3 April 2008 Edition

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Notices

I nDíl Chuimhne

1 April 1980: Volunteer Robert CARR, Newry Brigade, 2 April 1987: Volunteer Laurence MARLEY, Belfast Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 2 Apr 1992: Danny CASSIDY, Sinn Féin, 4  April 1971 Volunteer Tony HENDERSON, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion, 4  April  1989: Volunteer Gerard CASEY, North Antrim Brigade, 4 April 1994 Volunteer John O’RAWE, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion, 5  Apr 1976 Volunteer Sean McDermott, Belfast Brigade, 1st Battalion. “The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” – Liam Mellows. Always remembered by the Republican Movement.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In loving memory of my dear brother Gerard died 4 April 1989. No special day is needed for me to think of you for you were always special and I thought the world of you. Remembered with pride by Eamonn,  Ann and family.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In loving memory of my dear uncle Gerard died 4 April 1989. Always loved, never forgotten by Natasha
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my dear brother Gerard died 4 April 1989. Time slips away and life goes on, but in my heart you are never gone. Always remembered by Rosaleen and Martin
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my father Gerard Casey. A silent thought a silent tear, a silent wish you were still here. Always remembered by your loving daughter Tara, Andrew and grandson Gerard.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. Deep are the memories, precious they stay, no passing of time cane take them away. Always loved and remembered by your wife Úna.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey. If memories keep us close, we are never far apart, you are always on my mind and forever in my heart. Always remembered and loved by your son Kevin.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey. I was only three months old Dad when the evil hit our home. I just want you to know I love you and have been told so much. God bless you Dad. You were one of the best. Always loved and remembered by your daughter Geraldine and partner Gary.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of my father Volunteer Gerard Casey, murdered 4 April 1989. They say there is a reason, they say that time will heal. But neither time nor reason will change the way I feel. Always loved and never forgotten by your son Paul, Noeleen and grand children Orla and Erin.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of gerard who was murdered on 4 April 1989, Always in our thoughts and prayers.  Prayed for and remembered daily Kevin, Kathleen, Gerard and Cathal.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Gerard who was murdered on 4 April 1989,  Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Rembered always Aunt Annie.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade). In loving memory of a dear brother Volunteer Gerard Casey who will never be forgotten. The pride we have for you still lingers, a true soldier and brave Volunteer. We salute you forever our true Volunteer. Will those who think of him today say a little prayer to Jesus say.  From Danny, sister Bernie and family.
CASEY, Gerard (North Antrim Brigade) In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Casey, North Antrim Brigade, Óglaigh na hÉireann, who was killed by a pro-British death squad on 4 April 1989. “The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free” – Liam Mellows. Always remembered by the North Antrim Comhairle Ceanntair, Gerard Casey Cumann, Rasharkin; Malachy Carey Cumann, Loughgiel; Roger Casement Cumann, Ballymena; Joe Cahill Cumann, Ballycastle; Patrick Kinney Cumann, The Glens; Hogan and Martin Cumann, Dunloy; John Davey Cumann, Glenarm; Kieran Nugent Cumann, Carnlough and the North Antrim and South Derry Republican Graves Association.
FLYNN Séamus.  In a proud and loving memory of my twin brother Séamus who died (Easter Saturday) 7 April 2007. Words cannot explain the emptiness in our lives, but when we remember you it is with laughter with us,Santa maria de cuba watch over him. Love Kieran,Clare, nephews,  Caoimhghin, Conchorhar, Odhrán, Ruairí nieces Áine and Aoife and great neice Lucy.
FLYNN, Séamus. In loving memory of my husband and our daddy Séamus.Who died 7 April 2007.A daily thought a silent tear, a constant wish that you were here. Loved and missed by his wife Tosie, children Séamus óg, Katrina, Eoin, Paddy and Raicheal.xox
FLYNN, Séamus. In loving memory of my son Séamus who died 7 April 2007, who always makes me proud, you were so very special you stood out in a crowd. My words I speak are plain but no words were ever written to discribe this aching pain. Dearly loved and greatly missed by his loving mother Alice. Santa Maria de Cuba pray for him.xox
FLYNN, Séamus. In proud and loving memory of Séamus Flynn who died 7 April 2007. Always remembered and greatly missed by your friends and comrades in the Sinn Féin Siopa and office Monaghan Town.
FLYNN, Séamus. In proud and loving memory of Séamus Flynn who died 7 April 2007. Always remembered by the editor and staff of An Phoblacht.
FLYNN, Séamus. In proud an loving memory of Séamus, a dear friend and dedicated republican who was sadly taken from us on 7 April 2007. Always remembered by Bernie Bonar, Eddie Travers, Tam Daly and Lousie McGuinness and the Volunteer McIlvenna RFB, Glasgow.
KELLY, Timmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Timmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993. “If they aren’t able to destroy the desire for freedom, they wont break you. They won’t break me because the desire for freedom and the desire for freedom of the Irish people is in my heart. The day will dawn when all the people of Ireland will have the desire for freedom to show. It is then we’ll see the rising of the moon.” – Bobby Sands. We will always remember you with love and pride. Always remembered by your father, sisters and brother.
KELLY, Timmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Timmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993. “The Republic stands for truth and honour. For all that is noblest in our race. By truth and honour, principle and sacrifice alone will Ireland be free.” Always remembered proudly by the McPeake family, Tullyheron, Maghera.
KELLY, Timmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Timmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993.
KELLY, Timmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Timmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann. Murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993.
KELLY, Timmy (South Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Timmy Kelly South Derry Brigade Óglaigh na hÉireann, murdered by pro-British agents on 25 March 1993.
LOGUE, Gerard (Derry Brigade). In proud and loving memory of Volunteer Gerard Logue Derry Brigade died 22 March 1987. Remembered with pride by the Logue/Marley Cumman Crumlin.

