Frank O'Flaherty

Condolence Book for

Frank O'Flaherty

School Place, Off Cathedral Road, Cork City, Cork

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Condolences on the loss of frank a true gent to people and animals.Good memories of him selling the daffodils for cancer at SMA bingo and on the street where he fed pigeons. 💯🙏🏼🕊️🌷Rest in Peace Frank
— Michael linehan
Deepest condolences to Franks family on his sad passing. I have lovely memories of Saturdays on the Coal Quay working with my father Dave waiting patiently for Frank to arrive with Dripsey. He was a great pal to my Dad and always stopped for a chat when we bumped into each other in the city. Rest in peace Frank - hope you and Dad are having a great catch up.
— Ashling Prendergast
My sincere sympathy to Franks family and many friends. From your friend the farmer at All Saints Well .Michael A Walsh.
— Michael A Walsh
It was nice to meet Anne and Robert at the removal and share some stories of Frank as a wonderful waiter in the Fastnet restaurant.
He was a great hospitality waiter in Jury's Hotel, always with a smile and a touch of fun. In retirement Frank was a wonderful personality in Corn Market Street and loved by all.
Rest easy Frank
— David Twomey
Rip Frank,you be sadly missed around town ,always such a friendly soul.
— Donna Linehan
Rest in peace Frankie,will do best to keep, All Saints Well in good condition for you, Sincere sympathy to all your family and friends.
— Finian and Margaret Toomey and family
To Ann and the extended families,out sympathy to you all on the sad passing of your brother Frank.....a gentleman.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all ,
Another Legend gone to heaven .
Rest easy Frank was a pleasure knowing you .RIP
— Anon.
My own name is Marc Bowen, I used to meet Frank every time I was fishing in the lee fields. Myself and a friend by the name of Kevin would always try and keep Frank a salmon steak if we got a salmon for him.
Frank would be on his way to the Anglers Rest for a walk with his dog he rescued and would be on his way to get a bite to eat and hes always make sure to stop for a chat and ask how we were doing, and we might even meet him on the way back.
Id just like to say how much Frank meant to me in how caring a guy he was, and Im truely so hurt by the news of his passing with a tear to my eye.
life goes by but it never gets easier when someone who means so much passes. Im so greatful to have had Frank in my life and I hope there is a special place in heaven for him because its what he deserves.
A true Gentleman.
May he Rest in Peace.
My condolences to Franks family and friends
— Marc Bowen
Deepest condolences to the O'Flaherty Family on the loss of Frank. A lovely gentleman who always took the time to stop and say hello. He will be missed.
— Barbara Fogarty School Avenue
Deepesty sympathy to Ann, Robert, your families and all who mourn Frank. May he rest in peace.
— John and Martina Hooley
Deepest sympathy to all of Framk's family. Great memories from working with Frank in Jury's Hotel. Always great to meet Frank out around town & loved the chats with him. May Frank rip.
— Jackie Holland
Our Deepest Condolences on the passing of Frank. Joe and Deirdre Jurys hotel Western Road cork
— Deirdre and Joe Forde
Dear Ann, Robert and the extended O’Flaherty family: Please accept my most sincerest condolences on the passing of dear FRANK. So sorry to learn of the death of FRANK. St. Patrick’s Street and FRANK’S beloved Daunt’s Square will never again be the same in the absence of FRANK. FRANK was always a most kind and gentle man- always in good form with a permanent smiling countenance. Rebel Cork has lost one it’s greatest Ambassadors. Solas na bhFlaitheas go bhfeice FRANK ‘s Glórtha na nAingeal go gcloise sé. Le fíor- chomhbhrón, Tony Duggan.
— Tony Duggan
Our deepest condolences to Mrs.Cooke and all the extended O Flaherty Family on the passing of Frank,he was a legend,a lovely man. I enjoyed my chats with him as he fed the pigeons in Daunt's Square and other stories that he told me,he was a great storyteller.You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this very sad time.
— William & Helena Walsh & Family Fairhill,Cork.
Frank was a very good friend of my Dad, John Christopher Murphy. Friends from childhood and stayed in touch throughout their adulthood. So sorry to hear the sad news of Frank’s passing.

I hope you are happy and with your family and friends who left this world before you, and of course your dogs Dripsey 1 & 2.

