Joseph (Joe) Newton,

The Fairways, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon and late of Sandyford Dublin and Horsforth, Leeds (28th January 2021) - peacefully in the loving care of the nurses and staff at Sonas Nursing Home, Cloverhill.

Predeceased by his sisters Dorothy and Connie. 

Much devoted husband and sadly missed by his wife Flo, nieces and nephews Marianne and Gabriel, Andrew, Sheila and Ann, Derek and John, extended family, wonderful neighbours, members of Castlerea Golf Club and a great circle of friends.

May His Gentle Soul Rest In Peace. 

Due to Government guidelines regarding public gatherings and to protect the most vulnerable in our community a private family funeral will take place.

Joe's funeral cortege will leave Gaynor's Funeral Home, The Square at 10.30am on Tuesday morning (2nd February) to arrive at St. Patrick's Church, Castlerea for Mass of the Resurrection at 11am.

Burial afterwards in St. Joseph's Cemetery.

Joe's funeral Mass will be live-streamed via Gaynor Funeral Directors Facebook page. 

Pat McLaughlin
May Joe Rest In Peace, sincere sympathies to his wife Florence.
Padraig Casey
Rest In Peace Joe.
Michael & madeline nolan (ballyhaunis)
Condolences to flo and extended family . May joe rest in peace .golf partner in Castlerea for many years .
Ignatius and Gaye Hayden
A true gentleman may he rest in peace
Erika Grealis Sweeney
Sincere sympathy to Flo and family a pure gentleman
Michael Flynn
RIP Joe,a very kind and gentle man, from one Honda lover to another
Anne & Paul Connaughton
Sincere sympathy to Flo rest in peace Joe kind and gentle soul
Mary Leonard Kilkelly.
Sincere sympathy to Flo and extended family on death of Joe rip.
He was such a kind and caring gentleman.

Madeline o Donnell castlehill
Condolences to Joe's wife and family RIP he took good care of the cat's in knock
Deeply saddened by the passing of Joe. The loveliest gentleman you could meet. Thinking of Flo and the Newton family.
The birds will miss you Joe rest in peace
Grainne Kelly-Frayne Knock
Deepest sympathy to Flo and all the Newton family on the passing of Joe R.I.P, we knew him very well here in Knockshrine on his daily visits to feed his lovely cats and birds , he was a very kind gentleman may his gentle soul rest in peace