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Mary Moran

Dublin, Clonsilla

MORAN (nee Daly) (Clonsilla, Dublin and formerly of Cadamstown) March 15th 2020 (peacefully) at her home, Mary (Babs), beloved wife of the late Martin (Matt). Predeceased by her beloved brothers Hugh, John and Patsy and also by her best friend Fr Liam Hickey. Sadly missed by her loving sisters Teresa and Kitty, brother Michael, brother-in-law Thomas, sister-in-law Sheila, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and very special neighbours. Due to government restrictions regarding public gatherings, a private family funeral will take place. A memorial service for Mary will take place at a later date and all will be welcome. Those who would have liked to attend the funeral but due to current restrictions cannot can leave your personal messages for the family below 'Condolences' or

Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to the local parish priest Fr Joe Coyne towards Hartstown Community Centre. 

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Antonia DalyAuntie Babs

I loved when auntie Babs and uncle Matt came to see us in ferbane. She always looked sophisticated and elegant. Her smile was filled with compassion and understanding-/-. Then her hazel eyes encapsulated both. And I felt all’s well with the world.
May you Rest In Peace Auntie Babs

Michael RyanCard Playing Friend

Mary was one of life’s pure lady’s…. She was full of dignity and integrity and cared deeply about those around her…. She also loved to laugh and share jokes and stories and was well clued into all that was going on in the world.
She loved playing cards and was a formidable participant who was highly respected among the card-playing community.
Rest In Peace Mary and I’m sure you’ve found a few new poker-buddies up there and your already shuffling the deck and sussing out the other players.

Margaret and David DoyleNeighbor

Mary you are a lady , we will miss our chats as you walk to the shops , you were always a joy to meet , . You will be with Matt now . We will miss you . David and Margaret