Deaths in Laois – Wednesday March 7, 2018

first_img Laois County Council team up with top chef for online demonstration on tips for reducing food waste Previous articleLaois GAA championship draws set to take placeNext articleLaois Tourism Academy proposed as tourism focal point Julie Anne MillerLaoisToday’s main photographer Julie Anne Miller is a graduate from GMIT. Despite her young age, Julie Anne has years of experience in the food industry. She has worked in Tynan’s at the Storeyard in Portlaoise, Ballymaloe House in Cork and Beach Point Country Club in New York. She has also contributed a food column to the Irish Country Living section of the Irish Farmers Journal. She’s willing to talk about anything – except football! Home Deaths Deaths in Laois – Wednesday March 7, 2018 Deaths Facebook Pinterest Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining Community Facebook Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Below are the recent deaths in Laois.Ar Dheis De go raibh a anam.Brian KellyRathmiles, Killenard, Portarlington, LaoisPeacefully at his residence. Sadly missed by his loving wife Therese, family Clare, Sharon, Sandra, Mark, Greg, Liam and Rory, sisters Elizabeth and Madeline, grandchildren, great-grandchild,extended family and friends. Rest In Peace.Requiem Mass in St John’s Church Killenard on Thursday at 12pm noon. Funeral afterwards to Newlands Cross Crematorium. Family Flowers Only Please. Donations if desired to the Irish Cancer SocietyPhilomena KennedyThe Downs, Portlaoise, LaoisDeeply regretted by her loving husband Laurence and son William.Reposing at Keegans Funeral Home, Portlaoise from 7 pm to 8 pm on Wednesday evening. Removal on Thursday moring to SS Peter and Paul’s Church, Portlaoise for 10 am Requiem Mass. Interment afterwards in Oakvale Cemetery, Stradbally.Laurence (Larry) BreslinGlenkeen, Clonaslee, LaoisLaurence (Larry) Breslin, Glenkeen, Clonaslee, Co Laois. Died peacefully at home on March 5th 2018. Deeply regretted by his brothers Bernie and Michael, sisters Mary, Rose (Sr. Finbarr – Mullingar), Margaret, Ellen and Bridie, sister-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.Reposing at his residence from 3pm on Wednesday with Recital of The Rosary at 8pm. Reposing again on Thursday from 3pm untill 8pm. Lars funeral will arrive for 11 o’clock Requiem Mass on Friday morning in St. Manmam’s Church, Clonaslee. Interment after Mass in St. Manmam’s Cemetery, Clonaslee. Family flowers only. House private Friday morning please.Linda Conroy (née Lanham)Ballyroan, Laois / Portlaoise, LaoisThe death has occured of Linda Conroy (nee Lanham), Ballyroan and formerly Marian Avenue, Portlaoise. Linda passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family in the Midlands Regional Hospital, Portlaoise. Sadly missed by her heartbroken husband Gerry, sons Keith, Garry and Scott daughters Emma-jane and Karen. Deeply regretted by her mother Maura, mother-in-law Pauline, sisters Teresa and Gillian, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends. Reposing at her daughter’s residence 17. Cross of Newtown, Ballyroan from 2pm on Tuesday 6th March rosary at 8pm. Removal on Wednesday (morning) 7th March at 9am for Requiem Mass at 10am in St. Peter & Paul’s Parish Church, Portlaoise. Burial afterwards in St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery, Portlaoise. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to The Irish Cancer Society.Margaret (Peggy) Mills (née Fox)Thornberry, Abbeyleix, LaoisPeacefully in the loving care of the Staff of St. Brigid’s Hospital, Shane. Predeceased by her husband Joe. Deeply regretted by her loving sons Seamus and Joseph, daughters Maria, Roseanne, Assumpta, Carol and Ciara, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law Patricia, grandchildren, great-grandnson Danny, brothers, sisters, extended family relatives and friends.Reposing at the Adoration Chapel adjoining the Church of The Most Holy Rosary, Abbeyleix from 5pm.on Tuesday with removal to the Church of The Most Holy Rosary, for 7.30pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 11am. Burial afterwads in St. Patrick’s Cemetery.Karen Coonan (nee Dixon)Chantiere Gate, Portlaoise, LaoisCoonan (nee Dixon), Chantiere Gate, Portlaoise. March 3rd 2018. Peacefully surrounded by her loving family. Karen, dearly loved wife to Owen and adoring mother to Matthew. Deeply regretted by her loving family, her parents Anne and Brendan and brother Alan, mother in law Philomena, sister in law Trisha, brothers in law, Brian, Barry, and Dermot, beautiful nieces and nephews Cassie, Maeanna, Theo, Laurence and Aonghus, uncles, aunts, cousins, relatives, neighbours and friends. Reposing at Keegan’s Funeral Home from 6pm on Monday evening with rosary at 8pm. Removal on Tuesday to Ss Peter and Paul’s Church for 10am requiem Mass. Interment afterwards in Ss Peter and Paul’s Cemetery, Portlaoise.Doris LalorCremorgan, Timahoe, Laois / Ballinakill, LaoisDoris passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family in Midlands Regional Hospital, Portlaoise. Predeceased by her husband Dan. Sadly missed by her heartbroken children, son Willie and daughter Trish. Deeply regretted by her mother Phil, father Patrick, brothers John, Colm, Declan and Eamonn. Sadly missed by her daughter in law Karen, grandchildren Ellie -Ann and Heidi, sisters in law, brother in law, uncle, aunts and nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends.Reposing at her residence from Sunday evening at 6.30pm with Rosary at 8 o’clock. Removal on Monday morning at 11.30 to arrive to Saint Michael’s Church, Timahoe for 12 noon Requiem Mass, followed by interment in Saint Michael’s Cemetery, Timahoe. House private Monday morning please.John (Sean) Rafter (Snr)Boherard, Clough, Ballacolla, LaoisPeacefully, at his residence, surrounded by his loving family. Sadly missed by his devoted wife Josie, children Siobhan, Michael, Paul, Noreen, Majella and John, sister Kathleen, sisters-in-law, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.Reposing at his residence from 3.00pm on Monday with Rosary at 9.00pm. Removal to St Canice’s Church, Clough on Tuesday morning for Requiem Mass at 12.00 noon. Burial immediately afterwards in Clough Cemetery. House private on Tuesday morning please. Family flowers only. donations if desired to St Vincent de Paul.William MulhallCappanaclough, Abbeyleix, LaoisSuddenly. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Doreen, daughter Deidre, sons Liam, Matt, Seamus and Declan, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and friends.Reposing at his residence on Friday with rosay at 8pm. Removal on Saturday to St. Brigid’s Church, Shanahoe, for 12 noon Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in Raheen Cemetery. House Strictly Private on Saturday morning, by request.SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois – Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Deaths in Laois – Wednesday March 7, 2018 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Rugby Twitter WhatsApp By Julie Anne Miller – 7th March 2018 Council last_img read more

