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Patrick (Paddy) Clack

Patrick (Paddy) Clack

Castle Village Green, Celbridge, Co. Kildare and formerly of Newtown Villas, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. 20th July 2021 CLACK (late of Castle Village Green, Celbridge, Co. Kildare and formerly of Newtown Villas, Blackrock, Co. Dublin) – July 20th 2021 (peacefully) in the wonderful care of Glebe House Nursing Home, Kilternan. Patrick (Paddy) (formerly of Rentokil Pest Control); dearly beloved husband of the late Kathleen, much loved father of Cynthia, Allison, Rodney, Linda and Jason. Sadly missed by his loving daughters, sons, daughter-in-law Sally, sons-in-law Mick and Tom, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, his sisters Phil and Bernie, brother Jack, extended family and friends. No flowers please. Donations if desired to the Alzheimer Society of Ireland. Donations may be made by going to May he rest in peace Reposing at Patrick O’Donovan and Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin, on Thursday (July 22nd) from 4pm to 6pm with strict Covid-19 guidelines in place. Removal on Friday (July 23rd) to St. John the Baptist Church, Blackrock (maximum 50 persons) arriving for 10am Requiem Mass. Funeral immediately afterwards to Deans Grange Cemetery. To view the Funeral Mass live go to link 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.


Comments 26/07/2021 by Damien Halpin Dear Family, I was so sorry to hear of your Dad's death. I was away in Kerry and didn't hear about it until yesterday evening. Your dad was a very special person, a gentleman in every respect, and i had the privilege of getting to know him when i joined Rentokil many years ago. His kindness and cheerful personality and fantastic sense of humour made him very popular to all those he came into contact with. Paddy was so obliging and nothing was any bother to him. If he could do you a good turn it was such a pleasure for him to do it. Maria and i loved Paddy and i know he was very fond of us too. I'm sure you are all very proud to have had such a wonderful person and Dad in your lives and i know he will live on in your cherished memories of him. The illness he suffered from to a large extent robbed him from a fuller life but i will always remember the smile, the laugh and the happiness i always felt in his company. A great sadness for me was not to be present at his funeral. I have been acting as Sacristan in Blackrock Church for funerals since Gerry Merry retired and it would have been such a privilege for me to have been able to serve at the funeral Mass. Maria and i offer you our sincere condolences for your great loss .May Paddy's gentle soul rest in peace. Damien Halpin

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