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Teresa (Bláithne) Russell

Dublin, Palmerstown

RUSSELL Teresa (Bláithne) (nee Phelan) (late of Kennelsfort Road, Palmerstown) May 19th 2020 (Peacefully) Wife of the late Patrick and much loved mam of Colm, Fionán, Maura, Eithne, Cathriona and Blanaid and the late Matthew. Sadly missed by her loving family, daughters-in-law Jackie, Gaye and Denise, sons-in-law Noel, Anthony, Thomas and John, grandchildren Paul, Sean, Michelle, Jenny, Robert, Sinead, Cian, Laura, Niamh, Aoife, Aisling, Mark, Iseult, Francis, Enda, Louise and Lauren. Brother Jim, sisters Breda and Rita, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Teresa’s family would like to thank the staff of Mount Pleasant Lodge, Kilcock, for their wonderful and loving care they gave mam over the years. Due to Government advice and restrictions regarding public gatherings and to protect our most vulnerable family members and our friends, a funeral for immediate family members only will take place.

We look forward to meeting everyone at a Celebration of Teresa’s Life at a later date.

Those who would have liked to attend Teresa’s funeral, but due to current restrictions cannot, can leave your personal messages for the family below.

Teresa’s Funeral Mass may be viewed by following the link below on Friday morning at 11.00 am. (Main Camera)

“May her gentle soul Rest in Peace”

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sheila roe,brendan, marie and patniece

on behalf of my brothers and sister may I offer our deepest sympathies to you all at this time. many great memories of
Kennelsfort rd we wish we could be there but with you all in spirit and celebrate at a later date sheila

Lynn Wickham (nee Phelan)Niece

I was so saddened to hearing of Auntie Blaithne’s passing. I remember that I loved to visit Blaiithne with Dad as a child and I have very fond memories of time spent in the back garden with my cousins. My sympathy to all of you, losing your mother in the current circumstances. I am so sorry that we can’t meet up to remember Blaithne (and Matthew) as it was such a comfort to us to see you all when Dad died, but will be there in spirit on Friday morning. Hopefully, we can all get together to celebrate her life when time permits.

Julia HackettNiece

Deepest sympathy to you all at this sad time. I have such fond memories of Bláithne, visits to Palmerstown with Mam and time spent with my cousins. Aunty Bláithne was always so kind and so funny. She will be missed. I will pray for her during her mass tomorrow. Condolences from Julia, Cathal and Sierra. 0866000124.

Frances GavllletSons mother in law

My condolences to Teresa’s extended Family

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