Comhbhrón

DEERING. Sincere sympathy to the family of Billy Derring who died suddenly on Thursday last. Remembered fondly by all his friends in the Logue/Marley Cumman Crumlin
De PAOR. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends of the late Laoise de Paor who died recently. From Micheál Hennessy Cork City.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our vice chair Cora on the recent death of her father Colm. From Officers and members South and East Belfast Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our friend and comrade Cora on the recent death of her father Colm. From Officers and members Martin/Treacy Cumann, Trá Ghearr.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our friend, comrade and Chairperson Cora on the recent death of her father Colm. From Officers and members Nolan/ Downey Cumann, Belfast.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our friend and comrade Cora on the recent death of her father Colm. From Officers and members Winifred Carney Cumann, Stranmillis, Belfast.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our friend and comrade Cora on the recent death of her father Colm. From officers and members Marie Wright Cumann, Balmoral, Belfast.
GROOGAN. Deepest sympathy to our friend and comrade Cora on the recent death of her father Colm.From Conor, Philomena and family, Trá Ghearr.
McCARTHY. Deepest sympathy is extended to wife and family, brothers and sister of the late Paddy McCarthy from Councillor Martin and Eillen Hallinan.
NIXON. Deepest sympathy to my friend and comrade Paddy on the death of his mother Teresa. From Conor, Philomena and family, Trá Ghearr.
NIXON. Deepest sympathy to our friend and comrade Paddy on the death of his mother Teresa. Your comrades in the Nolan/ Downey Cumann, Belfast.

Buíochas
The family of Brian Keenan would like to thank the supporters and especially the organising committee of the recent Le Chéile event held in Dublin. The camaraderie and warmth shown at the event were an inspiration.
Áine Nic Gabhann wishes to thank everyone involved in the recent Le Chéile event for their support and comradeship.
Warmest thanks to everyone who contributed in any way towards making the Le Chéile event such a great success.  It was a wonderful occasion and a great honour. From Ella O’Dwyer.
Kathleen Glavey extends sincere thanks to all her comrades on her nomination as Connaught honouree for the recent Le Chéile event.
Sincere thanks to everyone involved in the organisation of this year’s Le Chéile event. From John Slaven


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