Connie’s daughter Mary, sons Garry and Edward, and extended family would like to thank most sincerely all those who offered sympathy and support during the recent loss of their beloved Mam.
We offer our heartfelt thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind letters, Mass cards, floral tributes and online condolences, we really appreciate your messages and take great comfort from them.
Our thanks to Fr. David Brough for celebrating such a beautiful funeral Mass, a special thank you to Lucy Carolan and Matt Sharpe for their wonderful music.
Our sincere thanks to all who visited the Funeral Home and attended Connie’s removal, funeral Mass and burial. Thank you to our many family and friends who couldn’t be present, but kept us in their thoughts & prayers, and joined in the celebration of Connie’s Funeral Mass via the Parish webcam.
Our thanks to Dr. Foster, we will always remember the attention and respect you gave to Mam and to Arklow Home Help service, especially her carers for all the love and care given to Connie over the years. Thank you to the staff at Grant's pharmacy. Thank you to the Ambulance crew, the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Columcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown who looked after Connie in her final weeks.
Our heartfelt thanks to Connie’s neighbours in the cul-de-sac for their kind donation in her memory, it was such a thoughtful gesture. Thank you to our neighbours in Fernhill who lined the route to the Cemetery.
Thank you to Joe, who took such good care getting Connie’s final resting place ready.
A special word of thanks to Helena and her team, at Hudson Funeral Directors, for their compassionate manner, professionalism and kindness in dealing with the funeral arrangements. Thanks also to William and the management and staff at the Arklow Bay Hotel for their hospitality.
As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we trust that this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our sincere appreciation.
Connie’s month’s mind Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, 16th October, at 6.30pm in The Church of Saints Mary & Peter, Arklow and can be viewed on the Arklow Parish Webcam.