Death Notices

Mary Griffin nee Folan

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Belmont, Renmore, Galway formerly of St. Finbarr’s Terrace, Bohermore.

Peacefully at her home. Predeceased by her infant son Michael and beloved wife of the Late Eamonn. Will be sadly missed by her daughter Margo, son Anthony, daughter-in-law Dominica, grandchildren Shauna, Molly, Kelly and Keane, brothers Mick and Martin, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, her neighbours in Bohermore and a wide circle of friends.

 

May Her Kind and Gentle Soul Rest In Peace.

 

Reposing in Irwin’s Funeral Home, Bóthar Irwin (H91 CK84), on Tuesday the 2nd of January from 5pm. Private removal at 6:30pm to her home. Mary’s Requiem Mass will take place in St. Patrick’s Church, Forster Street on Wednesday the 3rd of January, at 11am. Funeral afterwards to The New Cemetery, Bohermore.

 

Family flowers only, donations if desired to Our Lady’s Boys Club (camp): IBAN IEAIBK93722331958014

 

Book of Condolence: For those of you who would have like to attend the funeral but are unable to do so, are invited to leave a personal message in the condolence section below. Mary’s family would like to thank you for the kindness and support which has been shown to them, at this very sad time.

 

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Condolences

  1. I would like to leave my condolences to Mary’s family, especially her Daughter Margo. My name is John Gaffney and when I was a teenager I worked in the Sacre Coeur Hotel in Salthill for many years. Mary Griffin was my and all of the staffs favourite of the casual waitress. We all used to beg for Mary as she was so lovely and kind to all of us. I used to call her my work mom. She was always in a good mood and loved to joke around with us kids and she always looked out for me especially, which I never forgot. Her daughter Margo was also a casual waitress from time to time and was also a lovely and kind person just like her mother. When ever I think about the Sacre Coeur and my years there I always think of the many people that I worked with and I always started with my favourite, my Mary Griffin. She was a special lady and my thoughts are with her and her family and loved ones which I’m sure are many. Farewell my favourite x