Ann Harkin Obituary, Death – She passed away in a calm and dignified manner at the residence of Ann Harkin in Altahalla, County Monaghan, which was her place of residence at the time of her passing. She was a loving mother to her children Liam, Kathleen, Marie, Noreen, and Pauline, but sadly, her husband Willie passed away before she could join him in motherhood. Willie had already left when she finally left. Her mortal remains will be laid to rest at her home this evening at six o’clock, and the Eircode F93 K6D5 one-way system will be in effect for the event.
The funeral will leave from that site on Wednesday, January 25, at 10:30 in the morning. The date is also January 25. After that, the funeral will proceed to St. Mary’s Church in Clonmany for the requiem ceremony at eleven in the morning. The burial will take place in the cemetery that is directly adjacent to the church, which is where the service was performed earlier. Flowers should only be sent by those who are related to the deceased. If you would rather make a donation in place of sending flowers, you are more than welcome to do so. You can send it to the Ash ward at Buncrana Community Hospital in County, any member of the family, or Comiskey Funeral Directors.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Between the hours of midnight and eleven in the morning, you are kindly requested to respect the privacy of individuals who live there. Simply navigate your web browser to the address www.churchservices.tv/clonmany in order to view the Funeral Mass that is currently being broadcast live over the internet. Everyone who knew and loved Ann, including her family, her friends, and anyone else who was a part of that group, will be utterly heartbroken by the news of her passing. Jesus, if you have a holy heart, have mercy on her for she has sinned and is in need of your forgiveness. If you could say a prayer for her, Lady Knock, it would be greatly appreciated by me. Thank you.