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Jean (Jeanie) Loy (née O'Hanlon).

Jean (Jeanie) Loy (née O'Hanlon).

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. 4th August 2021 LOY (née O’Hanlon) (Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin) – August 4th 2021 (peacefully) surrounded by her loving family at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park. Jean (Jeanie); dearly beloved wife of Conn, much loved mother of Aoife, Orlaith and Ciara. She will be greatly loved and missed by her loving husband, daughters, their partners Ronan and Blayne, brothers-in-law Jackie, Tony and Chris, sisters-in-law Sheelagh and Sheila, nieces Sara Jane and Roísín, nephew Christopher, extended family, friends, colleagues and students. May she rest in peace No flowers please. Donations, if desired, to Irish Society for Autism. Donations can be made on line at Reposing at Patrick O’Donovan and Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin on Sunday (August 8th) from 2pm to 4pm with strict Covid-19 guidelines in place. Removal on Monday (August 9th) to Our Lady of Victories Church, Sallynoggin (maximum 50 persons) arriving for 10am Requiem Mass. Funeral immediately afterwards to Mount Jerome Crematorium, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W for 12.15pm committal service. To view the Funeral Mass live go to link and to view the service at the crematorium live go to 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. The funeral cortege will pass the family home at approximately 11.20am for those who would like to pay respects to Jeanie and family.


Comments 07/08/2021 by Paul Kavanagh I am lost for words On all few ocasions I was in Jeanie's company She was a lovely gentle sole please accept Liz and my condolences.RIP. My thoughts are with you and the girls. 09/08/2021 by Jenny Dickson So sorry I couldn’t be there with you or for you Conn, Aoife, Orlaith and Ciara. We were able to watch the service by webcam. Beautiful service and beautiful words from you Conn. Jeanie was as you said beautiful inside and out. She will be sorely missed. May she Rest In Peace. Sleep well Jeanie. X 09/08/2021 by Anna Blinova Dear Jean, you always will be in my memory as a very kind and loving your family and dedicated to your work person. Your knowledge and will to do good in this world was very strong. I hope that God takes you to His Kingdom, where there is no pain, no sorrow, but love and peace. I also hope that God gives strains to your family to go through this time. We have an old tradition to read Psalms for 40 days after person departure on their behalf. It really helps both ways to a reader and to a missing newlyreposed one. I do this for you Jean... Thank you Jean for your friendship. You will be always in my heart. Anna.

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