Funeral Notices

Professor John MONAGHAN

The death has occurred of Professor John MONAGHAN
Dublin

Professor John Monaghan, Emeritus Fellow, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, TCD, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, IEI, Men Against Cancer and ARC. 14th January 2018, peacefully at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross surrounded by his loving family. Darling husband to Catherine and much loved dad to Ciara, Conor and Caitríona. John will be deeply missed by his family, sister Pauline and treasured grandchildren Hannah, Donagh, Lily and Baby Monaghan, sons-in-law Anthony & Raymond, daughter-in-law Diana, extended family and a wide circle of friends.

May he rest in peace

Reposing at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross tomorrow Tuesday between 3pm and 6pm. Funeral Mass on Wednesday morning at 11am in Our Lady’s Nativity Church, Leixlip followed by burial in Mount Venus Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Our Lady’s Hospice. All enquiries to Massey Bros. on 01 4574455.

Massey Bros. Clondalkin

Clondalkin Village,
Dublin 22

Massey Bros. Clondalkin

Clondalkin Village,
Dublin 22

Tel: 01 457 4455
International Phone: +353 1 457 4455
Out of hours tel (24/7): 01 453 3333

E: margaret@masseybros.com

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Update on ease of Government restrictions on funeral services, as of Monday 6th September.


Numbers attending funerals

From Monday 6th September 2021, all funeral venues (including churches, crematoria and other venues) can accommodate 50% of their usual capacity – this will, obviously, vary depending on the venue and our funeral directors will confirm exact capacities with the venues.

Reposings/Wakes

The 50% capacity rule also applies to funeral homes/chapels of repose. However, Irish Association of Funeral Directors is advising its members to take a cautious approach to the re-introduction of public wakes at their premises. From a practical point of view, it may be difficult to manage the numbers attending a funeral home and to prevent an unsafe situation from developing. Families should consider continuing with private reposings for family only or by family invitation instead.

The following safety guidelines should continue to be followed;

  • Mask-wearing in all indoor settings
  • Physical distancing
  • No hand-shaking
  • No condolence books
  • Provision of hand sanitiser
  • Use of directional and safety signage
  • One-way systems in funeral homes where possible
  • Regular hand-washing, coughing & sneezing etiquette and surface sanitising