Published in the Leinster and Offaly Express on 04 July 2012
Doyle Carmel 38 The Downs, Portlaoise. Late of Chapel St., Durrow, Laois. Died 22-2-2011. Carmel's sisters and brother wish to express their sincere gratitude to all our relatives, friends and neighbours who lent their support in so many ways during Carmel's short illness and death. Thank you to all those who called at her home, attended the funeral Mass, sent Mass cards, sympathy cards and letters. Thank you to all her friends and colleagues at Bank of Ireland. Our deep gratitude to Canon Doherty P.P., Durrow, Fr. Jackie Robinson P.P., Borris-in-Ossory, Fr. John Lawlor, P.P., Camross, Canon Patrick Harvey, Abbeyleix. Thank you also to Lisdowney Choir for their beautiful singing. Our heartfelt thanks to John Phelan of Phelan's Undertakers, Durrow for his care and professionalism at a difficult time. Finally we wish to acknowledge our grateful thanks and appreciation for the wonderful care given to Carmel by the Nurses and Doctors in the ICU Units in Portlaoise and Tullamore Hospitals. It is hoped that this acknowledgement will be accepted as recognition of our deep appreciation to you all. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intenions.
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