Condolence Book for


Newport Square, Waterford City, Waterford

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Bed of heaven to Tony always a gentleman to serve in Tommy Mcloughlin’s and many a laugh we had rip Tony
— Noeline o Callaghan
My sincere condolences to Anthony's family on his passing. Always enjoyed the visits to him. Rest in peace.
— Marguerite
Sincere sympathy to Tony's nieces, nephews and brother in law on the loss of such a lovely gentle man.
— Power Family formerly 54 Newport's Square
My Deepest Sympathies to all the Family, especially Caroline and Fiona. Tony - such a Loving, Gentle, Joyful man, Stoic and determined to live every day to its best. Always wearing a smile.Lovely to see his love and devotion returned to him by his family in his senior years.
Eternal Rest, Grant unto Tony's soul. May perpetual light shine upon him and upon the souls of all the Faithful Departed. Amen
(Sorry i didn't get to attend Tony's Funeral Mass as I am not in Waterford these times) -xx
— Nuala Crowley
Sincere sympathy to Caroline, Fiona, Billy and the Chester family on the sad passing of Anthony. May he rest in peace.
— Volunteers & Staff at Lady Lane House Meals on Wheels
Condolences to Tony's family and friends. He was an absolute gentleman and always a pleasure to deal with. He was a great friend to all in St. Stephens. May he rest in peace.
— Jim Keevers
To Fiona, Peter and family - my sincere sympathy to you all on the passing of Fiona's Uncle Tony. You are in my thoughts at this time.
— Noreen Noonan, Sligo
Sincere Sympathy to Tony's Relations and Friends on His Sad Passing.

May His Gentle Soul Rest In Peace.

Fond Memories of Tony during his time as Sacristan and all his great work in the Cathedral.
— Barry and Patricia McCarthy
Sincere and deepest condolences to all the family on the sad passing of Tony. A genuine lovely person to have known. RIP Tony
— Murphy Family Newports Square
Rest in peace Tony. You were a Gentleman all your life.
— Tom Gough
Deepest sympathy to extended Chester family, on Tony’s passing. May his gentle soul rest in peace. RIP.
— John Ryan, Summerhill Waterford
Sincere Sympathy to all Tony's Family. He was always a Gentleman. Rest In Peace Tony.
— Sean & Margaret Dower Morrissons Ave
My sincere condolences. Tony was my scoutmaster when I joined De La Salle many many years ago. A wonderful dedicated individual. Never forgotten by me over the years. May he rest in peace.
— Bob (sonny) Finn.
Sorry to hear of Tony's passing. Spent many a December evening each year helping him build the Crib in the Cathedral, a long time ago. A work of art and something he was so rightly proud of. RIP Tony.
— William O'Keeffe
My deepest condolences to Tony's family and friends. On behalf of my family, all in the Tavern Pub, and myself. May you rest in peace Tony 🙏
— Tosh McLoughlin
Sincerest condolences to all of Anthony’s family. He was a gentleman who always had a story to tell. May he rest in peace.
— Amy
Rest In Peace Anthony, always enjoyed your company.
My heartfelt condolences to all the family.
— Jenny Murphy
My sincere condolences to Tony's family. I knew him from the Cathedral where he was a kind, good humoured, helpful and practical presence. May he rest in eternal peace.
— Arthur Kearney
Sincerest condolences to all of Tony's family and friends. I served mass in the Cathedral for many years and Tony was always very good to us. An absolute gentleman. RIP.
— James Flahavan
Sincere sympathy to tonys family on his passing lovely man may his gentle soul rest in peace
— Paul Daniels
Deepest sympathies to Tony's family, i was very sad to hear of his passing. I was an altar server in the Cathedral as a kid and I continued to pop in every now and then over the years for a chat, he was always a true gent. RIP Tony.
— Shane Walsh
So sad to hear of Tonys passing ,one of natures gentlemen.He was always so kind and helpful when he was sacristan in the Cathederal.May you rest in eternal peace Tony.My condolences to Tonys nieces and nephews and to his brother in law Billy .
— Maura Gough
My sincere condolences to Tony's family.Tony was a wonderful man. We worked together in the 1970s.Though he could be quiet he was great company a Mentor. RIP Tony
— Thomas Dempsey Formerly Mahonbridge now Essex Uk
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