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Anne O'Connor

Dublin, Palmerstown

Anne O'Connor

ANNE O’CONNOR (née Grattan), (Palmerstown, Dublin 20 and formerly of Carlingford Parade, Dublin 2) passed away suddenly, but peacefully, in the presence of her family at St. James’s Hospital on June 28th 2021.

 Anne O’Connor, beloved wife of the late John and much loved mother of Colm, Ruth and Aoife will be sadly missed by her children, grandchildren Cillian, Eva, Lúí, Rohan, Isla and Libby, sister, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, family, friends and neighbours.

 

May she rest in peace.

 

A private funeral will take place due to government guidelines regarding public gatherings.

Anne's Funeral Mass will take place on Friday (Jul 2nd) at 10.00am and may be viewed online by following this LINK.

For those who cannot attend the funeral due to current restrictions, please leave your personal message by selecting “Condolences” below.

Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to St. James’s Hospital Foundation.


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

Ed WalshFriend

So sorry for your loss your mam was a great woman who always made me welcome in your house while we had tea and chats in the kitchen. RIP

Siobhan FreemanNiece

Anne meant the world to me. She was so brave and tried to never let whatever life threw at her get her down. I will miss our chats and always remember her with love.

CathyNiece

Dearest Aunty Anne, you were such a key person during my childhood and in the following years. I have so many lovely memories of sunny afternoons in your kitchen or Mam’s listening with complete fascination to your conversations. Christmas mornings, St. Stephen’s Day family dinners, Easters, birthdays and all other key events in our lives – you and Uncle John were always there. A constant in our lives. A lovely Aunty, a great conversationalist, a kind and loving person, a wonderful mother to Com, Ruth and Aoife and a talented artist. I have your art hanging on the walls of my house. So, even though the distance separated us, I literally think of you every day. And now, my own daughter has inherited your incredible artistic talent. I cannot believe you are gone. You will always be in my heart. RIP.

James & NathalieAoife's sister & brother-in-law

We will remember Anne with her mischievous smile always ready for a story or an anecdote. She was always great company and a caring mother & grand-mother. Love to all her family

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Ed WalshFriend

So sorry for your loss your mam was a great woman who always made me welcome in your house while we had tea and chats in the kitchen. RIP

Siobhan FreemanNiece

Anne meant the world to me. She was so brave and tried to never let whatever life threw at her get her down. I will miss our chats and always remember her with love.

CathyNiece

Dearest Aunty Anne, you were such a key person during my childhood and in the following years. I have so many lovely memories of sunny afternoons in your kitchen or Mam’s listening with complete fascination to your conversations. Christmas mornings, St. Stephen’s Day family dinners, Easters, birthdays and all other key events in our lives – you and Uncle John were always there. A constant in our lives. A lovely Aunty, a great conversationalist, a kind and loving person, a wonderful mother to Com, Ruth and Aoife and a talented artist. I have your art hanging on the walls of my house. So, even though the distance separated us, I literally think of you every day. And now, my own daughter has inherited your incredible artistic talent. I cannot believe you are gone. You will always be in my heart. RIP.

James & NathalieAoife's sister & brother-in-law

We will remember Anne with her mischievous smile always ready for a story or an anecdote. She was always great company and a caring mother & grand-mother. Love to all her family

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