Bell Harbour House, Bell Harbour
Peacefully, after a short illness, surrounded by his loving family, at UHG on Wednesday 9th September.
Predeceased by his two brothers, Gussie (Jimmy) and Joe (Patrick) and very recently, his nephew Jimmy, USA.
He is survived by his devoted wife Margaret, his loving children, Jimmy, Ann, Clare, Francis, Declan, Joseph and Caroline, his grandchildren, David, James, Áine, Iarlaith, Oisín, Aoibhín, Ailbhe, Doireann, Cathal, Gráinne, Éanna, Christopher Cian, Meaghan, Saileóg, Cillian, Ciara, Joey, Robin and Heidi and great grandchildren, Hanorah, Líobhan, and Seán, sons-in-Law, daughters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and a wide circle of friends.
House strictly private due to COVID-19 pandemic.
His funeral cortège will arrive at St. Patrick’s Church New Quay, on Saturday 12th September for a private family requiem mass at 12 noon.
Those who would have liked to attend, and be part of Chris’ last farewell, can view the mass on http://funeralslive.ie/chris-droney/ or are welcome to stand outside the church grounds, along the route from St Patrick’s Church to Bellharbour village, observing social distancing in accordance with Government guidelines.
The funeral cortège will proceed to his “final resting place in peaceful Corcomroe”
Condolences to the family may be left on the online page below.
Keogh-Corless Funeral Services, Kinvara, 091 638690
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