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Cork City, Cork

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Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Thinking of you at this very difficulty time.
— Triona & Alan Carroll
Arlene, Shane, Layla and Sadie,

Am so sorry to hear about the loss of your beautiful mum.

She was always so friendly when I used to meet her in Janeville and Agnes was always so proud of her granddaughters.

I remember meeting Agnes just before Sadie was born and she was so excited about the new arrival.

May your Mum rest in peace. ❤️
— Paula and Terence Courtney, Janeville
Our most heartfelt condolences to Agnes’ family, friends, and colleagues. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

Her charismatic spirit was so unique and brought light and sunshine to all of us. We’re delighted to have known her.

It was such a joy whenever we stepped into Nano Nagle and she was there to welcome us. Needless to say, she will always be in our hearts and minds. What a wonderful person! And what a huge loss. Thanks for all the memories, Agnes, we will treasure them forever.
— Karla and Tilman
I only just learned of Agnes passing. To all the family, I offer my deepest condolences. We alway stopped for the chats. And Agnes always had a great smile and a great way about her. Hope you are all doing okay in the circumstances. Rest peacefully Agnes.
— Don Canny Jnr
My deepest sympathies to Agnes family and colleagues in Nano Nagle. She was such a lovely, warm person. She will be greatly missed. RIP
— Niamh Twomey, Heritage Officer CCC
I am shocked and so deeply saddened to think we wont get to see Agnes again when we go to Nano Nagle.
She had the most BEAUTIFUL , generous, loving spirit and was just so GIVING in her nature. She spoke so lovingly about her Grandchildren and daughter and was so kind to my son (Josh). She was the reason we visited Nano Nagle so much on the weekend.
Saddened to think she wouldn't have received the small token&card we left for her at Christmas time to tell her that we as a family appreciated her so much.
Sending our heartfelt condolences to her wonderful family. I have no doubt that Agnes touched so many peoples lives in the most positive way throughout her lifetime. Her beauty will live on. Rest in peace.
— Yvonne, Josh& Trevor
Arlene, Marguerite and all of Agnes Marie's extended family. I am so sad that Agnes Marie has passed. She was a huge part of my childhood and teenage years as we first met In primary school. I treasure so many memories of our times but my favourite memory of Agnes Marie is a very simple one. She had a single of a song called Stay by Jackson Brown, this in a different time before music was so accessible, and she lent it to me so I could tape it!! Every time I hear that song I am reminded of Agnes Marie and her gentleness and kindness. Agnes Marie, I wish you could have stayed, just a little bit longer. May your so gentle soul rest peacefully.