RIP Frank

Love, Marian, John Jnr, Samantha, Lauren and family
— Murphy family, Manchester
Another fantastic man gone from us. Frank your smile will be sorely missed, a true gent. Sincere and deepest condolences to Franks Family, May he rest in peace. Amen
— The Magee Family, School Avenue
Sincere condolences to Frank's family. Genuine gentleman n a pleasure to chat with. May Frank's gentle soul rest in peace.
— Catherine O Callaghan
Deepest condolences to Anne, Robert and families of Frank on the passing of a kind gentle soul. Never had the pleasure of meeting but my Mum (Frank's aunt) always spoke kindly of him. RIP Frank rest in eternal peace Cathy cousin and Family London 🙏🙏
— Cathy O'Sullivan
Sincere sympathy to Franks family on hearing of his death RIP. It was always a pleasure to meet Frank, be it on a walk at the Lee fields or inside in town. He was such a humble man with a gentle nature. Rest in Peace Frank.
— Mary Power
Sincere Sympathy To Flaherty Family Frank Was A Great Blngo Customer
A Lovely Gentleman Rest In Peace Frank
— Glen Rovers Bingo Committee
Sincere sympathy to Anne and the extended O'Flaherty family on the passing of Frank. May he now rest in everlasting peace
— Kieran Hourihane
We will miss you Frank!
Forever in our hearts.
— Agnieszka, Michael, Mati & Dawid
I frequently met Frank and his dogs on the Lee Fields whilst walking with my dogs. It was always uplifting to meet such a friendly person. May Frank Rest in Peace.
— Pat McCarthy
Sincere sympathies to Frank's family and wide circle of friend's on his unexpected passing. Frank was an absolute gentleman and I enjoyed our regular chats. May he rest in peace.
— Avril Bowyer Bridewell Garda Station
Since Sympathy to The Family of Frank. Many Times Frank helped us with Our Flag
Days for Marymount. We remember Him for that.
May The Light of Heaven Shine on Him.
— Friends of Marymount
Condolences to Ann and family and all the O' Flaherty family on the death of Frank, may Frank rest in peace.
— Tony & Mary O Sullivan
A great cork character gone to his eternal reward...lovely memories when himself & his loyal companion dripsey used to walk cork to cobh road race for charity..his love of animals spoke volumes of the nature of this unassuming gentleman
— Anon
Condolence to Ann and all the family. Frank was a gentleman. A nice man who will be missed walking the streets and roads of Cork with nis dogs
— Ted Owens
My deepest sympathies on the passing of Frank. I have fond memories of the years working with Frank in Jurys Hotel, what a gentleman.
Rest in peace Frank.
— Rita Kelleher (Jury's Hotel '88-94)
Condolences to the o Flaherty family on the passing of frank always a pleasure to meet and great neighbour may he rest in peace
— Karen and Glenn Lyons
Condolence to Ann on the sad passing of your brother.May he rest in peace.
— Mark ,Bernie,Glen Dineen.
Deepest sympathy to Anne and all the O'Flaherty family on your sad loss. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.
— Donal O’Connor.
Sad to hear of Frank's passing A kind man with a great heart RIP
— Timmy Ryall
What a man what an inspiration hes been for my kids hes always been kind caring and had great time to talk and tell storys to my kids he often gave them €5 for them for sweets in dealzs my kids met frank every sat for at least 7 to 8 yrs they loved it meeting dripsey or helping feed birds with food from eddies pet shop it was there sat they loved it but best of of all frank always had time for my kids which im most greatful for may he rest in peace he will be sadly missed by us all
— Anna Gary Isabel nd Anthony scanlon
Sincere condolences to Frank's family,neighbours,and friends on his sad passing. Always nice to meet him loved the bit of banter with him and you always left him with a smile on your face. A pure gentleman with such a big heart. He was one of Cork's true characters who will indeed be sadly missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace Frank. 🕯️🕯️
— Marie.
Rip gentle soul,from professional gambler, Michael Higgins
— Michael Higgins
Sorry to hear of Frank's passing, knew him from calling into us in the good old days of Roches Stores, Frank loved to chat and was full of fun, RIP Frank
— Mary Newman
Great customer and friend, you will be sadly missed ,rip Frank ❤️
— Bernadette
So sorry to hear of Frank's passing may he rest in peace many a chat we had about the pigions condolences to his family he will be sadly missed 🙏🌹🙏
— Gérard Kiely
Deepest sympathy to the family of the late Frank O'Flaherty 🙏🏻.
— Jim healy
Very sorry to hear of Frank's passing. A wonderful man always a pleasure to meet and chat with him and his dog Dripsey. Deepest sympathy to his family. May he rest in peace.
— Elma and Aidan Goggin, Castlewhite Waterfall
Deepest sympathy to all Franks family, and all who mourn his loss.

