Published in the Leinster and Offaly Express on 23 May 2012
Dowling(nee Bowe) Mary Rossnadough, Camross, Portlaoise, Co. Laois Died 28th February 2012 Mary's husband Junior, her son Ger and daughter Michelle, her brothers and sisters and extended family would like to thank most sincerely everyone who sympathised with us and supported us on our recent sad loss. We really appreciate and thank all our neighbours and friends. Thank you to those who called to the house, sent cards, letters, phone calls, floral tributes, and those who provided meals, confectionary and cakes to our home. Thanks to the doctors and staff at The Health Centre Mountrath, and special thanks to Miriam and all the nurses in Borris in Ossory Health Centre. Thanks also to Ms Dorothy Niall, Ms Helen Maloney and all the nurses and staff at Tullamore General Hospital. Thanks to Fr. John Lalor and Fr. Martin Delaney for the lovely funeral service. Special thanks to the Sacristan Sadie Delaney, the ICA guild for the guard of honour and all those who did readings at the Mass. Special thanks to the Kildare and Laois Rings Association for their kindness and continued support. Compliments also to Pat and Mary Coyne for the very efficient catering service provided. We are very grateful to Seamus Burke undertakers for the sensitive, efficient and professional service and we pay tribute to the gravediggers also. It is impossible to thank everyone individually, so please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our sincere thanks and appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.
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