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Anita McCluskey: With sadness I report the death of Anita McCluskey, nee Corrigan, Main Street, Emyvale, which occurred at Castleross Nursing Home on Wednesday May 6th 2020. Predeceased by Seamus RIP and mourned by daughter, Majella, and son Finian and their families and her brothers and sisters - John, Anna, Pat and Nora - and their families. Anita has been resident in Castleross for a number of years but her condition deteriorated in recent times and the family was with her in her final hours. The usual Thursday Mass at 10.00am, which is streamed by Murphy Video Services, will be offered for Anita and a Memorial Mass for her will be celebrated when the time is right. The link to the Mass is on the emyvale.net Homepage and if you miss it you can link to the recording from a link on the Homepage too. Anita was a quiet unassuming but was always quick to offer tea every time I called to the house. She was very supportive of the work that Seamus was involved in and contributed to decision making and was very proud of her two children. She was a founding member of the Emyvale ICA and was the PRO for the organisation for a long number of years. She was very disappointed when the interest in the ICA in the area declined. She has now gone to her eternal rest. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam.
Anita McCluskey: With sadness I report the death of Anita McCluskey, nee Corrigan, Main Street, Emyvale, which occurred at Castleross Nursing Home on Wednesday May 6th 2020. Predeceased by Seamus RIP and mourned by daughter, Majella, and son Finian and their families and her brothers and sisters - John, Anna, Pat and Nora - and their families. Anita has been resident in Castleross for a number of years but her condition deteriorated in recent times and the family was with her in her final hours. The usual Thursday Mass at 10.00am, which is streamed by Murphy Video Services, will be offered for Anita and a Memorial Mass for her will be celebrated when the time is right. The link to the Mass is on the emyvale.net Homepage and if you miss it you can link to the recording from a link on the Homepage too. Anita was a quiet unassuming but was always quick to offer tea every time I called to the house. She was very supportive of the work that Seamus was involved in and contributed to decision making and was very proud of her two children. She was a founding member of the Emyvale ICA and was the PRO for the organisation for a long number of years. She was very disappointed when the interest in the ICA in the area declined. She has now gone to her eternal rest. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h- anam.
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