James (Jim) Smyth


James (Jim) Smyth

Sallynoggin and formerly of Glasthule, Co. Dublin. February 13th 2022 SMYTH (Sallynoggin and formerly of Glasthule, Co. Dublin) – February 13th 2022 (peacefully) at St. Vincent’s University Hospital. James (Jim) (late of Guinness Ireland and F.W.U.I.); dearly beloved husband and best friend of Connie, much loved father of Christine, John, Patricia, Jimmy and Ken, pre-deceased by his son Gerard, granddaughter Edel and great-grandson baby Cillian. Sadly missed by his loving wife, daughters, sons, daughters-in-law Catherine, Rhona and Ruth, his 16 grandchildren, 35, great-grandchildren, his great-great-granddaughter, extended family and friends. May he rest in peace. Family flowers please. Donations if desired to Capuchin Day Centre. Donations box at the rear of the church beside the condolence book or donations may be made on line by clicking on this link https://www.capuchindaycentrer.ie Reposing at Patrick O’Donovan & Son Funeral Home Sallynoggin on Thursday (Feb 17th) from 5pm with a gathering of family and friends for 7pm prayer service (all welcome to attend). Removal from his home on Saturday (Feb 19th) to Our Lady of Victories Church, Sallynoggin arriving for 10am Requiem Mass, followed thereafter by interment at Deans Grange Cemetery. To view Jim’s funeral mass live click on this link https://www.churchservices.tv/sallynoggin For those who would have liked to attend Jim’s funeral but are unable to can leave a personal message of sympathy on the notice section on the condolence section below (all those attending the funeral home on Thursday and all those attending the funeral mass on Saturday must still wear face coverings/masks and hand sanitise in line with current Government Covid-19 Public Health Guidelines).

 

Comments 16/02/2022 by Paul Depuis SIPTU Sincere Condolences to my colleague John and his family on the passing of their dear father Jim, May he Rest In Peace.

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