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Limerick No. 1 District Council Mourns Loss Of Prominent Community Members

Limerick, Ireland – The Limerick No. 1 District Council convened today for a solemn meeting, presided over by Mr John Bynn’ Knocakatane. The atmosphere was one of mourning as council members gathered to pay their respects to esteemed individuals who recently passed away.

Mr Thomas O’Farrell opened the meeting by proposing that the Board adjourn as a mark of respect for their clerk, Mr J.H. Guinane, and his esteemed brother, Mr John Guinane, J.P., S.U., following the loss of their sister, Mrs. Shiel. The proposal aimed to express condolences and support for the Guinane family during this difficult time.

In a show of solidarity, Mr Thomas Lane seconded the motion, highlighting the importance of extending condolences to the relatives of Mr Francis Harty, an old ex-member of the Board from Barrington’s Bridge, who had recently passed away. Mr Harty’s contributions to the community and his service on the Board were fondly remembered.

The resolution to adjourn the meeting as a gesture of sympathy and respect was unanimously adopted by the Council. Members recognized the importance of standing together during times of loss and providing support to those affected by bereavement.

In a poignant moment, the Council adjourned, allowing councilors and staff members to reflect on the lives and legacies of the departed individuals. The adjournment served as a poignant reminder of the preciousness of life and the need to support one another through times of grief.

The Limerick No. 1 District Council’s show of empathy and unity during this meeting underscores the strong sense of community in the region. The councilors’ collective condolences and support will undoubtedly provide solace to the bereaved families as they navigate the challenging path of grief.

As the community mourns the loss of these prominent individuals, their memories will live on, cherished by their loved ones and the wider community. The Limerick No. 1 District Council remains committed to supporting its members and their families during times of loss and hardship, further solidifying the strong bond within the district.

Limerick Echo – Tuesday 05 January 1904

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