John Mooney

Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin and formerly of St. Kevin's Square, Bray, Co. Wicklow.

7th January 2021

MOONEY (Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin and formerly of St. Kevin’s Square, Bray, Co. Wicklow) – January 7th 2020 (peacefully) in the presence of his daughter Connie and in the loving care of the staff at Cairnhill Nursing Home, Bray. John; devoted husband to the late Phyllis and wonderful dad to his children Caroline, Brendan, Edel, Connie and Barbara. Sadly missed by his loving daughters, son, daughter-in-law Aideen, sons-in-law Harry, Martin V, Gary and Martin K, his grandchildren Mark, Claudine, Martin, Ian, Gary, Lee, Luke, Soracha, Ciarán, Claire and Conor, great-granddaughters Leah and Lily, great-grandsons Ollie and Evan, extended family and friends. No flowers please, donations if desired to Dementia Ireland (https://dementia.ie) or the National Counsel for the Blind (https://www.ncbi.ie).


May he rest in peace.

Due to government advice regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place on Saturday (Jan 9th) at 11am at the Church of the Holy Family, Kill-o’-the-Grange followed by interment at Springfield Cemetery, Ballywaltrim, Bray. To view the Funeral Mass live click on this link Holy Family Parish Live Webcam Stream | MCN Media Live Streaming Kill Avenue. 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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07/01/2021 by Joe Cashin

I got to meet John a long number of years ago , a gentleman to the core, when Brendan and myself took our two dads and my father in law to the November Cheltenham festival. We laughed for two days. Alas all three of them are gone now but the memory will live on. RIP John

10/01/2021 by Graham Hudson

Uncle John. You will sadly missed by all of your extended family. We have great memories of you taking me and my brothers to lots of different places in your car. Also giving us a lift in the laundry van. The service was beautiful and the tributes lovely and heartfelt. Lots of love still from Graham, Jenny and Lydia

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