sligo following a short illness, surrounded by her loving family. Predeceased by her parents, Joe and Mary Ann McGowan, her husband Patrick, her grandson Gabriel and her grandson David.

Unfortunately, his sons, John, Muckrim and Gerry (Mary), Tullaghan, his daughters, Bernie Gallagher (PJ), Ballintrillick and Kathleen Coyle (Patsy), Frosses, eleven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, parents, neighbors and his wide circle of friends.
Private house please. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to Ballyshannon Daycare.
May his sweet soul rest in peace. The body rests at Gilmartin Funeral Home on Saturday from 3 to 10 p.m.

Removal of the remains on Sunday morning to arrive at St. Aidan’s Church in Kinlough for the 11am funeral mass with subsequent burial in Conwell Cemetery. Mary Brigid’s funeral mass can be viewed on the Kinlough/Glenade Parish Facebook page. Covid protocols remain in place. Information from Gilmartin and Carty funeral services.

John L. McNulty Rathgar, Dublin/St Johnston

Death occurred of John L. McNulty Rathgar, Dublin/St Johnston,
Born in St Johnston, son of Tommy and Annie McNulty, he died suddenly but peacefully at his family home.
Loved and cherished by his wife Jenny (King), his four sons: Mark, Michael, Johnny and Tom, his young grandson Oscar and his siblings: Rosemary, Eunan (deceased), Brendan, Paul, Gabriel and Tracy. He will be greatly missed by all of the extended family and his wide circle of friends.
Rest at the family home on Saturday evening November 5 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
His funeral will take place on Monday November 7 at 10:30 a.m. at the Church of the Holy Cross in Dundrum. Interment then in Kilternan Cemetery Park.
Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, direct to Arthritis Ireland.
For those of you who cannot attend the funeral mass, it can be viewed at this link: https://www.dundrumparish.com/webcam/

Family flowers only. A donation box will be at the church on Monday morning.

Sean Meehan, Church Road, Killybegs

Death occurred from Sean Meehan, Church Road, Killybegs. He is sadly missed by his daughters Patricia, Catriona, Sandra and Orla, his sons-in-law Hugh, Martin, George and Damien, his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, his sister Kathleen, his brother Seamus, his nieces, his nephews parents and friends.
Rest at home until 10 p.m. today, Saturday, November 5. Pick up on Sunday morning 6th November at 10.30am from St Mary of the Visitation Church, Killybegs for the funeral mass at 11am. Burial afterwards in the local cemetery. The Mass will be broadcast live on www.mcnmedia.tv
Private house the morning of the funeral, please.

Frank McGinley, Falgarrow, Cloghan

The death took place in Luton, England, of Frank Daniel McGinley, Falgarrow, Cloghan. He was predeceased by his son Donal (Donny), his brothers Paddy, Danny and James and his sister Susan.

Deeply missed and missed by his beloved wife Brigid, daughter Anne, son Michael and daughter-in-law, Aishling, brother John, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
He rests at his home in Falgarrow with Requiem Mass at 1pm on Sunday 6 November in the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Glenfin, with subsequent interment in Kilteevogue Cemetery. The funeral mass is visible on:
https://www.mcnmedia.tv/cameras/our-lady-of-perpetual-succour-glenfin
Rosary both evenings at 9 p.m. Family time from after the Rosary until 11 a.m. and the morning of the funeral. Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to cancer research, c/o any family member.

John Anthony Barr, Ballybrack, Moville

The death took place at his home in John Anthony Barr, Ballybrack, Moville, F93 C2D3.
Beloved husband of Kathleen, beloved father of Mary and PJ, deeply missed and missed by son-in-law, Joe, daughter-in-law, Sharon, grandchildren, Anna, Julie, Grace, Jim, Maya, Aoibheann and Eoghan, and his wide circle of family and friends.
Funeral service at his home on Sunday 6th November at 11.30am for the 12pm funeral mass in St Mary’s Church, Ballybrack followed by interment in the adjoining cemetery.
Family time please from 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. and the morning of the funeral.
Family flowers only. If you wish, donate to the Irish Wheelchair Association c/o any family member.

Jim Deeney, Hythe, Kent, England, formerly West End, Buncrana

Death occurred from Jim Deeney, Hythe, Kent, England, formerly West End, Buncrana. The funeral will take place in England at a later date.

An tAthair Cathal Ó Gallchóir, Tyler, Minnesota / Gaoth Dobhair

The sudden death of a tAthair Cathal Ó Gallchóir at his home in Tyler, Minnesota on Sunday, October 30. He is survived by his seven brothers and two sisters, as well as their families.
Predeceased by his parents Johnny Sheáin, and Mary, his sisters Méabha and Máiréad, his nieces Sinéad and Fionnuala and his brother-in-law Pat Munnelly.
He will be sadly missed by his many friends in Ireland, Japan and the United States, especially his colleague and dear friend, Father Jim Callahan (Worthington, Minnesota).
Arrangements for his funeral at Gaoth Dobhair will follow.

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