Michael Mellerick

Glenageary, Co. Dublin and formerly of Belfast.

16th March 2021

MILLERICK (Carysfort Nursing Home, Glenageary, Co. Dublin and formerly of Talbot Hall, Irish Life Centre, Dublin 1 and late of St. Mry’s Teacher Training College, Belfast) – March 16th 2021 (peacefully) in the wonderful care of the staff at Carysfort Nursing Home. Michael; dearly beloved son of the late Dr. William Millerick and Molly Millerick and loving brother of the late William. Sadly missed by his many cousins, the

O’Boyle, Millerick and Hall families, all his friends especially Peter Kelly and Peter Doyle. 

May he rest in peace. 

Due to government advice regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place tomorrow Saturday (March 20th) at 10.30am at the Chapel of Rest at Patrick O’Donovan & Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin followed thereafter by cremation at Glasnevin Crematorium at 12.20pm. To view the funeral service live click on this link https://Livestream.absentfriends.ie/MichaelMilleri... and the crematorium click  on this link  https://www.mcnmedia.tv/cameras/glasnevin-cemetery . For those who would have liked to attend the funeral but cannot due to Covid-19 restrictions can leave a personal message on Michael’s Obituary Notice by clicking on the condolence section below.



18/03/2021 by Kathleen and Edel Millerick - Kilcredan

May Michael rest in peace.

20/03/2021 by Robert and Sinéad O’Boyle

We were very sad to hear of the passing of Michael, he was a lovely man and will be much missed. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam, from the Paris O’Boyles.

21/03/2021 by Collie McCaffrey

Sincere condolences to the family from the St.Mary’s history class of 1996. A gentleman.

22/03/2021 by James Grant

Esteemed colleague and friend over many years in the College History Department. A true Christian knight and gentleman. Requiescat in pace

23/03/2021 by Marian Curran

I am very sorry for your sad loss. Michael was a friend and colleague for many years in St Mary’s in Belfast. He was loved and respected by all. We all loved his humour and his sense of fun. His students all held him in deep love and respect . May he rest in peace.

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