Mary Durcan Obituary, Death – Following the tragic news that Mary Kathleen Durcan (nee Reddington), who resided in Middletown, Manulla, Castlebar, County Mayo, had passed away, members of the Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club have extended their deepest and most sincere condolences to the family and friends of the departed. Mary Kathleen Durcan (nee Reddington) had been a resident of Middletown, Manulla, Castlebar, County Mayo.
Mary Kathleen Durcan (also known as Mary Kathleen Reddington) resided in Castlebar, Middletown, and Manulla at various points in her life. At different times in her life, Mary Kathleen Durcan, who was also known as Mary Kathleen Reddington, called the cities of Castlebar, Middletown, and Manulla home. At different times in her life, Mary Kathleen Durcan (formerly Reddington) called the cities of Castlebar, Middletown, and Manulla her homes.
Mary Kathleen was the mother of Kevin, who worked for our organization as a youth coach. In addition to Kevin’s mother, Mary Kathleen was also the grandmother of Paddy, James, Mark, Gary, Gavin, and Conal. Kevin was born to Mary Kathleen, who was also his mother. Kevin is the name of the baby boy Mary Kathleen gave birth to. In addition to this, she was Kevin’s mother, and Kevin’s mother later became a youth coach for our organization after being hired by our organization to work here.
Mary Kathleen’s battle with an illness that had lasted for a very long time ultimately came to an unsuccessful conclusion in the year 2010, and she passed away in that year. On the evening of Wednesday, December 7th, the body will be present at Coady’s Funeral Home on Linenhall Street in Castlebar, beginning at four in the evening and continuing until seven o’clock in the evening. The viewing will take place in Castlebar. When the funeral home opens its doors for the evening, this will get underway.
The area around Castlebar is home to both the funeral home and the chapel where the services will be held. Following the funeral mass, which will be held at St. Joseph’s Church in Keelogues on December 8 at noon, the funeral will then proceed to Keelogues Cemetery. The church dedicated to St. Joseph can be found in the neighborhood of Keelogues. St. Joseph’s Church, which was the church that the individual who passed away attended, is going to be the location of the funeral mass.
The funeral mass and the memorial service are going to be held on the same day. Both services will be held in the church. The general public is welcome to attend either of these events or both of them. During this extremely challenging time, we want the Durcan family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers and that we are thinking about and praying for them. We also want them to know that we are thinking about and praying for them.
Additionally, we want them to be aware that we are contemplating and praying for them at this time. In addition, we want them to be aware that during this time we are thinking about and praying for them both individually and collectively.