Paul Mackay

Condolence Book for

Paul Mackay

Rathgar, Dublin

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Only just heard of Paul’s death. A true gentleman. He had great compassion for those in prison and people who struggled in life. I worked with him in a voluntary capacity for many years. May he rest in peace.
— Charlie Hoey
Saddened to hear of Paul's passing. May his soul and the souls of the faithfully departed rest in peace
— Colin 'Philly' Phillips, Texas USA
As an old friend and past neighbour (6 The Stiles Road), I was extremely sorry to hear of Paul's death. I was told too late to attend the funeral and am very sorry not to have been there. My deepest sympathy to Paul's family and also to his brother, Ian.
— Rheena Leehane
I worked with Paul for a period during the PD years and during this time I also got to know Lila and had many a fun banter with her. Paul and I worked very well together and he was a man of integrity whom I admired greatly.
My deepest sympathing to Ronan, Elva and Gavan and your extended family on your Dad's passing.
— Sandy Forsyth
With deepest sympathy to all the family. Paul was a wonderful man and a great mentor and support to me as he was to so many others.

Ray
— Ray Gordon
Deepest sympathy to the Mackay family on your loss. May Paul RIP.
— Joe and Ursula Dowling and family Cobh
Gavin & Elva . my sincere sympathies on the recent death of your Father. May he rest in peace.
— Karen hanlon
25th June 2024.
Dear Ian, I was very sorry to read Paul's death notice on The Irish Times of the 15th June '24. Please accept my sincere sympathy to you and your family. You can all be very pleased with the wonderful Obituary published in the Irish Times on Saturday 22nd June '24. Paul was portrayed as a man of principal, honesty and integrity and about whom you can all be justly proud. With every good wish to you and your family from David J. Daly (david@davidjdaly.ie) Former neighbour of 104 St. Lawrence Road.
— David J. Daly david@davidjdaly.ie
To Elva and Ronan
I have nothing but fond memories of your father Paul.
He was an intelligent, honourable, and kind gentleman.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.
— Meadhbh Quinn
Sincere sympathies to Paul’s family on his passing. Paul was great company and a true friend. He will be sadly missed.
— Jim Mc Ilvenna. Clontarf Rugby club
To the Mackay family - I didn't know your father & grandfather personally but may he rest in peace. I was interested in though not directly involved in politics. There was a family connection with the PDs in its early days and, if memory serves me correctly, there may have been a nodding acquaintance with Ronan in UCD in the '90s. What I had known about your Dad & Grandad a long time ago and this is borne out by tributes and obituaries is that he was a man of courage, honour and straight dealing. That is the essence of patriotism. May Paul's gentle soul rest in peace.
— UCD alumnus
Ronan, Elva and Gavan, deepest sympathies on the passing of your father. You are all in my thoughts at this sad time. Alex x
— Alex Cowley
Condolences to all Paul's family at this very sad time. It was always enlightening to be in his company and enjoy his charm, wit and friendship. He will be greatly missed in Terenure RFC
— Alban O'Callaghan
Sincerest condolences to Paul's family and his wide circle of friends. As so many have said a real gentleman, great company and a man of integrity.
— Mossie Walker
Dear Ronan, Elva and Gavin, sending you all our deepest sympathy at this very sad time.

The funeral service you had for Paul was a very moving celebration of your Dad's life, and I'm grateful we were able to watch it. The girls gave lovely readings, and Ronan, your eulogy was a very beautiful tribute to your Dad.

Thinking of you all, your children and partners.

