Kieran Murphy Obituary, Kieran Murphy has sadly passed away

Kieran Murphy Obituary, Death – Kieran Murphy was the person who had lived on Lammy Drive for the greatest amount of time and was also the resident of Lammy who had been there the longest. It is with the deepest regret that we share the news that he has passed away. When the Lammy estate was initially opened for commercial activity, Kieran was one of the pioneers who created the very first Lammy youth association. He devoted a lot of his time and energy to the GAA, as well as his family and the people in his inner circle.

A gentleman who was always funny and whose stories were always amusing. He never missed an opportunity to crack a joke. Kieran Murphy, known as Lammy and Omagh, passed away on December 22nd, 2022. RIP. A revered companion of Teresa, who adores him as a partner. Brendan, Karen, Noel, Eugene, Monica, Majella, Roisin, Clodagh, and Niall are blessed to call him their dedicated and treasured father. Margaret’s brothers were Brendan, Francis, James, and Packie, and all of them except for Michael have since passed away.

Michael was Margaret’s brother. RIP. Remains will be displayed at his previous residence at 34 Lammy Drive until their departure on the 24th of December. Visitors will have the opportunity to pay their respects there. A funeral service, known as a requiem liturgy, will take place on Saturday at Sacred Heart Church at ten in the morning. Following the service, the burial will take place in St. Mary’s cemetery in Killyclogher.