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Philip Henry - 14th March 2024



Phillip Henry (Fintan’s Villas, formerly of McIntosh Park, Co. Dublin and late of PRL) passed away peacefully on March 14th 2024, surrounded by his loving family and in the wonderful care of the staff at Our Lady’s Hospice, Blackrock. He will be sadly missed by his wife Ann, sons Jack and Ian, daughter-in-law Caroline, grandsons Jamie and Daniel, his sister Susan, brothers, sisters and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and his wide circle of friends.

 

May he rest in peace.

 

No flowers only please. Donations if desired, to Our Lady’s Hospice Blackrock. To make a donation click on this link https://olh.ie

 

Reposing at Patrick O'Donovan & Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin A96 PW73 on Sunday (Mar 17th) from 2pm to 4pm (all welcome to attend). Funeral Requiem Mass on Monday (Mar 18th) at 10.45am in the Church of the Holy Family, Kill-o’-the-Grange followed thereafter with Cremation Service at 12.30pm in the Cremation Services Chapel at Patrick O’Donovan & Son Funeral Home.


To view the Mass live click on this link https://www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/holy-family-parish-1 and the Cremation Service click on this link https://churchcamlive.ie/odonovan

 

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

 

Please Note: The links provided to live-stream the Funeral Mass and the Cremation Service of Philip’s life are managed by independent streaming companies. The Funeral Directors accepts NO responsibility for its functionality or interruption to a live transmission.

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Rachel McGuinness
Rachel McGuinness
(18. 3.)

Phil, like he was to so many young footballers, was a great mentor to my daughter and her teammates on the Dublin and Dublin North MGL teams. His commitment to the girls' game is visible today in the extensive growth in participation numbers and awareness of the youth girl's and women's game. I will be forever grateful to his consideration towards my daughter when her father passed away. Since I heard the sad news of his passing, I have heard nothing but kind words and respect by people who worked with him or who had kids on his teams. What an amazing impact and legacy by one person. Condolences to his family. Rest in peace.

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carolwhelan2
(17. 3.)

Thinking of you all at this very very sad time. Phil was a lovely, kind and caring man. He will be greatly missed.

Regards Carol Whelan and family

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laura.price1
(16. 3.)

Sending all of my love from Australia to Ann and Jack and Ian during this time. I wish I was back home in Ireland to give you all a big hug. I will forever miss my Libby. Love you so much Ann, love Laura xxx

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yma.ohanlon
(16. 3.)

Heart broken for you all especially our wonderful Ann. What an amazing man was Phil. Yvonne and Des

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yma.ohanlon
(16. 3.)

Heart broken for you all especially our wonderful Ann. What an amazing man was Phil. Yvonne and Des

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