Dooleague, Islandeady, Castlebar - peacefully at this beloved home after a long illness bravely fought, surrounded by his adoring family on Tuesday 25thAugust 2020.
He will be forever missed by his devoted and heartbroken wife Nora, his children John, Alan, Sinead, Barry, Niamh and Siobhan, his brother Frank, his grandchildren; Aoife, Saoirse, Roisin, Aoibheann, Oisin, Patrick, Michaela, Paul, Ava, Hannah, Thomas, Emmet, Rhys, Luke, Amelie and Lucy, his sons-in-law Mick, Eric and Martin, his daughters-in-law Rosemarie, Aedin and Margaret, nieces, nephews, extended family and his many friends especially those in the GAA.
Reposing at his home on Wednesday 26th August for family and close friends only please.
Funeral cortege will leave his home on Thursday 27th August at 2.15 to arrive to St. Patrick's Church, Islandeady for Mass of the Resurrection at 3 o'clock with burial afterwards in Islandeady Cemetery.
Due to HSE guidelines for Covid-19 Tommie’s Funeral Mass will be confined to family and close friends.
Your co-operation is greatly appreciated by the O’Brien family at this difficult time.
Family flowers only. Donations if desired to The Parkinson’s Association or Mayo/ Roscommon Hospice c/o Moran & Sons Funeral Directors.
A sincere and grateful thank you to all those who cared for Tommie in his final days especially Dr. Joe Loftus, his dedicated carer and great friend Ann Roche, district nurse Rosemarie, and the amazing palliative care nurses; Siobhan, Conor and Miriam.
Anyone wishing to offer their sympathies to the family can leave a message by clicking on the “Condolences” link below.
All enquiries to Thomas Moran and Sons Funeral Home, Linenhall Street, Castlebar 0872364598
May Tommie’s gentle and kind soul rest in peace