Francis (Fran) Kennedy

St. Fintan's Villas, Deansgrange and formerly of Shankill and Monaloe, Co. Dublin.

8th May 2021

KENNEDY (St. Fintan’s Villas, Deansgrange and formerly of Shankill and Monaloe, Co. Dublin) - May 8th 2021 (suddenly) at St. Vincent’s University Hospital. Francis (Fran); dearly beloved husband and best friend of Fiona, much loved father of Sheila, John and Dee. Sadly missed by his loving wife, daughters, son, daughter-in-law Niamh, son-in-law Paul, grandchildren Chloe, Katie and Callum, extended family and friends.

 

May he rest in peace.

Due to government advice regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place on Thursday (May 13th) at 1.45 p.m. at the Victorian Chapel, Mount Jerome Cemetery, followed thereafter by cremation.

 

To view the service live go to https://vimeo.com/event/153499 

 

The funeral Cortège will pass the family home at approximately 1 p.m. (approx) for anyone who would like to pay their respects to the Fran and the Murphy/Kennedy Families.

 

For those who would have liked to attend the funeral but cannot due to Covid-19 restrictions can leave a personal message on the condolence section below.

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09/05/2021 by Caroline O Neilk

Fiona so sorry for your loss May he Rest in peace. Thinking of you at this sad time x

09/05/2021 by Ann dodd

Sorry for your. Loss Fiona Dee and family thinking of you’s at this sad time may fran RIP

09/05/2021 by Cliona Fsgan

My heartfelt sympathies to Fiona, Sheila. John, Dee grandchildren, friends and family. Fran"s loss has been a shock to all and I wish I hsd got to say goodbye to you but you were taken too soon I have worked with Fran for close to 10years as he was our caretaker at work I say our caretaker dearly with the greatest sense of loss and sadness. I will miss his big gummy smile so much and how he has pronounced my name wrong for 10 years when I eventually gave up telling him the correct way to say it. Fran and I have been through many things over the years and he was the most reliable person I know I would tease Fran about how long he took to do something at work, but when he did get to it in his calmly manner it was done with patience and precision. Fran was a man of few words and was content in his own quietness. We will miss him driving around in the work golf buggy which became know as 'Frans Buggy' amongst the team at work when he didn't like to share it ! He blamed his dodgy knees ! Fran we will miss you terribly and everytime I look at a can of coke i will forever remember you and your love of drinking coke. I found an empty can yesterday on my doorstep and I'm taking that as a sign sent from you ... Rest in peace our gentle giant i will miss you Love Cliona xx ( aka Boss as you used to call me )

09/05/2021 by John and Susan Finn

Thinking of you Fiona and family. So sorry for your loss x

10/05/2021 by Lorraine Darcy

So very sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace. Thinking of you all x

10/05/2021 by Helen Rynne

I'm very sorry for your loss x RIP Fran

10/05/2021 by Casey Evans

What a huge loss for all Dean's family and many friends and colleagues. I was a tenant in Central Park for a decade and will remember Fran's kindness and also his sense of humour . My condolences and prayers are with you x

11/05/2021 by Edyta

With a heavy heart, I am forced to say goodbye to the man of very few words but the greatest heart and kindest smile! will always remember you hanging out above our office on your break watching the world pass by ...Fran, you were taken away from us too soon! My heart goes out to your Family, hope prayers will keep you strong in this devastating time [*]

11/05/2021 by Nora and Niall

Our deepest heartfelt condolence Fiona to you and the family at this sad sad time.you are in our thoughts may Fran rest in peace.

13/05/2021 by Cosmin Graur

Condolences to his family...had the pleasure of work with him RIP Fran

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