Death Notices

Daniel Megahey

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The death has occurred of

Daniel Megahey
Ardmore Road, Highfield Park, Galway City, Galway
Predeceased by his grandparents Michael and Margaret Gleeson and Martin and Maureen Megahey.

It is with deep sadness that Daniel’s family share the news of his death on 12 September, in the loving care of the Galway Hospice surrounded by his family. Deeply loved and mourned by his heartbroken parents, Adrian and Kathryn and sister Georgia, his aunts and uncles Judy, Annemarie and Michael Gleeson, Clifford, Paul, Elaine and Jackie Megahey, his cousins Grace, Lillian, Eva, Tess, Jack, Tom, Hannah, Sam, John and Ruth, relatives and all his wonderful friends.

 

Daniel will repose at the O’Flaherty Funeral Parlour, Munster Avenue (H91V1K8) on Friday, 15 September, from 5.30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Family and friends will gather again on Saturday, 16 September, at St. Ignatius (Jesuit) Church, Sea Road for Requiem Mass at 11 a.m. to celebrate and to pray for Daniel. Following Mass he will be laid to rest in Rahoon Cemetery.

 

He shone so brightly and brought us so much joy

And he will be so sadly missed.

 

Live Streaming of the Mass is not provided by this Church.

 

No Flowers Please. Memorial donations, if desired, to the Galway Hospice.

 

Book of Condolence: If you would like to leave a message of sympathy for the family please find the public online book of condolence below. Thank you for your thoughtfulness at this time.

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  1. Hello,

    I am Marina, a erasmus friend of Daniel from Spain.

    This might be a bit late, but I have just been in Moher Cliffs and I have been told how much Daniel loved this place.

    I just wanted to tell Daniels’ family how special his son was (even if they are already more than sure about that).

    Daniel made our experience in Bordeaux better than what it would have been without him for sure. I am sure that his past experiences made him enjoy every little moment more that the rest of us, and even if we did not know about his past, he helped us see what a special and amazing moment we were living everyday.

    I will always remember him with a big smile and with a polite and friendly attitude towarda everyone (and probably with a beer cheering).

    He for sure loved his family more than anything. I remember him buying you all christmas presents and talking about what each of you would like most. He was just the sweetest.

    Even if it is probably the hardest thing to understand in life, I hope that religion has helped you through this process.

    Lots of love