Alice & Sol
— Alice Mackay
Ronan, very sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad.
Suaimhneas síoraí dá anam uasal.
— Paula Murphy Heath - Newcastle West
Paul was a lovely man and a true gentleman. A man who you always benefitted from meeting.
A source of fun and wisdom. Much laughter.
And truly a gentle man. May he R.I.P.
Condolences to his Family and friends on this sad day.
— Ronnie Harrison
My deepest sympathies to the Mackay family. Paul was a lovely man and was an enormous help to me when I wrote a book about the history of the Progressive Democrats. He made an important contribution to Irish politics at a critical time.
— Stephen Collins
Dear Family Members of Paul,
I have just taken part in Paul’s funeral Mass on line. It was a perfect tribute to Paul and Ronan’s eulogy summed up his many fine qualities which, for me, evoked many memories during our time in the Progressive Democrats.
Paul and Lila were a most attractive and engaging couple and being in their company was always a pleasure.
May Paul rest in peace and may his spirit and energy continue to inspire you all.
Katharine Bulbulia.
— Katharine Bulbulia, Woodstown Upper, Co Waterford
Paul a true honest gentleman, may you rest in peace
— Bernard Kenna
We offer our sincerest condolences to the Mackay family on the sad passing of the wonderful & amazing man, that Paul was. May he Rest In Peace.
P.S. Say hello to Richie for us…
— Michael & Ann Kiely
Sincere condolences to Ronan, Elizabeth, Alex and all the Mackay family. Thinking of you in these difficult times.
— GOODALL Family
My deepest sympathy to all Paul's family and friends.
Paul was a true gentleman who was always happy to help and advise me in our political days.
— Mairin Hyland
Sincere sympathy to Ronan, Elva, Gavan and the extended Mackay family, on the passing of Paul. Fond memories of Progressive Democrats years. May he rest in peace.
— Anne Wheatley
My Deepest Sympathies to the Mackay Family on the passing of your Father. A Man full of Passion and Integrity RIP Paul
— Jerry Hannon
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of a man of commitment and integrity.
May he rest in peace.
— Pat & Cathy Cox
Deepest sympathies to you Ronan, Elva and Gavan on the passing of your father.
It was a pleasure to have worked with him and an inspiration.

May he rest in peace.

Owen and Marie Fitzgerald
— Owen and Marie Fitzgerald
Elva Ronan and Gavin and cousin Ian and extended MacKay family

My thoughts are with you all at this very sad time I have great memories of Paul and Ian in our house at Christmas

Anne
— Anne Doyle
Our deepest sympathies to Paul's family on this sad occasion. Paul was a true gentleman with high standards, straight in all his dealings. He was also great company with a winning smile. Lila was a wonderful soulmate, indomitable together, now with their beloved son Neil. May they all Rest in Peace.
Máire and Tom, Ballinasloe.
— Máire Crowley and Tom Hughes.
Our deepest sympathies to the Mackay family on the passing of your beloved Dad. He was wonderful company to be with in Terenure Coll RFC & especially playing cricket for the Walnut Taverners. May he Rest in Peace.
— Thomas & Eleanor Morrissey
I will remember Paul as a co-founder and board Chair of the charity Care After Prison. To this day, CAP does brilliant and very important work in a sector that is neglected by many.

Paul, thank you.
— Simon Rees, former chair of Care After Prison
Deepest sympathies to the Mackay family on the passing of your beloved Paul. May his gentle soul Rest in eternal Peace.
— Pat Farrell Sandymount Dublin
Dearest Ronan, Elva, Gavan & Mr. Mackays Beautiful Family.

Words can never be enough to express sympathy nor quantify the pain you're all feeling.

We, reading your announcement, can only bare witness to your Love for your Dad, your Grandfather and the most beautiful impact he has had on our all our lives.

What I can say and write is that Paul is the most honourable Man I've ever met in business, which, was both a blessing and a curse.

There'll never be another like him and I'm doubtful I'll ever take another at his word.

He was uniquely beautiful, sometimes sourly, but always an honest and beautiful Soul.

We had our disagreements but he never once allowed me to lose face in front of others, he fought my corner, saw the bigger picture and was always true to his word.

I will miss him greatly, until the next time Mr. Mackay.

