Obituaries: Tyrone


Canavan, Sean
Sean Canavan of Ballygawley was the husband of Sarah and father of Kieran, Barry, Margaret, Agnes, Stephen, Nuala, Martina, Bronagh, Pascal, Peter, the Tyrone captain, and Joseph. Sean passed away after a short illness.
31 July 2003

Carson, Eileen
A popular and well known figure in the Greencastle community, Eileen Carson sadly passed away on January 21, 2012 following a short illness.
23 February 2012

Conway, Kevin
Tributes have been paid to the Carrickmore teenager killed in Saturday's fatal road crash near Pomeroy ahead of his funeral later this morning (Thursday). Kevin Conway (18) from Tremogue will be laid to rest in Carrickmore today after Requiem Mass in St Columcille's Church at 11am.
13 December 2012

Coyle, Conor
"Conor a lad to be proud of’ - Fr Faul
MONSIGNOR Denis Faul paid a very fitting tribute to the young Carrickmore man killed in a four car collision.

30 October 2004

Cushnahan, Mick
Mick Cushnahan, the mid field colossus from the first Tyrone senior team to win the Ulster title in 1956, died after a short illness on Monday.
07 February 2013

Daly, Pat
Pat Daly from Altnaveagh (Augher), who passed to his eternal reward recently, gave many years of superb service to Augher St Macartan's GAC.
07 July 2011

Dargan, Malachy
One of the last surviving members of the Tyrone Minor team which won two All-Ireland titles in the late 1940’s, has died aged 75.
08 November 2005

Devlin, John
The death in hospital in Belfast of Mr John Devlin on March 21, 2006, removed a popular and well-known figure from the Loughshore community.
06 April 2006

Devlin, Patrick
Described by those who knew him as a ’lovely child’, with a real love for football, Ardboe teenager Patrick Devlin became the second youngster in Tyrone to die on a GAA pitch within a matter of days.
30 September 2007

Donaghy, Eileen
The committee, players and members of An Mhaigh Tir na nOg GAC deeply regret the death of Eileen Donaghy, wife of the late Pat, beloved mother of former players and current members Patrick, Liam, Colm, Plunkett, Seanie and Paul, and grandmoher of youth playing members Aaron, Steve, Adam, Josh, Jack, Connor, Scott, Lucy and Carmel.
04 November 2008

Donaghy, Seamus
Seamus Donaghy (spelt Donaghey around his native Dromore), one of Tyrone's top forwards during the early 1970s, has died in New York. He was 60.
19 February 2010

Donnelly, Donal
Archive footage showing some of Donal Donnelly's most notable GAA triumphs vividly illustrated the career enjoyed by one of the most respected figures in Gaelic Games locally.
19 December 2013

Donnelly, Michael Bernard
A popular and well known figure in Fintona and the winder community, Michael Bernard Donnelly (Mickey), has died suddenly but peacefully at his home in Mountain View on the Aughafad Road, Lisnacrieve, Fintona.
12 December 2013

Dorman, Fehin
All our youth are precious. We think of them as our own, part of our extended family. All have their own special gifts.
31 October 2004

Duffin, Gary
The Tyrone community has been left shocked at the news that Coalisland hurler Gary Duffin died suddenly on Wednesday March 30.
08 April 2005

Hagan, Tommy
There was great sadness in the local area of the news of the passing of Thomas (Tommy) Nightingale Nursing Home in Dungannon.
21 April 2009

Harte, Peter
At times like this, the GAA family excel- Mickey Harte
26 October 2010

Hughes, Charlie
Requiem Mass was celebrated for Charlie Hughes of Drumglass Way, Dungannon, who died in Craigavon hospital.
28 April 2005

Hurl, John
Sean Hurl’s untimely death at the age of 40 occurred in the early hours of Sunday 18 April. Sean’s life was short but he had lived life to the full. He enjoyed life - In Sean’s mind life was for living and he did exactly that.
18 April 2004

Logan, Packie
Well-known and respected Dungannon journalist and sportsman PJ (Packie) Logan passed away at the age of 85.
31 August 2003

MacCann, Kevin
Kevin 'the Tailor' (the family nickname a nod to the trade of his father and his brothers Frank and Harry) Mac Cann, a well-known character in the Trillick area, died on July 27, 2013, a few hours short of his 92nd birthday.
22 August 2013

