Dympna Brady

Dympna Brady

The death occurred peacefully in Essex, England recently of Dympna Brady, formerly Smith from Glasscarrick, Loughduff. Deceased who was aged 78 emigrated at a young age and eventually met and settled down with her husband Tommie Brady from Clonoose and reared a family of three. Sadly Tommie passed away 12 years ago which was a great blow to Dympna and her extended family as was the death of her sister, Bridget some years ago. During her exile Dympna always had a strong connections with her native parish and along with her family visited annually and later acquired a residence in Middletown. She will be sadly missed by her children, Dympna, Caroline and Anthony, grandchildren, sister Maureen Harten, brothers Jimmy, Paddy, Mick and Donie,  brother in law, sisters in law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends to whom we extend our sincere sympathy. Fr. Frank Gray P.P. presided at the concelebrated funeral on Saturday last in St. Mary’s Church, Ballynarry and burial took place to adjoining cemetery. May she rest in peace.

Clothes collection

Wednesday, January 22nd, for Kenya, Africa, at both Churches and hall, clean items only – clothing, curtains, bed linen, towels and shoes (pairs).

GFC Lotto

Draw took place on Thursday 9th January 2013 in The Hideaway, Cloncovid. Numbers drawn: 8,10,15,18. No winner of €17,000 jackpot. €100 Frankie & Mary Sullivan, Dring; €25 Judy Cunneen, c/o J/ Coyle; €25 Ml Cadden, Middletown; €25 Charlie Brady, Killycasson; €25 Seamus Reilly, Callanagh.

Mullahoran Ladies

Will resume their “fun, fit and health club” this Thursday, 16th January from 8pm until 9pm in Our Lady of Lourdes Park. 10 week course costing €40, all levels of fitness welcome.


Sadly there were a number of families bereaved in the area around the Christmas period. We extend our sincere sympathy to Margaret Matthews and family, Toome, Dring on the death of husband and father Jim, recently. Also to Tom Ml Reilly, Clonoose, Kilcogy on the untimely death of wife and mother, Ethna, following a long illness. Also to the wife and children of the late Terry Galligan, Ballinagh. May they rest in peace.