Kathleen Williamson Obituary, Death – Another neighbor who had lived nearby for a very long time, Kathleen Williamson, passed away not too long ago. Many of our current neighbors most likely remember Kathleen, Michael, and their children from the time when they lived in this house with their family many years ago. At that time, they called this place home.
It was fantastic to see Michael and Kathleen again; they came down to chat to us during the most recent major Mass that we had, and they also took part in the celebrations that were going on while they were there. It was a wonderful experience. They had been here before and paid us a visit. It was well known that Kathleen always had a friendly grin and word to say to whoever was in the vicinity of her. We would like Michael and the rest of the family to know that we are thinking of them and sending our condolences during this difficult time.
FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILLIAMSON Catherine (Kathleen), age 62, formerly of Newtownallen, Maganey,
and currently of Orchard Park, The Curragh, passed away (peacefully) on January 25, 2023 while in the compassionate care of the nurses and staff at St. Brigid’s Hospice, The Curragh. Catherine (Kathleen) was a resident of Orchard Park, The Curragh, and formerly of Newtownallen, Maganey. Catherine, also known as Kathleen, was a previous citizen of the town of Newtownallen in the county of Maganey. She was surrounded by her devoted family on both sides when she passed away, and they took care of her in her final moments. Everyone who knew and loved her, including her devoted husband Michael, children Paul, David, Linda, Sabrina, and Amanda, and her daughters-in-law,
will grieve her loss deeply. Her daughters Debbie and Emily, her sons-in-law James and Morgan, her cherished grandchildren Debbie and Emily, her brother Billy, her sisters Mary and Bridie, her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, her nieces and nephews, as well as her extended family, relatives, and friends, will miss her terribly. Everyone who knew and loved her, including her devoted husband Michael, children Paul, David, Linda, Sabrina, and Amanda, and her daughters-in-law, will grieve her loss deeply. My sincere wishes and prayers are that Kathleen will soon be able to take it easy and unwind.
Prayers will be held at her home on Friday evening at seven o’clock, and the wake will start at three in the afternoon on Friday afternoon. On Saturday, the removal will get underway at 10.30 in the morning, and the objective is to arrive at St. Brigid’s Church in The Curragh in time for the 11 am Mass. On the Facebook page of our church, which can be located at https://www.facebook.com/TheCurraghChurch/, a live broadcast of the Eucharist will be available for your viewing pleasure. The funeral and burial will be held at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Carlow at the conclusion of the service.