The death has occurred of Bertha McCullagh – Ó Briain, née Ní Churtaín, Limerick / Tralee, Kerry / Dublin, Late of Castleisland, Tralee and Dublin.
Former pupil of the Coláiste Íde, former principal of the Holy Faith seconday school Clontarf, lecturer in Maynooth University and Mater Dei institute Dublin.
Peacefully in the loving care of nurses and staff of Milbrae House Nursing Home, Newport.
Very deeply regretted by her partner Máirtín Ó Briain, son Niall, daughter-in-law Emily, grandchildren Rian, Aaron and Eoghan, step-children Patrick, Emma, Megan and Anton.
Sadly missed by the Curtin and the McGillicuddy families in Tralee and Castleisland; seven nieces, sister-in-law Dolores, brother-in-law Brian, members of the McCullagh family and her many friends in education, the arts, literary and poetry circles.
Bhí dúil aici i gcultúr na tíre agus grá d’ár dteanga dúchais.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis, guimís leaba sámh i measc na naomh dí. Slán, ma femme de coeur!
Arriving at 10.45am Thursday, 16th Sept., for 11.00am Requiem Mass in St Munchin’s Church, with burial afterwards in Mt St Oliver Cemetery. Mass will be live streamed on the link here: https://www.live95fm.ie/obituaries/bertha-mccullagh-o-briain-nee-ni-churtain/
Please ensure social distancing and public health advice is adhered to.
Messages of sympathy, cards and letters can be sent to Cross’s Funeral Directors, 2 Lower Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick.
Date Published: Monday 13th September 2021. Date of Death: Sunday 12th September 2021.
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