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Lynda King - June 27th 2024




KING (Shankill and formerly of Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin) – June 27th 2024 (suddenly) at home.  Lynda; dearly beloved partner and best friend of Tony and much loved daughter of the late Eileen and Robert.  My Lynda will be very sadly missed by Tony, her stepson Mark and her beloved dog Bella, her heartbroken sisters Sandra, Deborah, Barbara and Maria, brothers Robert and David, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, aunts especially her aunt and best friend Carmel, uncles especially her uncle Billy, cousins, relatives, neighbours and a wide circle of friends. 

 

May she rest in peace.

 

Reposing at her sister Maria’s home, Sallynoggin on Monday (July 1st) from 5pm to 8pm (all welcome to attend).  Removal on Tuesday (July 2nd) to St. Michael’s Cremation Services Chapel at Patrick O’Donovan & Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin A96 PW73 arriving for 1pm Civil Funeral Service.  To view the Service live click on this link  https://churchcamlive.ie/odonovan

 

No flowers please.  Donations if desired to the D.S.P.C.A.  To make a donation click on this link https://www.dspca.ie 

 

“Tickity Boo”

 

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

 

Please Note: The links provided to live-stream the Civil Funeral Service is 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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Sharon Moore
Sharon Moore
Jun 28

The days of fun and laughter will remain with me forever Lynda and what fun we had,  No matter where I was with my life you were always there no matter what you had going on in yours, the most  selfless and  giving person I had the pleasure to know, We always thought of tomorrow , famous last word "we'll do it  tomorrow" but sadly , as in the words of your very own Idol, If 'tomorrow never comes' will she know how much I loved her and I sure hope you did Lyn,

Tomorrow never came ❤️

I'll miss you forever, xxx


Sharon


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