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Edward (Ned) O'Neill

Dublin, Navan Road

O’Neill, Edward (Ned) (Navan Road, Dublin 7 and formerly of Dunmore East, Waterford) January 25th., 2021 peacefully in the loving care of the staff at Connolly Hospital. Beloved husband of Marian and dear father of Alan, Graham & Ciaran; Sadly missed by his loving family, grand children Grace, Ciaran, Laura, Orla, Brendan & Dylan, daughters-in-law Susan, Denise & Sinead, brother Tom, sister-in-law Angela, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

May he rest in peace.

A private funeral will take place due to government advice regarding public gatherings. When the current circumstances have passed we look forward to celebrating Edward’s life with friends and extended family at a later date. 

Those who would have liked to attend the funeral; but due to current restrictions cannot, may join the private Family Funeral Mass on Thursday 28th January at 10am by following this link https://navanroadparish.com/mass-times/webcam/ 

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Felix and Margaret BreenFreinds

Linda were very sorry to hear of your loss and that we can’t be there for you may Eddie rest in peace and that you and family find peace in time to come rip

Alan WickhamFormer neighbour

Many happy memories of living two doors away on Navan Road and in later years meeting Mr O’Neill on the road with his beloved Scottie dog whilst calling to my Mum whom he always looked out for in recent years. Sincere condolences to all the family. Rest in peace, Mr O’Neill. Alan Wickham.

Helen & Brian MahonFormer Colleague of Ciaran

Sincere condolences on your loss. I’ll be thinking of you all. RIP Mr O’Neill