James MCgovern Obituary, The Longford Eye Mourns James MCgovern’s Death

James MCgovern Obituary, Death – The following is some unfortunate news that we have to share with you, and it is with a heavy heart that we do so. This person had a kind and sensitive attitude, and many people in Longford and other places adored them. Drumcondra is located in Dublin; Aughavas is located in Leitrim; and Edgeworthstown is located in Longford. It was James MCGOVERN.

The mourners at The Longford Eye, including its employees and management, would want to extend their most sincere sympathies to the departed person’s loved ones and friends. We would like to use this opportunity to extend an invitation to each and every one of our readers, asking them to either leave a comment below or offer their sympathies.

Those who are going through a difficult time because of their loss may find a great deal of comfort in it.
Resting at his house on Tuesday, January 17 from 3 to 8 o’clock in the evening are his loving wife Peggy, his children Aidan, Vera, Nuala, Andy, and Eileen, his daughters-in-law Christina and Louise, and his sons-in-law Willie, Tristan, and Ciarán; his grandchildren Sean, Nikita, Karla, Henry, Leo, Bill, Pete, Jodi, Séamus, Tómas, Euan The Mass will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, and those attending are asked to report to the St. Vincent de Paul Church in Marino for the morning services. Following the conclusion of the service, the body will be laid to rest in the Dardistown Cemetery.

Those who are unable to attend the service but would still like to see it can do so live at Marino Parish. Those who are interested can contact the parish office for more information. May their soul rest in peace is a common Irish saying that can also be written as “Ar dheis Dé go raibh an n-anamacha.” Donations to the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland can be made in place of flowers at the website PAI Donations. Donations can be submitted through the website.

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