Mallon, Fr John Patrick
Fr John Patrick Mallon who lived his life as a Salesian priest passed away surrounded by his loving family in Edendork.
30 June 2004

Mallon, John
The passing of John Mallon had deprived the Edendork community of one of its most respected members.
14 January 2005

Martin, Packie
On the afternoon of Saturday October 29, Carrickmore Gaels everywhere were savouring a successful first round venture in the Ulster Senior Football Club Championship when word quickly spread through the parish that a great club stalwart had gone to his eternal reward.

29 October 2005

McCann, Brendan
If they had ever been handing out All Star awards for the supporters, Donaghmore man Brendan McCann would definitely have been a penalty kick to get one.
28 February 2009

McCusker, Conor
There has been tremendous shock and sadness across the Ballinderry region following the tragic passing of Conor McCusker ( Ballygillen Road) on April 20.
24 April 2009

McGirr, Mark
Three weeks ago the family of Mark McGirr had gathered to celebrate his 21st birthday. On Wednesday they were together one more for his funeral.
21 July 2009

McGrath, Tommy
At his funeral, one of the largest ever seen in Dungannon, left Woodlawn Drive we wondered if Tommy would have approved of what we were doing.
23 June 2006

McMahon, Frank
The passing of Frank McMahon has deprived the Edendork community of one of its most respected members.
08 July 2008

McMenamin, Bridie
Being a long time in camogie, I suppose I knew Bridie McMenamin for well over 20 years; not as a player, but as someone who stood alongside her camogs and footballers, day in and day out; alas, I never played against her in all my time.
30 September 2007

McNally, Charlie
Friends and family will gather for the funeral of popular Brackaville man, Charlie McNally.
05 May 2009

McSorley, Brendan
Brendan McSorley’s passing on the eve of St. Patricks Day was a terrible blow to his family and friends.
28 April 2005

McSorley, Brian
Tyrone are mourning the passing of Brian McSorley, a former stalwart from the first Red Hand team to make an impact on the All-Ireland senior stage in the 1950s, writes Damien Donnelly.
31 July 2004

Mimnagh, Martin
A Killyclogher man tragically killed in a cycling accident in Co. Wexford this week had been busy preparing for a special charity event in memory of his father who died just before Christmas.
21 February 2013

Morgan, Dan
In many of his 72 years, Dan Morgan constantly wore a familiar hat when the weather dictated the need to do so, But, over his many decades as a tireless servant of the sport of hurling, he wore all sorts of metaphorical hats- and all of them furthered the aims of the caman and sliothar for the benefit of his beloved Eoghan Ruadh and his county.
01 February 2011

O’Neill, Jimmy
Wednesday 3rd October will be remembered as one of the Club’s darkest days as we learned of the death of Jimmy O’Neil.
30 October 2007

O’Neill, Seamus
On December 27, the sad news broke of the passing of the late Seamus O’Neill, 39 Moor Road, Coalisland.
27 January 2005

O'Neill, Andrew
Family, friends and members of the local sporting community gathered for the funeral of tragic student Andrew O'Neil in a moving ceremony at St Patrick's Chapel Clonoe.
14 December 2010

Quinn, Mark
Mark Quinn of the Battery, Moortown, died on Thursday 21 July 2005 after a long and courageous battle against illness. He was thirty-six years old. His untimely passing has left a deep and grievous void in the lives of his family and close friends, who are still feeling the pain of bereavement.
13 July 2006

Quinn, Mark
Eoghan Ruadh was saddened to learn of the untimely death of former player Mark Quinn, Moortown.
29 July 2005

Rafferty, Pat John
Tributes have been paid to a well known and respected Donaghmore teacher, whose name became synonymous with local history.
05 May 2009

Slater, Desmond
Dean Colum Curry has described a community reeling in shock at the sudden death f very well known and highly respected Dungannon personality and former top Gaelic Football referee, Desmond Slater.
09 February 2010

Taggart, Margaret
A well-known local personality
14 October 2010

Turbitt, Damian; McAleer, Peter
St Enda's mourns passing of popular members
04 April 2013