Condolence Book for


Stoneybatter, Dublin

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Sleep well a chara you will be missed and always remembered, deepest condolences to your family and friends
— Damien & Mieke
Our condolences Mary. Alan's facebook page is a testament to his humanity and his sense of humour. He will be missed by those who were close to him, and likewise by the people for whom he campaigned, but neber met him.
— Frank Sweeney & Annie Holder
Alan and me shared the Irish Union of School Students experience from around 1972, when he had much more (and much longer) hair. Our paths would cross over the years through the "Stickies" and myriad campaigns. Alan always took the moral high ground, clear, uncompromising, determined, dedicated. He would have seen me as being more of the "Comprador" wing. He was always a true gentle man in the most clear definition of that term. However passionate the arguments, there was always the friendly smile (and the pint) afterwards. Somebody I truly admired, a voice that will be sorely missed. Sorry for your trouble to all of us who had the luxury of taking a few paces with Alan through the sands of human history,
— Tony Kinsella
May he riot in peace. A sad loss to us all. My sincerest condolences to Mary, her family and friends
— Eddie Soye
Dear Mary,

I am so sorry to hear of this terrible loss. You were very kind when we met for tea a couple years ago when I was visiting Dublin from the US. That was right after my husband died (which I did not share with you), but it was so helpful to me to be able to make a new friend at that point and talk about your work and my research, etc.

May you yourself have some peace in the days ahead.

— Daphne Wolf
Apart from everything else, he always had such a warm and welcoming smile. He will be greatly missed.
— Wendy Lyon
Such a loss. Such a support to Doctors for Choice over the years.
His wisdom, his wit, his deep understanding of activism - all will be missed.
He will be missed most as a very good friend.
Our thoughts to his beloved Mary at this difficult time.
— Mary Favier
Heartfelt condolences on a great loss to us all, and an immeasurable loss to Mary and family.
— Manus O'Riordan
What can I say, you were a gent,and a righter of wrongs,you spoke your mind,
and stood your ground, Im glad to have known you,I enjoyed your wit, and off
the cuff banter...Our History Group have lost a great friend,who gave his energy,
his time,his everything...My thoughts are with Mary,and the family...
Thanks for the memories my Friend....xx...Terry
— Terry Crosbie...
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