Rosarie O'Sullivan
— Rose Brazil
Heartfelt condolences to Arlene, Marguerite & the extended O' Sullivan families on Agnes' passing.Our paths first crossed 30 years ago and my strongest memory of Agnes is of her deep,abiding love for you Arlene. Agnes was an exceptional woman who radiated warmth, kindness and compassion. Her generosity of spirit and enthusiasm for life enriched the lives of all who met her. Thinking of you at this sad time as your navigate this new chapter without your adoring Mum.
Ar dheis Dè go raibh a h-anam.
— Brìd Kelleher c/o TGNS
Arlene, I am so sorry to hear the news of your mother Agnes passing. My thoughts are with you and the girls. Thinking of you during this difficult time xx
— Beth Ormond, Beaumont gns
My sincere condolences to Arlene, Shane , Laila,Sadie n all the OSullivan family on the passing of Agnes,may she rest in peace
— Kathleen n Tadhg Twomey, Kelt Hair Designes
Deepest condolences to Arlene, Shane and the extended family. May Agnes rest in peace.
— Gavin Hood
My deepest condolences on Agnes' passing. It is a shock to hear. I'm a former colleague from the Triskel and only saw her at the Winter warmer poetry festival last November. Such sad news <3
— Sue Fiessler
My deepest sympathy to Arlene and all the O'Sullivan family on the very sad passing of Agnes. I have the fondest memories of Agnes when I worked in Golden Discs as a young teenager. She was expecting Arlene at the time and simply glowed and was such a lovely person. RIP Agnes x
— Orla Comerford- Bishopstown
My sincere sympathy to Mortimer and the O’Sullivan family on the sad passing of Agnes. A very nice lady and always good for a chat. My thoughts and prayers are with ye at this sad time. May Agnes rest in peace.
— Liz Joyce,s Court, White street
I first met Agnes in the Triskel cinema more than 10 years ago, and from then on she greeted me like a friend. I loved chatting with her in Nano Nagle Place, and greatly appreciated her kindheartedness and warmth - a true ray of sunshine. So saddened to hear of her loss. Thinking of those closest to her at this time ~ Caitríona x
— Caitríona Walsh
So sorry to hear of Agnes passing, I used to meet her on Saturday evenings when i visited Nano Nagle Place, Agnes always had a welcome smile, and we had many a batter about Liverpool and Chelsea ( my team )
It will never be the same again when I visit Nano Nagle Place, but will add Agnes to my prayers whenever I will go there. RIP
— Tony Ryan
Belated condolences to the O'Sullivan families on the sad passing of Agnes. What a beautiful force of nature - a lady to the fingertips. It was a joy to visit the Nano Nagle Centre when she was there. It simply won't be the same without her. May the light of Heaven shine brightly on her soul.
— Charlie Neville
Micheal my sincere condolences to you and your family on the passing of your sister Agnes. May her gentle soul rest in peacr.
— Suzanne Buckley UCC
My sincere condolences to Arlene and the extended O Sullivan family on the sad death of lovely Agnes. My sisters and myself knew her from the Nano Nagle shop and she was such a warm and kind lady. She had such a lovely nature. MAY AGNES REST IN PEACE.🙏
— Kathryn O Flynn, Maria Horgan and Frances Sloane.
I was very saddened to hear of the death of Agnes.My deepest sympathy to Arlene and the extended O Sullivan family. I got to know Agnes visiting the Nano Nagle centre when it opened first. She had a lovely engaging presence and warmth, a very genuine person. She will be truly missed. RIP Agnes. 🙏
— Angie Shanahan. Cork
Happy memories of Agnes when we were at school. Missed the opportunity to catch up with her when I was last at home. Condolences to her daughter and family.
— Maeve o’shaughnessy
Truly saddened by the news of Agnes's passing. Sincere condolences to her beloved Arlene and family and to all of the O'Sullivans on the loss of such a beautiful soul.
I have very fond memories of Agnes from when I was a child growing up in the Acre to more recently just bumping into one another.
l'll always remember, when I was about Ten years of age, Agnes told me; given the choice, she would have liked to have be named Dawn. When I asked as to why? she said; 'Dawn is the most wonderful time, its a new day and anything is possible'. Advice that has aged well over the years although I had no idea at the time.

RIP Agnes, X
— Kevin john O'Riordan
Our deepest condolences to All the O Sullivan family on the sad loss of your beloved Agnes, she had a smile and personality. that brightened up those lucky enough meet her. ,,may her gentle soul rest in peace,

John + Margaret Hartigan
— John Hartigan
Our sincere sympathy to all the OSullivan family on the passing of an amazing Mum, sister, aunt & grand mother. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. May Agnes rest in peace.
— Willie & Norma Beechinor
Deepest condolences to Arlene and the O’Sullivan family.Agnes will be missed dearly.May she rest in peace.
— Jessica Geaney
A lady who will be missed so much. Condolences to the family
— Tricia O'Riordan lantern
Dear Arlene & the O’Sullivan family,

My deepest condolences on the loss of your dear Agnes. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

The funeral service was just beautiful - a real celebration of Agnes’ life.

While I only moved back to Cork four years ago - I was truly “lucky” to get to meet Agnes - through Michael. I did really laugh when Arlene mentioned Agnes’ “sales skills”. I brought 3 friends from Dublin to the Nano Nagle shop at the end of Nov ‘23 and I think we left with about 10 handbags … and numerous other items.

Agnes was special … and I was just lucky to have a little “piece of Agnes” in my life.

