Walter Jackson Obituary, Resident Of Mullolagher, Longford , Has Died

Walter Jackson Obituary, Death – The following is some unfortunate news that we have to share with you, and it is with a heavy heart that we do so. This person had a kind and sensitive attitude, and many people in Longford and other places adored them.

The death of Walter Jackson Mullolagher, who had homes in Longford and Ballycastle in Mayo, has taken place. He was a resident of both of those places. The mourners at The Longford Eye, including its employees and management, would want to extend their most sincere sympathies to the departed person’s loved ones and friends. We would like to use this opportunity to extend an invitation to each and every one of our readers, asking them to either leave a comment below or offer their sympathies. Those who are going through a difficult time because of their loss may find a great deal of comfort in it.

All of Walter’s loved ones, including his wife Mary, daughter Ella, son Andrew, father Walter, mother Betty, sisters Geraldine and Doris, brothers David, Brian and Cecil, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends, will mourn his passing and will always think of him with fondness. On Monday, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, the deceased’s body will be on display at Glennon’s Funeral Home, which is situated on Ballinalee Road (N39 EC81).

The funeral ceremony will be held on Tuesday at three o’clock in the afternoon at St. John’s Church on Battery Road (N39 KP59), and the burial will take place in Ballymacormack Graveyard immediately following the funeral service. A common Irish greeting is “May Their Soul Rest in Peace,” which is also written as “Ar dheis Dé go raibh an n-anamacha.” Please send flowers solely to the family and send donations, if desired, to the Longford MS Society and the Longford Hospice.

Donations can be sent to the care of Glennon Funeral Directors or to any member of the family. Please respect the need for privacy in the house. (It is imperative that you keep in mind that even if the funeral services are held in a location that is not the house of the deceased, the property and its immediate environs may be scrutinized for reasons pertaining to safety.)