Antoinette Smyth

Condolence Book for

Antoinette Smyth

Cuan Mhuire, Athy, Kildare / Cabra, Dublin

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Sorry to hear Kay about Your Dear Friend Antoinette Passing away.
May she rest in eternal peace.
— Barbara Mc Ginley Cavan
Very sad to read this news. Happy memories of Antoinette walking up and down Quarry Rd as she went to work. Always very pleasant. Sincere sympathy to her sister and friends rest in peace
— Mary Kelly Quarry Rd Cabra
Antoinette, from a very early age you displayed an air of confidence which was to develop into your career achievements with Jameson Jewellers.
Your warm, welcoming and infectious smile was a trademark of your character both in your personal and employment personas.
Likewise, your never-ending assistance and advice to your many customers in their selection of jewellery, be the engagements, weddings or other personal items will always be remembered and cherished by those who had the good fortune to have met you.
In life, your commitments to others knew no bounds but the unwarrented demands on your personal life, which were ever incrteasing, took their toll and alas Sr Consilio came to your assistance.
Your Aunt Peg assisted you in a very loving and attentive manner, on your journey, and remained loyal up to the time of her passing.
Cuan Mhuire helped you to develop a new and loving family where in turn you met your new long-term sisters but notably Kay.
Youe are now like a beautiful and majestic bird that has been released from captivity and can finally fledge her wings.
Fly high Antoinette, fly very high and survey all beneath you...........
Should you see any of us falter, please assist and guide us back onto the straight and narrow, should you see any of us fall lend us the power of your wings to stand back up, and should you feel our anxiety lend us your wisdom to see and achieve a better way.
God bless you.
— Gerrard, Angela, Margaret & Eithne O'Hara
So sorry Ann to hear of Antoinette's passing. I have fond memories of our happy childhood days in Cabra. May Antoinette now enjoy the peace that passes all understanding.
— Monica Hall/ Connolly Family
Rest in peace Antoinette. You were a special lady. We have many fun memories over the years. Many thanks to her good friend Kay for giving her a really lovely, moving, thoughtful send off. 💕
— Eithne O Hara
Rest in peace Antoinette a lady inside and out, it was a pleasure to have known you,condolences to you Kay, you were a true friend to Antoinette, always there when she needed you, you will have your good memories and no regrets xxx
Maureen and all at crom a boo cabs Athy
— Maureen Conway
Myself and rose offer our sincere sympathy Antoinetts family and her gud friend kay..A beautiful woman .RIP.
— Pat byrne ex kitchen ..mushrooms.
You were a lady in the shop in C. M. May I rest in eternal peace. amen. Liz 🙏
— Di chara antoinette
Deepest sympathy to all of Antoinette's family and friends. May she rest in peace. RIP.
— Deepest sympathy
Sincere sympathy to Anne on the passing of Antoinette.
May she rest in peace.
— Gerrard & Susan O'Hara
My deepest Sympathy to you Kay on the death of your dearest friend Antoinette, you were so kind, caring and attentive to her. Antoinette was a real lady at all times, and a privilege to have known her, may her gentle soul Rest In Peace...
— Marie Maher.
May Antoinette's gentle soul rest in eternal peace..
— Ann Kelly - Athlone
deepast sympathy to your family, rest in peace Antoinette.
— friend
Sincere sympathy to Anne and Antoinette's friend Kay on the passing of Antoinette may her gentle soul Rest in Peace
— Nancy Gavin Athlone
Ah kay your beautiful friend gone my deepest sympathy to you on Antoinette death thinking of her family and friends at the sad time what a character she was many a laught we had together x
— Sandra murphy
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