The death has occurred of Philip Heary (Junior)
33 Cherryhill Road, Kells, Meath

The death has occurred peacefully of Philip Heary (Junior) Agricultural Contractor, 33 Cherryhill Road, Kells, Co. Meath and formerly St. Anthony's Fair Green, Kells, in the loving care of his heartbroken family and the outstanding professional medical staff at The Mater Hospital Dublin following a long illness. Philip was predeceased by his father Philip (Senior) and his infant sister Bridget and is survived by his heartbroken mother Katie, his lifelong and loving partner Liz, his sister Catherina, brother James, his brother-in-law AO, his nephews and nieces, aunts and uncles and a large circle of family and friends and particularly his many friends in the farming community in north Leinster.

 

Philip's funeral cortege will leave his residence on Friday 22nd January at 10am via his birthplace, St. Anthony's Fairgreen for a brief moment of respect , followed by removal to St. Colmcille's Church Kells for private funeral Mass at 11am for immediate family only followed by burial in St. Colmcille's Cemetery, which can be viewed on

https://www.kellsparish.ie/our-parish/webcam/

 

No Mass Cards Please, Donations, if desired, to The Patient Comfort Fund Mater Hospital, C/O Brian Curran Funeral Director.

 

Those who would have wished to attend Philip's funeral but cannot due to government restrictions, please feel free to leave your messages of sympathy for the family on the condolence page below.

 

As we remember Philip

The news of Philip's untimely death at the age of 55 has left his family and so many of the wider community numb with grief and pain. Philip had a large and warm personality and very high standards of the workmanship he carried out, standard's of which he expected of his staff at all times. Philip was a lifelong member of The Pioneer Association and served on councils on many different levels. He was also a member of Kells Tidy Towns, Kells Musical and Dramatic Society and also was involved in many worthy charitable causes for many years. He will also be remembered as a gentleman with a heart of gold who cared for young and old, rich and poor and valued people's lives. Philip's many acts of kindness will never be forgotten.

May His Gentle And Caring Soul Rest In The Loving Care Of God.

DEATH NOTICE

The death has occurred of Philip Heary (Junior)
33 Cherryhill Road, Kells, Meath

Philip Heary (Junior)

The death has occurred peacefully of Philip Heary (Junior) Agricultural Contractor, 33 Cherryhill Road, Kells, Co. Meath and formerly St. Anthony's Fair Green, Kells, in the loving care of his heartbroken family and the outstanding professional medical staff at The Mater Hospital Dublin following a long illness. Philip was predeceased by his father Philip (Senior) and his infant sister Bridget and is survived by his heartbroken mother Katie, his lifelong and loving partner Liz, his sister Catherina, brother James, his brother-in-law AO, his nephews and nieces, aunts and uncles and a large circle of family and friends and particularly his many friends in the farming community in north Leinster.

 

Philip's funeral cortege will leave his residence on Friday 22nd January at 10am via his birthplace, St. Anthony's Fairgreen for a brief moment of respect , followed by removal to St. Colmcille's Church Kells for private funeral Mass at 11am for immediate family only followed by burial in St. Colmcille's Cemetery, which can be viewed on

https://www.kellsparish.ie/our-parish/webcam/

 

No Mass Cards Please, Donations, if desired, to The Patient Comfort Fund Mater Hospital, C/O Brian Curran Funeral Director.

 

Those who would have wished to attend Philip's funeral but cannot due to government restrictions, please feel free to leave your messages of sympathy for the family on the condolence page below.

 

As we remember Philip

The news of Philip's untimely death at the age of 55 has left his family and so many of the wider community numb with grief and pain. Philip had a large and warm personality and very high standards of the workmanship he carried out, standard's of which he expected of his staff at all times. Philip was a lifelong member of The Pioneer Association and served on councils on many different levels. He was also a member of Kells Tidy Towns, Kells Musical and Dramatic Society and also was involved in many worthy charitable causes for many years. He will also be remembered as a gentleman with a heart of gold who cared for young and old, rich and poor and valued people's lives. Philip's many acts of kindness will never be forgotten.

May His Gentle And Caring Soul Rest In The Loving Care Of God.

Date Published: Wednesday 20th January 2021
Date of Death: Tuesday 19th January 2021

Brian Curran, Funeral Director

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