Fly high,

Pete Xx
— Pete
Paul took me under his wing when I first joined Clontarf Rugby Club and what a role model he was.
Over the years I sought Paul’s help and guidance with clients who were in trouble and he was such a tremendous help to me.
Paul was always great company and I am so much a better person for knowing him and respecting the standards that he set.
May he rest in peace
— Robin Brophy
Very sorry to hear of Paul’s passing.
Sincere sympathy to his family.
— Therese Mulreany
Deepest sympathy.
— John O’Mahony, Galway.
Sincerest Sympathy to all the Mackay family.
Paul was a great friend to me and to the Irish Haemochromatosis Association.
May he rest in peace
— Margaret Mullett
It is with such sorrow I express my deepest condolences to you all on Paul’s passing. We met while during our studies in the Milltown Institute during our theological studies. Our great friendship continued during our Holy Land trip and further our Italy tour under the guidance of our lecturer Fr Pat Rogers, which Lila joined us on. Our friendship was wonderful and included further dinner parties in my home with Bernard & Helen Roche & my sister Barbara. Sadly, since then we lost Lila, Helen & now Paul. I pray they are all now together & remembering our wonderful get togethers.
To all of Paul & Lila’s family, you had an amazing parents & I’m blessed to have known them & shared wonderful memories at dinner parties at my home.
My love & condolences to each of you all.
I must mention when we were on our Italy tour Hannah, you were born and all the focus was on getting a present!! Paul & Lila were so, so excited it was all about getting a present to bring home for her. Although it’s years later Hannah, I hope in these sad days, you can know how much your coming into this world lite up Paul’s & Lila’s lives.
I’m blessed to both your parents touched my life. Catherine D
— To Paul’s family
To the Mackay family,
Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of Paul, He was very kind to our family in our Business dealings. A true Gentleman.
May He Rest in Eternal Peace.
— George, Glenn Ward & Family
Sincere condolences to Ronan, Elva, Gavan and families on the sad loss of your Dad. May he rest in peace.
— Catherine Dardis & Eoin Fahy
Saddened to hear Paul had died as I grew up on the same road. Played rugby with him attended his wedding to Lila.
Paul was a very impressive person, a leader and great fun to be with.
To all the family and Ian we extend our sincere sympathies.
— Eoin and Veronica Crowley Galway
Deepest sympathy to Ian and the Mackay family.
— Peter Jordan
Sincere condolences to the Mackay family on Paul's passing.
A true gentleman and friend
Rest in peace
— Paul McLaughlin Clontarf FC
Deepest sympathies to the Mackay family on Paul's passing. No tribute will likely truly capture his many achievements and contributions. I for one though will always be grateful to him for his unselfish guidance, mentorship and friendship with lessons often delivered "consisely" but with great humour. Ní fheicfimid a leithéid ann arís. Rest in peace Paul.
— Shane Keating
I was very sorry to hear of Paul’s death and would like to extend my condolences to Elva, Ronan & Gavan on their huge loss. Paul made an immense contribution to Irish life through politics, business and the many charitable causes he supported.Unfortunately as I will be away I cannot attend his funeral. May he rest in peace.
— Mary Harney
Deepest sympathy on the passing of Paul.
I have know him over 50 years. A true gentleman in every way.
May he rest in peace.
— Arthur Fitzharris
My sincere condolences to the Mackay family and to his friends.
Paul went out of his way to be a great supporter of my business when I was young starting out and gave me great advice, he was a true gentleman. May he rest in peace.
— David McGarry
Paul was a true gentleman and will be missed by everyone who knows him
A true friend
— Peter Quinn
We wish to convey our deepest sympathy to Ronan, Elva and Gavan, also to his brother Ian and the extended family, on the sad passing of Paul. He was a loyal friend for many years and we will miss him dearly. May he Rest in Peace.
— Paul and Bernadette Kiernan
Sincere condolences to the Mackay family and all of Paul's friends, on Paul's sad passing.
— Liam M. Nolan
Gavan, sincere condolences to yourself and you family on your dad's passing. Paul was a lovely man and great company. Pat & Sile Mahony
— Pat Mahony
Ian. Verry sorry to hear of Pauls death. May He Rest in Peace. Deepest sympathy to all the family.
— Gerry Harrison
With our deepest sympathy Ronan, Elva and Gavin on the very sad passing of Paul may he rest in peace.
— Paddy, Nuala Devlin and all the family.
Dear Elva, I'm so sorry for your loss, my your dad rest in peace.
— Emer Cooney
My sincere condolences to the Mackay family on the sad passing of Paul RIP
It was always such a pleasure to spend time in his company
— Paul Andrews
Sincere condolences to Paul's family, especially to Ian and Ronan with whom I worked. Paul,may you rest in peace.
— Ronan and Triona Douglas
To Gavan, Elva and Ronan and the wider Mackay Family,
We were very sad to learn of the passing of your dear Father, Paul.
He had a tremendous passion for rugby and politics and was a loyal member of Terenure Rugby Club and one of the founding members of The Progressive Democrats in December, 1985. He and I soldiered long and hard in the PDs over 24 years with a great mutual respect. He was a true professional in his work as a Chartered Accountant and above all, he was a man of integrity and a good friend.
Ar Dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
Soncerely,
— Brendan & Lorraine Malone
My most sincere thoughts and sympathy are with you all at this moment. Our parents bond for more than 50 years shows the meaning of unconditional friendship and love. All my support at this time Ronan, Elva, Gavin and family.
— Olwyn Hatch
Sincere condolences to all the Mackay family on the death of Paul May he rest in peace.Gerry and Marie Bresnan.
— Marie Bresnan
Sincere condolences to all the Mackay family on the lost of Paul .
A very professional and intelligent man , who will be sadly missed by a wide circle of friends and admirers .
Rest In Peace Paul 🙏 .
— Robert & Maura Doyle , 102 Rathfarnham Wood
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