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Ann Josephine O'Donnell

Kildare, Leixlip

O’DONNELL (née Callan), Ann Josephine (Leixlip, Co. Kildare and formerly of Scotstown, Co. Monaghan) March 26th 2020, suddenly & peacefully at Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown. Beloved wife of Gerry and dear Mam of Raymond and Eimir.

Sadly missed by her loving husband, son, daughter, grandchildren, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, grand-nephews, grand-nieces, cousins, relatives and friends. R.I.P.

A private family funeral will take place due to Government advice regarding public gatherings. A memorial service for Ann will be arranged at a later date.

Those who would have liked to attend the funeral, but due to current restrictions cannot, can leave personal messages for the family in the ‘ Book of Condolences’ section.

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Book of Condolences

The Family would appreciate if you could leave a message to be put into a book of condolences for the family.

Bernard O DonnellBrother-in-law

We were all saddened to learn of the death of Ann RIP.
She was much loved for her warmth, cheerfulness and will be greatly missed
Olive & Bernard, Patrick, Peter and Richard

John BrennanFriend

I just want to convey my sympathy and to express my condolences to your good self and to Raymond and Eimir on the passing away of your dear wife and their mother, Ann. It is a very sad occasion when one loses a loved one and especially when you have been together for such a long time. She will be sadly missed by you and all the family, as her passing is such a loss to the entire family, being the mother of the home. I’m sure that you are heart broken on this very sad occasion and also Raymond and Eimir must be also feeling very sad at the loss of their beloved mother. It is a very sad time indeed and more especially with the restrictions that are in place at present regarding funerals.

I pray that you will be able to accept your sad bereavement as Ann was so much part of your life and I hope that the support and comfort of your family and friends will help you to cope with her loss and that in due course the passage of time will make her passing away a little easier for you, even though it is so difficult to accept.

My prayers and thoughts are with you in these difficult times.

Kindest regards,

John Brennan

Jack and Margaret DonovanFriend

Gerry and family, so sorry to hear of Ann’s deathRIP. Remembering you all in our prayers; may she Rest In Peace

Patricia &Brian DavisonFriends

Gerry,It is with deep regret that we learned of the passing of your beloved Ann. She was such a lovely lady with a gentle and loving nature.
Her passing will leave an unfillable gap in your life but you have the love and support of Raymond and Eimir, and your grandchildren, to support you.
Please accept our sincere condolences and may The Lord sustain and comfort you at this difficult time.

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