The death has occurred of:
Sally Mullan (née Bradley)
The family of the late Sally Mullan (Nee Bradley) 241 Carnhill wish to express their sincere thanks for the many gestures of kindness shown to them following the sad passing of their mum, sister, aunt, mother-in-law, grandmother, and great grandmother.
Love and gratitude is extended to all those who cared for mum during her illness, Hospice nurses, district nurses, Marie Curie, Bryson care team and Doctor Lee Casey for all the kindness and respect shown to mum at all times. We are truly grateful to you all.
To staff at Racecourse pharmacy and Belmont pharmacy, culmore road. Thank you so much for all your help.
Sincere thanks to Mums many friends., our neighbours and entire family circle, who visited her at home during her illness and offered practical and emotional support to us at this very difficult time. (Sal’s Angels)
To those who sent messages of condolences on social media, cards, floral tributes. Brought food, attended the wake, funeral, and burial, those who made charitable donations and helped us in any small way, Thank you.
To those who travelled long distances to be with us, especially our dear friends from Rathmullan, Thank you.
Grateful thanks to al the priests who visited mum in hospital, at home and attended the wake, especially Monsignor Mc Canny, Fr Francis Bradley, Fr Gerard Mongan, Fr Eugene Boland, and Fr Michael Mc Gaughey. Thank you so much.
Special thanks to Fr Sean O Donnell for his many visits to mum during her illness and for his spiritual guidance at this most difficult time for our family. For the beautiful requiem mass, homily and for the unique way of making us feel at ease and at peace. Thank you so much.
To all who took part in the mass, the readers, those who brought up the gifts, to Isobal and Erin for the uplifting music and singing. Thank you all.
Sean Carr for the sensitive and professional handling of the funeral arrangements, Thank you.
As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our appreciation to all those who helped in any way.
The holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered for your intentions.
Mum was a very kind and loving person whose generous nature, infectious laugh and smile touched so many people’s lives. Her faith was a great part of her life and brought her so much comfort and peace in difficult times.
We pray her spirit, kindness and generosity will live on in all of us, until we meet again.
St Anthony Pray for her.
Queen of the most holy rosery, pray for her.
Sally’s month mind mass will be celebrated at st Brigid’s, Carnhill on Thursday 25th May at 6.30pm