Kindest regards.
Alicia. 🙏🏻💕
— Alicia O’Neill (UCC Academy)
Sincere condolences to Mortimer Phillip Laurence and all the Sullivan family on the loss of your sister Agnes
May she Rest In Peace

Brian fielding
— Brian Fielding
Meeting Agnes at Nano Nagle Place was always a joy. As soon as we arrived she welcomed us and gathered us in. May her memory continue to be a blessing to her loving family, her friends, and her colleagues at Nano Nagle.
Our deepest sympathy.
— Elli, Clodagh, Donn, Andrew, Ita
Deepest condolences to Arlene, Shane and family.
May she rest in peace.
Seamus and Norita Fives
— Seamus Fives
Condolences to Arlene, Michael and Family,

I first met Agnes in Nano Nagle where she gave my daughter and I the most wonderful tour. My daughter Aoife was doing a School Cork Heritage project on Nano Nagle and Agnes was only too delighted to help her with the information she needed. At the start of the tour Agnes and I made a few connections! – that I worked with her wonderful brother Michael and that her daughter thought at my daughter’s school!

My daughters Cork Heritage Project went on to win and I am so grateful that we went back to visit Agnes in Nano Nagle Place a few months later to share the good news with her, I took a lovely photo of them - both looking very proud. She was truly a special lady and left such a positive impression on us. My sincere sympathies to all the family at her loss.
— Shauna Crowley
I met Agnes for the first time last Sept when I brought a group of European colleagues for a tour of NNP. It was a highlight of their visit to Cork. I was back again in December with another group of colleagues. Agnes was so warm and engaging on both visits, and radiated warmth and kindness. I am so sorry to hear of her passing - she touched so many lives. My sincere sympathy to her family and friends.
— Adrienne Harrington
To Arlene and family. Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved Agnes, She was always free with a warm smile, a hello and a chat when we would meet. She will be missed. Andrew and Bill.
— Andrew Twomey
My deepest sympathies and condolences to Arlene and all your family on the passing of your mum, Agnes. I first met Agnes in Golden Discs and she was a wonderfully warm and engaging person, freely giving of her time to help, or just have a conversation - and opinion - which was always excellent, and welcome. We struck up a lovely friendship. Then when I met her in Nano Nagle Place we reconnected like it was yesterday. So sad for your loss. You’ll be in my thoughts and prayers. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam. John.
— John McSweeney
Our sincere sympathy to Arlene, Marguerìte and the extended family on the death of your beloved Agnes.
May her gentle soul rest in peace.
— John and Joan Crowley, Rylane.
So saddened to hear of Agnes passing so young.
Many happy days we had in the Acre with all the
O’Sullivan Family. Great neighbours and friends.
May she R.I.P.
— Anna and Liam Maher(and the girls)
My sincere condolences to the O’Sullivan family on the sad loss of Agnes. Many happy memories growing up in The Acre with the O’Sullivan’s and she’d play / give us records from Golden Disks.
Thinking of you all at this sad time.
— Anne-Marie Maher (The Acre)
Agnes was a beautiful, loving soul. I always looked forward to seeing her when I visited Nano Nagle. I hadn't seen her there recently--the place will not be the same without her. Condolences to the family on this terrible loss.
— Maureen O’Connor
It was with great sadness that we heard about Agnes,she was such a lovely lady, very happy memories of her and all the O Sullivan family as we were growing up, heartfelt sympathy to Arlene and all the O Sullivan family, keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers at this time, Margo & Karen Flanagan
— Margo Mcenery
Sincere condolences to Arlene and all the O Sullivan family on the very sad loss of Agnes,we were very sorry to hear it, she was always such a lovely girl!May she rest in peace. Pat and Kathleen Flanagan Charles Daly Rd
— Margo Mcenery
So very sorry to hear of Agnes passing. Agnes was such a lovely person, always smiling and always a pleasure to meet. Sincere sympathy to Arlene and The O'Sullivan family.
— Martin and Mary Casey
I’m so sorry to hear that Agnes has left us. I first met her at Triskel Arts Centre and more recently at Nano Nagle Place. She was always welcoming, caring and quite an attentive and helpful person. I’m a little lost for words that do justice to how delightful to meet her over the years.
— Harry Moore
Condolences to the O’Sullivan family’ on Agnes’s passing,,, prayers offered from Us’ ( Agnes was a Lady’ like her Mother before Her🌹) May god bless Her 🙏🏼,, R.i.P ♥️.
— Ger Keane’ Marieville
Deepest condolences to all the family xxx
— Carol & Deborah
Deepest condolences to the O Sullivan family on the passing of your dear sister Agnes,Rip.
— David Buckle
Deepest condolences to Arlene and your family and all the oSullivan family on the sad loss of beautiful gentle Agnes may she rest in peace ,
— Michael&Antoinette Nevin, Carlow.
Our Deepest Condolences to Arlene, Shane and girls, and all of the O’Sullivan family, on the death of Agnes.
May she R.I.P
— Adrian & Carol O’Brien & Family
So sorry for yer loss.. RIP
— Audrey mullins
Dear Arlene and family, I was so shocked and saddened to hear about the death of your lovely Agnes. She was a wonderful person, warm, loving, kind and great fun. We had a great time working together in Golden Discs on Patrick Street in the 1980's and our friendship continued outside of work too. I'm so sorry that I didn't get to the funeral home in time for the removal but I did get to the church and was able to spend some time there with her in the Nano Nagle chapel, it was lovely and peaceful. Love to you all. Lorayne Duggan
— Lorayne Duggan, Cork and London
Very shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of Agnes. She was a beautiful woman with a beautiful soul. May she rest in peace xx
— Shirley O Driscoll
My deepest sympathies to Agnes’ family and friends on their sad loss. Agnes was a wonderfully kind and warm person, who radiated such light and love.

