Mary Tynan nee Cassidy
An Sruthan, Turlough Road, Castlebar and formerly of Killagally, Belmont, Co. Offaly - peacefully at Mayo University Hospital.
Mary only daughter of the late James and Maureen, will be sadly missed by her heartbroken son Stuart, her daughter Katie and their father Robert; her brothers Frank (Canada) and Tony (Belmont); her mother-in-law Midie (Leenane); Stuart's partner Emma and Katie's partner Katlyn; sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, friends and neighbours.
Mary, who was aged 68 years was an active member of her community. She was involved in many charitable organisations. She was the chairperson of Castlebar Women's Shed and An Sruthan Residents Association. Mary was a volunteer with the Castlebar branch of the St. Vincent de Paul Association and was also very involved with the local Meals on Wheels service. She will be greatly missed by all those she helped with her voluntary work and those she met along the way.
May Her Gentle Soul Have Eternal Peace
Removal will take place from her home on Sunday, 15th at 11.45 am to the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar for Funeral Mass at 12.30pm.
Mary will be buried with her parents in the family plot in High Street Cemetery, Belmont, Co. Offaly (via Ferbane) arriving at 3.45pm approximately.
House strictly private please.
Mass can be viewed on castlebarparish.ie
Family flowers only. Donations in lieu if desired to Mayo Roscommon Hospice c/o Kilcoyne Funeral Directors, Thomas Street, Castlebar.
All enquiries to the Kilcoyne Funeral Home, Castlebar on 087 2648869.
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