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William (Bill) Corcoran

William (Bill) Corcoran

Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin. March 22nd 2022 CORCORAN (Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin) – March 22nd 2022 (peacefully) surrounded by his family and in the wonderful care of the staff at Ashford House Nursing Home. William (Bill) (late of P&O Shipping); dearly beloved son of the late William and Doreen, much loved brother of Stephen, Sheila and the late baby Michael. Sadly missed by his loving brother, sister, brother-in-law David, sister-in-law Joan, nieces and nephews Deirdre, Michelle, Lisa, Derek, Maureen, David and Keith, great-nieces, great-nephews, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace. Reposing at Patrick O’Donovan and Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin on Thursday (March 24th) from 6pm to 7pm. Funeral Service on Friday (March 25th) in St. Michael’s Chapel of Rest within the Funeral Home at 11am. Funeral immediately afterwards at Mount Jerome Crematorium, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W arriving for 1pm Committal Service. To view the Service live go to and for the Crematorium live go to House Private. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland. Donations can be made online at For those who would have liked to attend Bill’s funeral but are unable to can leave a personal message of sympathy on the condolence section below.


Comments 24/03/2022 by Anthony Murphy A true gentleman! Fond memories spent at Sallynoggin with Bill and family. 24/03/2022 by Frank murphy Lovely man came to liverpool many years ago to visit my mum. Took me for a pint of guiness and few laughs. Introduced my son Shaun to him and he showed him a lot of his navy memoribilia. Goodbye Billy you eere a true gentleman. Frank shaun charlotte pauline and isabella 24/03/2022 by Paul Murphy I remember cousin Bill from very happy Summertime visits to Sallynoggin to stay with Auntie Doreen and Uncle Bill. Marie and I were very sad to hear about his death. We hope to be with you all in spirit at the funeral via the online streaming. We send all the family our deepest sympathy, and will remember Bill in our prayers. Paul and Marie Liverpool

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