Nike magista obra 2 ag superflys on sale teresa Delaney, Derrylahan, Kiltimagh, who died recently following a short illness, was held in very high regard throughout the Kiltimagh community. She was formerly O’Donnell from Keelogues, Ballyvary and was predeceased by her husband Michael and also by her son Michael who died at the age of 17.
Michael and Teresa raised a family of five, three daughters and two sons. The death of young Michael back in 1995 was a huge cross for them to shoulder. Michael was a pupil in the St Louis Secondary School in the town and died following a very brief illness. The community rallied behind the family and there was a huge outpouring of grief during that sad time.
Like so many of her generation, Teresa emigrated to America where she worked for a number of years in Chicago and New York. But she returned home to Mayo and soon afterwards met Mike Delaney from Derrylahan and they married in 1965 and settled in the village.
In his homily at the funeral Mass in Kiltimagh, Fr Paddy Kilcoyne told the congregation that there were two things that were important in Teresa’s life her faith and her family.
“She was a very superflys on sale spiritual person and the practice of her faith brought great joy and contentment in her life. She really enjoyed taking part in superflys on sale the Mass and her prayers and doing the extra and special devotions like the Knock Novena every August, attending the allnight vigils and climbing Croagh Patrick. They were all done not out of a sense of duty but out of a sense of privilege. Teresa found great consolation and strength from her strong faith at the time of Michael’s death and accepted the cross with great dignity,
Fr Kilcoyne said her vocation in life as a wife and mother was lived in an exemplary fashion. “Teresa was a very caring person and was always doing her best to make life happy for those around her, especially her husband and children. She worked hard, always happy to be doing something whether in the home or helping with the work on the farm.
“She loved to keep in touch nike magista obra 2 ag with the extended family in various parts of the world. Indeed, most of her own family has also emigrated Mary and Anne to New York and John to Belgium. Margaret has always been at home with her parents and, in latter years, with her mother since her father died in 2006.
“We are here today to celebrate the end of a very good life, the earthy end of a very nice person, a person who lived her life with dignity and gentleness and kindness. Teresa was loved and respected by many people and they are saddened at her leaving us. Rarely have I said superflys on sale this about someone but didn’t need too many prayers. She appreciated the great privilege it is to participate in the Mass on a regular basis and she lived an exemplary life,
Teresa is survived by her daughters Margaret, Mary and Anne, son John, brothers Luke (Chicago), Mike (Castlebar) and Jim (Belcarra), sisters Ann (New York) and Bridie (San Francisco), inlaws, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and many friends. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam uasal. May she have peaceful rest superflys on sale nike magista obra 2 ag.