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Frank Keating

Kildare, Leixlip

KEATING, Frank (Leixlip, Co. Kildare) August 19th, 2020 (peacefully) at St. James Hospital. Beloved husband of the late Kathleen and dear father of Yvonne, Lorraine and Declan.

Sadly missed by his loving son, daughters, grandchildren David, Sarah, Jack, Robert, Sam, Jane, Conor, Darragh, Katie, Declan and Éilís, great-grandchild Ronan, sons-in-law Gerry and Kevin, daughter-in-law Della, brothers, sisters-in-law, relatives and friends.

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

Franks’ Funeral Mass will be available to view online on Saturday 22nd August at 1pm by following this link - https://confeyparish.ie/

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 “May he rest in peace”

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Shane FlatmanFriend

So sad to hear the news of Frank. I worked in the Riverforest for years when I was younger (I Actually called Frank ‘Trigger’ as he firmly believed my name was Dave for years (Only fools and horses Joke!)), and Anyway the year I was heading off on my summer J1 to America himself and Con caught me on my last shift and snook 100 dollars into my pocket. Genuine Absolute gent! Condolences to you all. Shane

Andrew keatingNephew

My dear uncle frank was more of a great friend than my uncle, broken-hearted, Rest In Peace Frank , my dear Friend

Lorraine and dermot farrellNeighbours

So sorry for your loss. Frank was a lovely neighbour and will miss seeing him around.

Fiachra LynchFriend

What an absolute character and gentleman Frank was. I have many fond memories spent with Frank up in Confey GAA until all hours of the morning playing poker and listening to Frank’s great yarns from growing up in the Liberties to studying to be a priest in Italy. A man I always loved to have in my company and he will be truly missed. RIP Frank.

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