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Toronto storm Canada’s second billion-dollar natural disaster of 2013

Related news In the U.S., it notes that three stretches of severe weather also impacted the U.S. in July, which caused combined economic and insured losses that are expected to reach hundreds of millions of dollars. “With the calendar turning into August, the focus in the United States begins to shift from tornadoes to hurricanes as we begin to enter the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane season,” notes Steve Jakubowski, president of Impact Forecasting. “The U.S. remains in a record stretch without a major hurricane landfall (Category 3+), though recent history with Superstorm Sandy (2012), Hurricane Irene (2011) and Hurricane Ike (2008) shows that storms with weaker intensities can still cause catastrophic damage,” he adds. “Historical averages suggest that the U.S. is overdue for a major hurricane landfall, and we’ll watch to see what the rest of the 2013 season brings.” The report also notes that China suffered three stretches of severe rainfall in July, which killed more than 225 people and caused economic losses in excess of US$1.0 billion; an earthquake there killed at least 95 people, injured 2,840 others, damaged or destroyed 80,000 homes, and caused total economic losses of US$3.25 billion; and, three tropical cyclones affected Asia causing almost US$900 million in economic damages. New Brunswick law aims to change insurance coverage in cases of domestic violence James Langton Tories, Liberals promise help with green renovations Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Weather hitting P&C insurers: Fitch Keywords Property and casualty insurance Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The rainstorm that caused extensive flooding in Toronto last month resulted in Canada’s second economic loss of more than $1 billion this year, says a new report. According to Chicago-based Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe modeling division of reinsurance broker Aon plc, the record rainfall in Toronto resulted in the second billion-dollar natural disaster of 2013. The flooding in the Calgary area earlier in the year was the first big loss event. It says that total economic losses from the Toronto storm are estimated to approach $1.5 billion, with roughly half of that cost being covered by insurance ($750 million). read more

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A quick guide to creditors’ voluntary liquidation

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Give them a show! – Menzies expects Reggae Girlz to go off in style at home against Panama

first_imgHead coach Hue Menzies is hoping the Reggae Girlz will create a big impression when they face Panama in their farewell friendly international at the National Stadium on Sunday, their last game at home before departing for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Menzies, who was speaking to the press at the National Stadium yesterday, after the team’s first training session ahead of Sunday’s matchup, also believes the Panamanians will provide a good test. “Panama is a good team, (they are) very organised and they don’t give up. They are very patient, so it’s a good test, a farewell game and we want to leave an impression,” Menzies said. Attacking football “We will play attacking style football and see how fit they (Panama) are. Our transition is important for us and we have some special players we want to showcase, so hopefully they can turn up and put on a show.” The coach also believes that it is important to continue preparing a large group of players for any possibility. “We have some good news on a couple of the player seeking clearance from FIFA, but we are still waiting on paperwork. Once that is completed and we can solidify in the next 48 (hours), we can name the 23 (players who will make the World Cup squad) and start preparing for the World Cup. We have created a pool, because a lot of these things can happen, but we feel we have a good group we can choose from,” Menzies added. “Obviously we don’t have everybody because of the FIFA window, so they (other players) will join us in Miami, but we feel we have a good pool of players and that’s what we want to create, because after the World Cup we are going to have many things going on so we have to create a pool of players. “But we want to solidify the (final squad of) 23 (players) then start working on some functional training and obviously fitness is important. We want everybody because it’s a journey and every game we feel we have to change things up and we want to make sure we maintain the same pace every game, so we have to change personnel,” said Menzies.last_img read more

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