A reminder that the funeral of Dr. Richard McCarthy (59) will arrive from the UK to the Church of Saints Stephen and John here in Castleisland on this Friday evening at 7:30pm.
The death occurred on July 11th of Dr. Richard (Dick) McCarthy, Bexley, Kent, England and late of Castleisland, Co. Kerry, July 11th 2017 (Peacefully).
Son of the late Martin and Marjorie McCarthy, Castleisland. Sadly missed by his wife Anna (Sheehan, Charleville, Co. Cork), his children Michael, Ciara and Clare, sisters Renee (McCarthy, Castleisland) and Marion (Wall, Kilmurry, Co. Cork), his mother-in-law Rosarie, all extended family, relatives, work collegues and friends. Rest In Peace.
Remembered as a Fine Footballer
Since the announcement of the death of Dick McCarthy on July 11th it’s his football prowess that’s remembered most vividly here.
Though he left the area many years ago that special talent is remembered. No bad legacy.
In fact on hearing of his passing, Killarney Road native and now London resident, Tom Jameson sent the following message:
“Fantastic footballer in his youth. Played No 8/9/11 on the Desmonds U-16 Co Championship winning team. Played No 11 in the final against Stacks. Wonderful ball winner, and finisher with terrific speed and strength. Could shoot long range points all day.” May he rest in Peace.
Funeral arriving to Castleisland Parish Church on Friday evening July 28th 2017 at 7.30pm. Requiem Mass on Saturday morning July 29th 2017 at 11am.
Burial afterwards in Kilbanivane Cemetery Castleisland.
Date Published: Friday 14th July 2017. Date of Death: Tuesday 11th July 2017.
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