Valerie Ryan

Deansgrange, Co. Dublin and formerly of Stroud Riley.

1st July 2020

RYAN (Deansgrange and formerly of Stroud Riley) Sunrise June 6th Sunset July 1st, peacefully at home after a long illness very bravely borne, surrounded by her forever heartbroken family. Valerie; survived by her loving husband and best friend Thomas, son Adrian, daughters Louisa and Jolene, daughter-in-law Natasha. grandchildren Mark, Alex, Owen, Jodi and Jemma. She also survived by her sisters Pauline and Dorothy, sisters- in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family also her beloved dog Dolly.

May she rest in peace

House private please. Removal this Saturday morning from her home at 10.30am to the Church of the Holy Family, Kill-o’the-Grange arriving for 10.45am Requiem Mass with funeral immediately afterwards to Shanganagh Cemetery, Shankill to live stream the church go to Those who would have liked to attend the funeral, but due to the current restrictions cannot, are welcome to leave a personal message on the condolence section below. Donations in lieu of flowers to Blackrock Hospice/Irish Cancer Society.

We would like to extend our extreme gratitude to our wonderful family, friends and neighbours, in particular Bill. We also offer our sincere and heartfelt thanks to James and Beaumont hospital & Blackrock Hospice for their care towards Mum. We are forever grateful for giving us this precious time. Mum lead an incredible life and touched so many people’s hearts. She lived for her family and in particular her grandchildren who she adored. She loved the simple things in life and always happy to help anyone she could. Truly selfless and beautiful both inside and out.

“Your like rock and roll and champagne all in one”.

Until we meet again Queen.
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