Before the Service

The Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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6 comments on “Patrick Ryan”

  1. Thank you so much for including our Irish families, it meant so much to us to be part of today. It was such a beautiful & emotional service. As we would say in Ireland you did him proud. The photos were beautiful. There also is a saying in Ireland, may there be rain at your funeral, which was always to believed to be a good sign & there was. May the road rise to met you, may the wind be at your back, may the sun shine warm upon your face & rain fall soft upon your fields & until we meet again, my friend , may God hold you in the palm of his hands. RIP Uncle Paddy, a true legend. SLAN Teresa, Emmett, Daniel, Emma & Vikki

  2. What a truly lovely tribute to a great man and character the Funeral Mass of Uncle Paddy was. It was so wonderful to have been able to watch it live and feel such a part of the celebration of his life. Especially the mentions of Mam (his sister Pat) and all of us around the world who were there in spirit. We will always be so grateful that you were able to arrange this. Rest in Peace Paddy and to the Ryan family and friends may all the great memories and times you had together console you in your loss, he must be so very proud of you all. Chuck-a-mac-a-hi-ya Paddy Ryan until we meet again. Lots of love, Mary, Seamus, Eoin and James

  3. So lovely to watch Uncle Paddy’s funeral live from Ireland. So many wonderful memories from the video footage and photos. RIP Paddy. Sincere condolences to Martin Kathleen Michael Sean Patrick and all your respective partners and families xx Carmel Mike Holly Harry and Ailbhe In Limerick, Ireland.c

  4. My condolences about the passing of one of the greatest men I Have ever met. His straight talking and young at heart thinking was to be admired. We remember so fondly the days he brought us to gaelic park on a Sunday morning. Even if you were out the night before n sick , you were going to the park . We used to be saying (dying for drink) well I’m not ringing paddy to tell him we’re not going. In the end Wed end up going out to the park n have a great day. #whatalegend

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