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Shane Gilmour

Dublin, Hansfield, Ongar

GILMOUR, Shane (Hansfield, Dublin 15 and formerly of Harare, Zimbabwe) June 4th 2021 peacefully in the loving care of the staff of St Brigid’s ward at St. Vincent’s Hospital.

Sadly missed by his loving partner Jacinta, brothers Rob and Neil, sisters-in-law Sheila and Jan, niece Kimberly, nephews Andrew, Fergus and David and the extended Tighe family, cousins, relatives and friends.

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

Those who would have liked to attend Shanes’ Funeral Service; but due to current restrictions cannot, may be viewed by following the link below on Wednesday afternoon (9th. June 2021) at 3.45 pm.

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Francis TigheCousin of Jacinta

Jacinta I wish to pass on my sincere heartfelt condolences to you and Shane’s family at this a very sad time in all your lifes and for the great loss you are feeling. I hope that remembering Shane, you Jacinta and his family in my prayers will bring you some sort of comfort and help today and the coming days ahead in easing the pain you are all experiencing. May Shane’s gentle soul rest in peace.

Richard Hayter and the familyOld friends

Rest I peace old friend. Our thoughts and wonderful memories are forever with us.

JoanneFriend of Jacinta

Thinking of you at this most difficult and sad time. My sincere condolences to you and shane’s family. May shane rest in peace.

David gilmourNephew of Shane

I will really miss you Shane I think back to the days of going round to your house as a child and climbing on the climbing wall with you teaching me the best way to get up and down and worrying I was going to fall and hurt myself. And those big dogs you had that used to jump on my lap when I was on the couch seemed to have the run of the house shows what a kind heart you have.
My wife Sophie and I are so thankfull to you and Jacinta for looking after us when we visited Ireland and the fun walks in Phoenix park identifying trees with the tree leaf app you discovered, I had good fun helping with a bit of roofing on your shed so you didn’t have to scale the roof to finish it off.
We are so great full yourself and Jacinta were also able to come to our wedding in New Zealand I feel really blessed we were able have you over and share this time with you.
I will miss our conversations and cherish the things you taught me and advice you gave me and lucky to have had an uncle like you. Rest in piece Shane lots of love Dave Soph and Aaron