Rip kilkenny. Death Notice of Conor Croke

Davy Kelly RIP

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Albert Place, Kilkenny City, Kilkenny, 5th February 2020, in the wonderful care of the staff at Archersrath Nursing Home, Maura, beloved mother of Renee, Elaine, Laura, Eamonn, Marcella, Rita, Joyce, Valerie and Joseph, sadly missed by her loving family, brother Joe, sons-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, extended family, neighbours and friends. I think for a long time to come we will all see Davy at that door when we drive into the car park, or his silhouette through the upstairs window, or standing at the back gate letting visiting teams into the dressing rooms, overseeing events at the top of the steps under the score board, smoking his cigarette and boy he loved the fags, at the top of the steps by the AstroTurf, sweeping out the dressing rooms, or out checking or lining the fields along with Kieran Lanigan who gives a lot of time to the Park. Beloved husband of Eileen and loving father of Michael, Thomas, Mairéad and Roisín. The current Covid-19 outbreak, has meant that funerals as we all know them are a thing of the past for now and although Davy probably would have preferred no fuss, it was very unfortunate that a man who gave so much to his club and local community could not get the type of send of he truly deserved. He will be deeply missed by his wife, sons, daughters, brother Fr. Rest In Peace Conor will be reposing in Power's Funeral Home, Ferrybank, on Sunday, 9th February, from 1.

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He won medals at U-16 and Minor level and was corner forward when the Lockes were unfortunately beaten by James Stephens in the Minor County Final in 1968. He was a proud Callan man, with the blue and saffron of John Lockes coursing through his veins. Deeply regretted by his heartbroken wife and best friend Bernie, his adoring family Sinead, Suzanne, Trisha, Diana, Cathy, Patrick and Maggie, sons in law, his 16 grandchildren, brothers John, Michael and James, sisters Catherine, Eileen, Margaret, Mary-Ann, Josephine, Bridget and Tina, uncles, aunts, brothers in law, sisters in law, nieces, nephews, relatives and a wide circle of friends. Their great passion was hurling and watching John Lockes and Kilkenny. Funeral Prayers on Saturday at 10am followed by removal to St.

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Conor Croke, Dangan, Kilmacow, Co. He delighted in seeing both pitches and the Astroturf full of children playing hurling and Gaelic football and when summertime came, Davy would spend from early morning to late in the evening working around the grounds and club house. He did everything in the gentlest quiet way, without offending, but it was always understood who the boss was. Peacefully at her residence on Friday, 6th March 2020. Tom Downey Kells Road, Kilkenny December 19th 2019 peacefully at his home. The Lockes would not have the fantastic facilities and pitches we have today, were it not for the dedication and work put in by Davy.

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Davy also had a passion for Laois football and that came about through his cousin Mary Munnelly from Arles in County Laois. Mary's Cathedral, arriving for Requiem Mass at 11am. Conor will be sadly missed by his loving parents Michael and Carmel nee Walsh , brother Damien, sisters Christine, Julie, Sheonagh and Kathleen, grandmother Brigid Walsh , brother-in-law Hugh, nieces Bambi and Paige, uncles, aunts, cousins, extended family, relatives and many friends. However, the phrase 'come together, by staying apart', was never as poignant, as it was on Sunday morning, when players, mentors and club officials stood metres apart while lining the streets as Davy was brought from the funeral parlour to the parish church, or as club members and friends stood at their cars to say their quiet goodbye to their dear friend as he made his way to Kilbride. Michael, sisters Rita Teehan and Claire Booth , daughter-in-law Shannon, future daughter-in-law Noreen, granddaughter Hayley, mother-in-law Anna May McNulty , in-laws, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Reposing in Phelan's Funeral Home, Durrow from 4pm on Friday with Rosary at 8pm. Burial will take place in Tulla Cemetery Threecastles after 12 o'clock Mass in St.

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The Club have been very lucky in recent years to play host to many big local and national fixtures, and every single team that visits complements John Lockes on the warm welcome they receive, the condition of the pitches and the great facilities on offer. Reposing on Sunday 8th March from 3 p. When his playing career was over Davy served as a club official for several years in the 1970s, as both Assistant Secretary and Secretary. As a youngster he played underage hurling with John Lockes and was a nifty corner forward in his day. He knew every team's fixtures, sometimes before they did, and was always able to give a review of how various games went and who played well. Funeral Mass on Monday at 11 a.

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Ironically Arles is the same parish that the late great Brother Damien Brenna came from. But there wasn't a bad bone in his body and he never spoke ill of anyone and even if there were troubled waters, he always remained diplomatic in adversity. No hand shaking or a gentle hug for those that are mourning. Predeceased by her partner Bernard Martin. Rest In Peace Reposing in Johnston's Funeral Home, John's Green, Kilkenny on Friday May 17th from 5pm with Funeral Prayers at 6. Beloved husband of Jane and loved father of Justin, Ciara and the late Hugh, father-in-law of Alex and Emer, grandad of Feargus, Lachlan, Joseph and Luke. Donation box in the Cathedral.

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Burial immediately afterwards in the Mill Cemetery. Predeceased by his parents Nicholas and Ellen, brother Jimmy and sister Carmel. Ross said the family were humbled by the numbers who came in support from the John Lockes and general community and in all the times Davy visited Arles he never let on how involved he was in the John Lockes, that was Davy, just a humble man. He loved nothing more than stopping to chat about how each of the teams in John Lockes were getting on, or how his beloved Kilkenny were doing. On Sunday last with beautiful blue skies above us, Davy David Kelly made his final journey to Kilbride cemetery to placed beside his beloved wife Bridie who sadly passed at a young age in 2001.

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