The death has occurred of Denis Nolan, (56) of No. 34 St. Stephen’s Park, Castleisland, Co. Kerry and formerly of No. 2 St. Stephen’s Park, Castleisland.
Suddenly, at his residence, on September 28th. 2020.
Sadly missed by his loving parents John and Margaret, brothers: Donal, John, Brendan and Pádraig, sisters: Liz, Margaret and Marie, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. May His Gentle Soul Rest In Peace.
Smiles at the Mention of his Name
To leave this world and to have the mention of your name, or nickname, be the cause of bringing smiles to the faces of those who knew you is an epitaph that can be applied with sincerity only to the few.
In a town noted for its penchant for nicknames, the late Denis Nolan’s legion of friends knew him by a name that I’ve heard various versions of and I’m not even going to attempt to spell here.
That they will miss him terribly as the dark nights and short days of winter approach is an inevitable consequence when someone so full of the joys of life suddenly departs the great stage of life and the cast or circle of family and friends.
Our condolences to his grieving parents, Johnny and Margaret and to his brothers and sisters, nephews and nieces on their untimely loss.
A private family funeral will take place for Denis with his Requiem Mass on Friday morning at 11am in the Church of Saints Stephen and John.
Mass will be followed by burial in Kilbanivane Cemetery, Castleisland.The Mass will be live-streamed through the link below.
Funeral Cortège Through Castleisland
Please note, the funeral cortège will depart Tangney’s Funeral Home at 10.30 am on Friday morning, on route to the church and will depart at 12 noon approximately and travel up Main Street, en route to the cemetery.
Date Published: Wednesday 30th September 2020. Date of Death: Monday 28th September 2020.
The Mass for the late Denis Nolan will be live-streamed on: http://www.churchservices.tv/castleisland
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