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10 comments on “Christopher Noel McCarthy”

  1. Beautiful service and great tribute Colette.

    Thinking of you Auntie Joan and Cousin Colette.

    Sending Love and Best wishes.



  2. Lovely service and tribute to Chris.

    Thinking of you Joan and Colette.

    With love from your sister Ann and brother-in-law John


  3. Dear Joan and Colette, my thoughts are in Melbourne with you and I wish I could be there in person.

    I only met Chris once but he had such a lovely presence and I had heard so much about him form Joan that I felt I knew him better than one meeting would normally allow.

    Joan, little did you suspect in our carefree days together in St, Louis High School, Rathmines, Dublin in the 1950s that you would meet the love of your life and be with him for nearly 53 years! And yet it must feel now that it simply was not long enough.

    The Celebration Service showed clearly how much Chris meant to so many people, defying great distance, many years and different time zones, and how deeply you and Chris felt about each other. Colette’s tribute was beautiful and he must have been so proud of the amazing young woman his little girl became.

    Fom Margaret, your best friend from long ago, and her husband, Tom, who holds you in very high esteem and joins me in sending our deepest sympathy on your immense and harrowing loss.

  4. A wonderful tribute to great man who will I always have fond memories of . R.I.P uncle Chris . Gone but not forgotten

  5. Lovely service and tribute to “Uncle” Chris. So thankful to have very special memories of the times our families spent together. Your Dad would have been very proud of you today and always Colette.

    My deepest sympathy to “Aunty” Joan and Colette
    Lots of love,
    Wayne, Lindy, Mia and Evie

  6. A wonderful presentation and celebration of Chris’s life. The shared memories will remain for ever.
    Our thoughts are with Joan and Colette.

  7. A fitting tribute and a wonderful service to a lovely man. Thinking of you Aunty Joan and Colette. Love to you xx

  8. Vale Chris. I’m visualising you – quoting your friend – on that “sunlounge in the sky with a pint of milk”. What an image. Sooo pleased the “moth” you caught was your darling Joan. What a positive role-model you were for your daughter and friends. You lived such a good life – staying off the “gargle” and the ciggies and swimming in those sub-zero Irish temperatures. Your wonderful genes are very evident in your darling Colette. It was my privilege to have met you and appreciate your superior mind, with its store of literature. Mait an fear.

    My deepest sympathy to Joan and Colette. Thinking of and hoping to see you soon, Marie Mc

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