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Patsy O’Hagan, a man of many talents, sadly passed away early on Sunday morning, March 21st last, leaving behind a record of a lifetime of immense achievements both on and off the football pitch. His death removes from the GAA community one of the most respected and influential figures in football performance and influence. Although… Read more »

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Quinn (née Flaherty), School Road, Caranmore, Oranmore, Co. Galway—January 11, 2010 (suddenly), at her residence. Bridgie, deeply regretted by her broken hearted husband Barry, her adored children Edward, Lourena and Shane, sisters Julia, Marie and Sally, brothers William and Michael Paul and his partner Aine, niece, nephews, mother-in-law and father-in-law Maureen and Malachy, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law,… Read more »

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Michael Brennan, (Cloon, Claregalway, Co.Galway)—January 9th, 2010 (suddenly). Michael, (MVB MRCVS), beloved husband of Christa, sadly missed by his wife, daughters Suzanne, Lorraine and Stefanie, brother Arthur, sister-in-law Brigitte, brother-in-law Franz, mother-in-law Theresia, son-in-law Colin, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours, friends, work colleagues and clients. Reposing at his home in Cloon from 3pm until 8pm tomorrow… Read more »

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Cormican, Patrick (Pete), Claregalway, Co. Galway—December 31st 2009, peacefully. Beloved husband of Angela and dearest Dad to Helen, Fiona, Susan and David and grandfather to Stacey (deceased) and Daisy; sadly missed by his adoring family, sisters, brother, sons-in-law, nieces, nephews, many friends and colleagues. Reposing at Claregalway Mortuary tomorrow (Sunday) from 4pm. Removal at 6pm… Read more »

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Feeney, (nee Greaney), Mullacuttra, Claregalway, December 31st 2009, peacefully, at University College Hospital, Galway, Mary (Babbie), beloved wife of  Peter and dear mother of  Bernie, John, Marie and Tim; sadly missed by her husband and family, grandchildren, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and a wide circle of  friends. Reposing at… Read more »

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We were all saddened at the sudden and unexpected death of former Bishop James McLoughlin on Friday 25 th November 2005 at the The Galway Clinic. Bishop James was a very humble man with a beautiful countenance. When he smiled, you smiled back. We all have memories and photos of our children’s confirmation. He spoke… Read more »

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The Late John O’ Connell, Cloonbiggen, Claregalway John O’Connell’s untimely death before Christmas at the age of fifty years of age comes at a great loss not just to his family but to the many people who worked with him in his life long commitment to vindicating the essential humanity of those marginalised and discriminated… Read more »

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16th February 1920–15th January 1999 Claregalway , Carnmore and surrounding areas were saddened at the death of Canon Gerard Callanan , who died after a short illness. Canon Callanan served the parish of Claregalway and Carnmore for twenty-eight years. He was instrumental in the provision of our lovely Church – the Church of the Assumption… Read more »

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The month of October saw the passing of a great hurling supporter, loyal follower of Carnmore Hurling Club and a good friend and neighbour. There are many people who knew Padraic all his life and knew him better than I. They would love to pay tribute to his life, to his kindness, to his sense… Read more »