Dominic Curtin (EI9JS),

Derrynabrook, Cloontia, Co. Sligo and formerly of Killaraght, Boyle, Co. Roscommon - after a long term illness in the loving care of the North West Hospice, Sligo on the 6th of October 2020.


Dominic will be fondly remembered for his deep involvement with the Mayo Radio Experimenters Network and his presence at the rallies near and far. Dominic will be greatly missed by his loving family, relatives and his great friends R.I.P.
Dominic's remains will be arriving to St. Colman’s  Church, Derrinacartha on Tuesday, 13th October for Mass at 11 o’clock with burial afterwards in the Church of Ireland Cemetery, Green Street, Boyle.

Due to Government restrictions Funeral Mass is limited to Maximum of 25 people.

Dominic's Funeral Mass will be live streamed from 10.45am by logging on to Higgins and Sons Facebook page.

Any further enquiries to Higgins and Sons Funeral Directors, Boyle and Ballinameen. Telephone 086-2328291

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Anonymous
My deepest condolences to Dominic s family brother and cousins Jimmy Kelly
St. Colman's National School
Sincere sympathy on the death of Dominic from the pupils and staff of St. Colman's N.S., Derrinabroc
Peter Green EI2IU
Condolences to Dominics family and friends
Sadly missed from the bands and true kind and great friend for which we shared many happy times 73 Dominic EI9JS de EI2IU Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam Slán Abhaile

Adrian Healy
My sincere condolences to Dominic's family and to all in the amateur radio community both near and far at this difficult time. Rest in peace Dominic, de Adrian EI2HAB.

John Walsh
Sincere condolences to family, neighbors and friends on Dominic's untimely passing. He was an anchor member of the Mayo Radio Experimenters Network and a good friend, always willing to lend a hand and offer his vast knowledge & advice on all radio related matters. Dominic you will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend, de John EI5GHB.
Padraig, Patsey & family Baynes
I wish to offer my sincere condolences to Dominic’s brother Donal & their families, his cousins and all his many friends especially those in the Amateur Radio world. May he Rest In Peace. Dominic was a valued member of the Mayo Radio Experimenters club and will be greatly missed off all the Amateur Bands as he was used as a beacon for propagation on the west coast of Europe. I will miss his presence greatly taking part in contests, special events, activations and mostly traveling to all the Radio Rallies throughout the country. He was very generous with advice and his expertise was sought by many! in our club and beyond. He will leave a big void in Amateur Radio in the West of Ireland. Sadly he is another Silent Key of our club.
Sleep well good friend until we meet again.
De Padraic EI9JA