Deaths in Limerick - November 20, 2017

Deaths in Limerick - November 20, 2017

The death has occurred of Thomas (Bomber) Hehir,  28 Assumpta Park, Limerick city, away at Cork University Hospital. 

Deeply regretted by his loving wife Sandra, children Warren and Tori & their partners Victoria & Ian, grandchildren Brooke, small Warren & Thomas-John, sisters, extended family and his many friends.

Reposing at home on Friday from 5pm. Removal at 7pm to St. Mary’s Church, Athlunkard Street. Funeral on Saturday after 12 noon Mass to Shannon Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations if desired to Irish Heart Foundation.

The death has occurred of Robert (Bob) Nesbitt, Lanahrone Avenue, Corbally and Belfast, Antrim, Past President of UL Bohemian RFC and Limerick Shannon Rotary Club, peacefully at Milford Care Centre.

Beloved husband of Mary, dearest father of Geraldine, Eamonn, Ciaran and Aideen and adored grandad to Eoin Jennifer, Clodagh and Aisling. Deeply regretted by his brothers Seamus, John and Gerry, sisters Betty, Briege, Marie and Kath, son-in-law Krzysztof, daughter-in-law Esther, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and his many friends. Pre-deceased by his brothers Paddy & Paul and sister Rose.

Reposing at Griffin’s Funeral Home on Wednesday from 5pm. Removal at 6.30pm to St. Mary’s Church, Athlunkard Street. Funeral on Thursday after 11am Mass to Shannon Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to Milford Hospice.

The death has occurred of Harry Rooney, Glasgow Park, Roxboro Road, Limerick city, late of Hyde Road, Prospect and Weston Villa F.C, suddenly.

Son of the late Michael. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Doreen, sons Stephen & Joe, daughter Eleanor, daughter-in-law Sinead, grandchildren Emily & Holly, mother Liz, brothers, sisters, other relatives & friends.

Reposing at Cross' Funeral Home, Gerald Griffin Street, Thursday from 5.30pm followed by removal at 7pm to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Janesboro. Requiem Mass, Friday at 11am with funeral afterwards to Mount St. Oliver Cemetery.