Dermot Culligan Obituary Ballsbridge, Dublin, Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club Member Has Died

Dermot Culligan Obituary, Death – Dermot Culligan passed away at this moment, and we are deeply sorry to have to inform you all of his loss. Sadness is weighing heavily on our hearts. Dermot was frequently spotted cheering for Kilmacud Crokes from the sidelines for more than 20 years. During that period, the club celebrated its centennial. In this awful time, Kathy and Eoin Culligan, along with the rest of the Culligan family and friends, are in our thoughts and prayers. May the gods bestow their blessings upon you.

CULLIGAN On January 3, 2023, Dermot, a previous resident of Ennis in County Clare and more recently of Ballsbridge in Dublin 4, passed away. He was a Ballsbridge inhabitant. Dermot died peacefully in the arms of his loved ones at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Elm Park after enduring a protracted period of therapy. His wife Kathy is content to be married to him because he is a devoted parent to their son Eoin. He shared this sentiment with the residents of his villages, who held a particular place in his heart.

His dedicated and loving wife Kathy, son Eoin, sister Emer, brothers Ronan, St. John, and Michael, and mother Mary, in addition to his sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends, will all miss him deeply. On Monday, January 9 from 5 to 7 p.m., the family will be present at Rom Massey & Sons Funeral Home to greet guests who have come to pay their respects. The crematorium may be found in The Cranford Centre, which has the address Stillorgan Road and the zip code D04 X446 (opposite UCD Flyover).

The funeral liturgy will take place on Tuesday, January 10, at 11 a.m. in Donnybrook’s Church of the Sacred Heart, located at D04 HW82. Following the service, the cremation will take place at the Mount Jerome Crematorium, which is located at D6W HY98.


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