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Joseph (Joe) Hayes - April 6th 2024.

HAYES (Loughlinstown / Ballybrack and formerly of Glasthule, Co. Dublin) – April 6th 2024 suddenly but peacefully surrounded by his family. Joseph (Joe); dearly beloved husband and best friend of Mary, devoted father of Elaine, Joanne and Peter.  Sadly missed by his loving wife, children, sons-in-law Larry and Niall, daughter-in-law Angela, grandchildren Lauren, Robert, Jack, Eoghan, Zach, Ben and Finn, sister-in-law Bridie, brother-in-law Tommy, relatives, friends and neighbours. May he rest in peace.


Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to the Blackrock Hospice. Donations can be made on line at


Reposing at his home on Tuesday (April 9th) from 5pm until 7pm  (all welcome to attend).  Removal on Wednesday (April 10th) to the Church of S.S. Alphonsus & Columba, Ballybrack Village arriving for 10am Requiem Mass.  Funeral immediately afterwards to Deans Grange Cemetery.  To view the mass live click on this link


For those who are unable to attend the funeral but would like to offer their condolences, can do so on the notice section on this link or on the condolence section below. 

Please Note: The links provided to live-stream the Funeral Mass are managed by an independent streaming company. The funeral directors accepts NO responsibility for its functionality or interruption to a live transmission

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13 abr

Sending my deepest condolences to my Cousin Mary and family. Joe was a true gentleman. Joe had a contagious laugh and a wonderful sense of humor. He was an incredible historian of everything Ireland. Loved listening to all your wonderful stories. We had some good times in Ireland, Las Vegas, California and even Mexico! RIP Joe Hayes, you will forever be loved.

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09 abr

Thank you Joe for the fun loving memories you were gentlemen you always looked after me I miss you always I send my love and hugs to the family of Joe I say my prayers for us both

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08 abr

What a lovely man, I remember his contagious humour, kindness and how he always made you feel welcome, RIP Joe. Thinking of Mary & all the family at this sad time xx


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08 abr

So very sorry to hear about Joe a wonderful gentleman my late husband gerry Ellis who was blind always said that Joe always came and said hello to him when many didn't. They would have a banter about the football rest in peace Joe condolences to mary and all the family. Sandra ellis and sons conor and owen

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08 abr

The world's a bit greyer today without that beaming smile and a " Hello hen" sleep tight Joe you'll be missed

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