The family of the late Evelyn Lively would like to express their thanks to all who sympathised with them during their recent bereavement.
To all our family, friends and neighbours who attended the funeral, called to the house, sent flowers, messages of sympathy and those who stood outside the house and Church on the morning of the funeral.
To Jacqueline and Paddy from McGennity Funeral Directors for the dignified and professional manner in which they carried out the funeral arrangements.
Our sincere appreciation to Fr Clyne for the beautiful funeral mass, Mary McConville for her help and all those who took part in the mass. A special word of thanks also to Fr Loughran PP Mayobridge for being so accommodating at the burial.
We would also like to express our particular gratitude to Martin McAteer and his team of carers for their kindness and care shown to Evelyn over the past number of years. A special word of thanks to Dr Magee, Christine, Rita and all the staff of the McVerry & McEvoy practice, Ann-Marie and staff of Meigh pharmacy and the team of district nurses, Doctor Slieema and nurses from Acute Care for all their care and support.
Evelyn was a treasured mother, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, sister in law and friend and is deeply missed.
Evelyn’s month mind mass will be celebrated on Monday 7th February at 7.30pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Mayobridge and Wednesday 9th February at 7.30pm in St. Joseph’s Church, Meigh.
As it is impossible to thank everyone individually we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted as an expression of our deepest thanks and appreciation.
– The Downey and Lively family circle (Meigh & Mayobridge).
LIVELY, Evelyn – 9th January 2022. Late of 14 Rathgullion, Meigh and formerly of Mayobridge.
Beloved wife of the late Patrick, loving mother of Elizabeth, nanny of Kieran, Niall and Sean and great-nanny of Kieran, Rachel and Conor.
Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 12.00 noon on Tuesday (11th January) in St. Joseph’s church, Meigh. Burial afterwards in St. Patrick’s cemetery, Mayobridge. Due to the ongoing Covid recommendations, the wake is Strictly Private and numbers will be restricted in the church. Our Lady Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray for her.
Very deeply regretted by her loving daughter, grandsons, great-grandchildren, son-in-law Peter Downey, grand daughter-in-law Marian, Niall’s fiancée Niamh, Sean’s fiancée Briege, sister-in-law Sadie and the extended family circle.
May she rest in peace.
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