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Marie (Mary) Smyth

Kildare, Celbridge

SMYTH Marie (Mary) (Oaklee, Maynooth Road and St. Patrick Park, Celbridge, Co. Kildare) in her 97th year, January 1st, 2021 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at Care Choice Nursing Home, Swords and previously the Silver Birch Nursing Home, Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown. Sister of Teresa and predeceased by her beloved twin sister Nan, Angela and brother John. Sadly missed by her loving sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives and friends.

R.I.P.

 

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

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Marie’s funeral Mass can be viewed online by following the link below on Tuesday (Jan 5th) at 11.00am.

https://www.celstra.ie/live-feed/

Family flowers only, please. Donations if desired to St. Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown.

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Annabel Pottertonvolunteer artist at the Silver Birch residential unit, Connolly Hospital

Mary Clarke and myself volunteered at the Silver Birch unit painting with the residents. We were both very fond of Maire as she was such a character and we had great fun together. I used to put “Goodbye Johnny Dear” on spotify on my phone for her and encourage her to take part in the painting. She was always delighted with the work she did and would say “Did I do that?” She always had such lovely stories to tell of cycling and dancing at the crossroads and people she knew. We used bright colours to paint with and when she used pink she would always say “pink, to make the fellas wink”. I have often thought about Maire since we had to stop going last March. Sincere condolences to all the family. Annabel Potterton

Mary ClarkeConnolly Hospital, Silver Birch, making art.

It was a pleasure to know and laugh with you Marie.