I always looked forward to chatting with her on my trips to NNP and the great hugs she would give to welcome us each time.

Rest easy Agnes, you will be missed and never forgotten x
— Emma Spicer
My sincere condolences to Arlene and all the O’Sullivan family. Agnes was a great person and always showed kindness to everyone she met.

RIP Agnes
Melanie Slowey
— Melanie Slowey
Sincere condolences to Arlene and all the family on the death of dear Agnes we became friends while in the mercy hospital a gentle and wonderful lady may Agnes rest in eternal peace Mary hickey and family 🙏
— Mary hickey
I was so sorry to hear of Agnes' passing, such a shock to all who knew and loved her. I feel so blessed to have known and worked alongside Agnes during my time in Nano Nagle Place. She brought a smile to the face of everyone she met and she will be sorely missed in the community. My deepest condolences to her family.
— Sorcha O'Brien
Sincere condolences to the family of Agnes. Agnes had such a wonderful warmth, openness and had a great spirit.
Solas na bhFlaitheas go bhfeice sí agus ceol na n-aingeal go gcloise sí.
— Therese Long
I am deeply saddened by the news of Agnes’s death. My heartfelt sympathy to you, Arlene, Shane, Laila and Sadie and all family members, friends and work colleagues who are broken hearted by her untimely passing. May her precious soul Rest peacefully in the arms of the God she served so well.
Agnes was a beautiful woman with a huge heart that radiated love, and goodness and compassion. She loved people and loved her ministry in Nano Nagle Place. She was deeply committed to sharing the story of Nano. Thank you, Agnes, for the gift of your friendship and love during my four years in NNP. Prayers for you and or all who are saddened by your going from our midst.
— Sr. Mary Kealy
My deepest condolences to Arlene on the sad loss of your mum Agnes RIP. Her love for you always shone bright and I have no doubt your girls gave her so much more joy. May she rest in peace.
— Denise Cullinane
Agnes was the most lovely person, I am so sad to hear of her passing. May she rest in peace.
— Maria Buckley
Agnes was a wonderful lady who always showed us so much warmth and kindness when we visited Nano Nagle place. May her gentle soul rest in peace.
— Clarke family Athenry
Arlene, I’m so sorry to hear about your mum’s passing. I have fond memories of Agnes and the warm & bubbly person she was as I was growing up. Deepest sympathies to you & your family. May she rest in peace.
— Paul Hyland
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