A true gentleman, a fighter for the underdog.

May you rest in peace Frank.
— Terence O Brien, Dillon's Cross, and Donnybrook, Douglas,
Deepest,& heartfelt sympathies to the O'Flaherty family on the passing of Frank. R. I. P. Such a kind,honest,genuine man,who was a great soulmate,fellow patient,to me in St. Patricks ward of the Mercy Hospital,Cork 1982-1983. Always a pleasure, uplifting,to meet him in the following years,collecting at the North Gate Bridge, for Daffodil Day. Manys d chat we shared in the Mercy Hospial,Daunt Square,Lee fiekds,Shandon Street,as he walked his belved dog.
1 of natures gentlemen.
Choladh sa'mh mo chara.è
— Paul Lombard
Condolences to franks family on his passing, you'd be standing chatting to Frank and he'd be constantly stopping the conversation to say hello or answer a greeting he received, a wonderful sincere genuine person, RIP Frank your work is done
— Southside admirer
Sincere condolences to the O Flaherty family on the passing of Frank wherever Shandon Street, North Main Street, the Coal Quay, the window sill of the Great Outdoor shop where he would like to sit in the sun always had a great chat with him. May he rest in peace
— Noel and Paul O Reilly Fairhill
Sincere condolences to all of Frank’s family. A lovely kind man who had such great faith. May he rest in peace.
— Liam & Margaret Walsh Fairhill
So sorry to hear of the sad loss of my dear friend Flaherty as I called him. Myself and Frank were great friends and spent many years together in the English army. Both my wife and myself will miss him and his great humour and kindness. He will be forever in our thoughts may you rest in peace my dear friend. Condolences to franks family
— Sid & Dolores O’Brien
Many’s the chat was had . Fearless , kind hearted , witty , and real. A rare one was Frank. He will be missed from his favoured perch , on Paul St. Condolences to Franks family and to those , whose pleasure it was, to have known him.
— Andy Moore. Paul St.
Sincere sympathy to Franks family on his sad passing. I worked with Frank in Jurys Hotel,The Fastnet Restaurant. Oh the crack was ninety when Frank was on. Lovely friendly gentleman. Rest in Peace Frank
— Teresa Murphy Schull
Deepest condolences to the O flaherty family on the sad loss of frankie,
— Betty Bennett/Collins
Deepest sympathy to Franks family on his sad passing great character
May his gentle soul rest in peace
— Sean Corcoran
My sincere condolences to your family,it was great time of my life as a young chef in jury's,the crack was mighty,ah the fastnet restaurant and the kitchen banter,rip frank
— Henry o brien
Our deepest condolences to Ann and family on the passing of your brother, uncle,may Frank rest in peace
— The Kenny family
I will miss having tea and Hassett’s cakes with you in the English market on Saturdays. May you rest in peace🙏🏻
— Colm Corkery
Ann Denis and the extended family’s so sorry for your loss go fly now with the birds in the sky. Rip
— Michelle o Connell
Sincere sympathy to Franks family on his sad passing. I had the pleasure of working with Frank in Jury’s Hotel, where he was a wonderful mentor and role model for all. Frank gave up his time to raise money for various charities. In later years I met him regularly walking his dogs in the Lee Fields. Rest in peace Frank
— Joe O Donovan
Deepest Sympathy to all who mourn Frank passing .I listened to him on radio to Neil about feeding the birds .Great man stuck to his belief so kind and loved nature . What a kind man .May his gentle soul rest in peace
— Skibbereen listener of Neil Prevendell
* Sincere condolences Anne an O’ Flaherty Families on The Loss Of Your Beloved Frank. Thoughts And Prayers For You All During These Sad Times 🕯️🙏*.
— Noreen o Leary & Family , Fairfield Square .
Sincere sympathy to the O Flaherty family on the passing of Frank a true gentleman.Frank and his late father Jack were great friends with my late uncle David.Both Jack and my late uncle both worked in Ranks Mills .My late uncle never stopped talking about Frank and his Father Jack.Frank was first every year with a Christmas card in my letterbox.I will miss that for sure and drinking Coffee on the Coalquay when we met up .The bed of Heaven to you Frank.Rest in peace.
— David K Connolly Ballycotton
Our deepest sympathy to Ann Robert and all of. The o flaherty family on the sad passing of frank a great neighbour and friend on his soul sweet Jesus have mercy rest in peace
— Marie Tom Drummond and family
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