February 23, 2024

REST IN PEACE: Kilkenny Death Notices

Eleanor BROPHY (née Phelan)
Riverside Drive/Patrick St, Kilkenny City

Eleanor Brophy (nee Phelan), Riverside Drive, Bishops Meadows & formerly of Patrick St., Kilkenny.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Eleanor Brophy (nee Phelan) who passed away on 19th February 2021, peacefully, in the wonderful care of the staff at Archersrath Nursing Home. She will be sadly missed by her husband John, daughter Margaret, granddaughter Anna, nieces and nephews.

In accordance with current Government/H.S.E. guidelines and in the interest of Public Health and the safety of our most vulnerable, a private family funeral will take place for Eleanor (max of 10 people). For those unable to attend due to restrictions, you may view the Requiem Mass online at 11am on Monday (22nd Feb) at the following link www.stpatricksparishkilkenny.com

House private please.

Family flowers only. Donations, if desired to the Alzheimers Society.

Those wishing to leave a message of condolence for Eleanor’s family can do so here.

Eleanor’s family would like to thank everybody for their support and understanding in these difficult days.

May Eleanor Rest in Peace

6 New Houses, Callan Road, Kilmanagh

Jackie Hanley, 6 New Houses, Callan Road, Kilmanagh, Co. Kilkenny. (Ex Irish Defence Forces)

Unexpectedly, at his home on Friday, 19th February, 2021. Predeceased by his sister Nellie and his grandson Christopher John. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his loving family, his wife Breda, daughters Margaret, Ellen and Brigid, grandchildren Mikaela, Érin, Jack, Sarah and Matthew, son-in-law Kevin, sisters Delia, Maura and Ina, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends.

Due to the current Level 5, HSE and Government restrictions, Jackie’s Funeral will take place privately (for 10 family members only). There will be an opportunity for the community to support the family and remember Jackie by being present, socially distanced, on Sunday morning (21st February), en route from Molloy’s Funeral Home, Callan to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Kilmanagh for Requiem Mass at 11am. Burial will take place afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Ballykeeffe.

The Requiem Mass can be viewed through the following link: https://youtu.be/PW6GUnKPHYo

Please use the online condolence page here as an option to offer your sympathies. The family would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their understanding and support at this difficult time. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

May Jackie Rest in Peace

Bigwood, Mullinavat/Glenmore, Kilkenny/Waterford City

Mary Power (nee Phelan) Bigwood , Mullinavat, Co. Kilkenny and late of Waterford Stanley who died on 19th February 2021.

Peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family, predeceased by her husband Pascal (Hank), parents John and Anastasia, brother John, sister Kathleen (Foskin), son-in-law Derek. Mary will be sadly missed by her sons Kenneth, Jason, Gavin and Denis, daughters Valerie (Atkins), Lorna (Power Roche), Audrey and Rachel (Cunningham), sons-in-law Gary, Paul and Chris, daughters-in-law Deirdre, Shelley, Monica and Elaine, her 14 adoring grandchildren Conall, Ben, Jake, Megan, Sam, Calum, Conor, Abbie, Aoibheann, Elara, Doireann, Sean, Cael and Jaxon, brothers Mike, Denis, Seamus and Thomas, sisters Nora (Kennedy), Bridget (Power), Eileen (Aylward), Anna (Roche) and Josie (Phelan), brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, family, neighbours and friends.

Mary’s removal will take place on Sunday, 21st February, walking from her home at 11.10am to Saint Paul’s Church, Bigwood, arriving for Requiem Mass at 11.30am followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.

To view Mary’s Mass, please click link below at 11.20am

Due to H.S.E. guidelines the funeral Mass and burial will be private to the immediate family and close friends. (10 people in Church) We suggest using the online condolence page here as an option to offer your sympathies. Thank you for your co-operation and consideration at this difficult time.


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